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Trop Plein/To Much

Trop Plein/To Much

‘Trop Plein/To Much’ explores the many facets of the overconsumption society by exploring a number of themes: the relationship with money, which conditions all excesses; food waste, as well as programmed aging, which generates tons of waste each year and...
New acquisitions 2023

New acquisitions 2023

Over the past year, too, we have searched high and low in the German and international glass scene for exciting glass art to enrich the Ernsting Foundation’s collection. Our trips to exhibitions, fairs, galleries and artists’ studios were a great success,...
For the Flame. Glass instrument maker Edwin Dieperink

For the Flame. Glass instrument maker Edwin Dieperink

The exhibition “For the Flame” at the National Glass Museum is a tribute to the craftsmanship of glass instrument maker Edwin Dieperink. The craftsmen behind the works of artists and designers often receive little attention. Whereas without their technical...
Corning Museum of Glass

Corning Museum of Glass

The Contemporary Art + Design wing connects three generations of glass architecture that span 60 years. The 10-acre museum campus currently houses a collection of buildings designed by Harrison & Abramovitz (1951), Gunnar Birkerts (1980), Smith-Miller + Hawkinson...