Bornholm Art Museum and Grønbechs Gård will showcase the current tendencies and the best of European glass.
The exhibitions are curated with personal invitations, as well as an open call, where individual artists, artists associations, individual curators, artists, designers and crafts makers working with glass can apply for participation. Artwork can be made in any technique and form of artistic expression. The materials used in the artwork must be predominantly glass. Objects must be unique and not part of serial or industrial production. Artwork must be available throughout the full exhibition period. Artwork must be contemporary and made in 2016 or later, work produced before this time will not be accepted. The exhibitions are documented with an exhibition catalogue. This publication also serves as a European statement and reference book for contemporary glass in Europe. Approx. 60 artists will be represented with major significant works. A curatorial group of 7 glass professionals from selected regions in Europe will make the final selection of artists representing all 31 invited European countries.
Who can participate in the EGC2021 exhibitions?
All 27 members of the European Union as well as Iceland, Norway and Switzerland
and UK are invited to participate in the EGC2021 exhibitions. Artists must
be of the nationality or be a resident in the country they represent.