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GABRIELE HAIN

1955 Born in Aigen, Upper Austria, lives in Haslach, Upper Austria

1975–1980 University of Arts and Industrial Design Linz

1981–1985 artist-in-residence at Bing & Grøndahl, Copenhagen

1985 own studio in Austria

1991 studio and showroom with Alois Hain in Haslach

2001 4th International KAHLA kreativ Workshop, Kahla, Germany

2003 artist-in-residence in Seto, Japan

2006 artist-in-residence in Tajimi, Japan

GROUP AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Selection):

1996

„Keramik aus Europas Mitte“, Collection Thiemann, Schloss Reinbek, Hamburg

1997

Looshaus, Vienna (SE)

Kunstindustrimuseet Copenhagen (SE)

Keramik des 20. Jahrhunderts, Collection Welle, Paderborn

1999

Galerie Freihausgasse, Villach (SE)

2000

Galerie Slavik, Vienna (SE)

2001

Keramik aus Österreich, Galerie Handwerk, Munich

Kahla kreativ 2001, Museum of Applied Arts, Gera

2001-2004

Grassi Fair, Leipzig

2002

„KAHLA kreativ 2001“, Deutsches Porzellanmuseum, Hohenberg an der Eger

2003

„The Legacy of Modern Ceramic Art”, Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu

2004

„Faszination Porzellan“, Galerie Handwerk, Munich

„Artist-in-Residence-in-Seto”, Gallery 1 One, Tokyo

„Coloured Porcelain”, St. Joseph’s Gallery, Leeuwarden, Netherlands

2005

„Artist-in-Residence-in-Seto”, Seto City Art Museum

2006

Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu (SE)

Contemporary Ceramics from Austria, MAK, Vienna

“l’autriche en vue”, Carlin Gallery, Paris

2007

Transparenz und Masse, Museum Eckernförde

Ab Ovo: alle origine della manualita, AbOvo Gallery, Todi

Mathematical ceramics, St. Joseph Gallery, Leeuwarden

CONFERENCES AND LECTURES:

2003

Seto City Cultural Center

Kunsthochschule Burg Giebichenstein, Halle

2005

International Ceramic and Glass Art Festival Seto, Japan

2006

Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu

AWARDS (Selection):

1997

3rd prize, Kiwanis Small Sculpture Competition

1998

2nd prize, Salzburg Ceramics Award

2002

Grassi Award

2005

Special Judges Award and Honorable Mention for Design, 7th International

Ceramics Competition Mino, Japan

City of Rohrbach Cultural Award

Upper Austria Margret Bilger Scholarship

WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS (Selection):

MAK, Vienna; Royal Copenhagen, Copenhagen; Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg; Collection Thiemann, Hamburg; Keramion, Frechen; Gifu Prefectural Ceramic Museum, Tajimi-City; Villach City; Landesgalerie Oberösterreich, Linz; Collection Welle, Paderborn; Kunstindustrimuseet Copenhagen; Collction Bambus & Fächer, Werl; Museum of Modern Ceramic Art Gifu, Mino; MAK, Gera; Lentos, Linz; Grassimuseum, Leipzig; Seto City Art Museum.

BIBLIOGRAPHY (BOOKS AND ARTICLES, Selection):

1993

Keramik-Preise

Keramik – Neue Positionen, NÖ-Art, Wien

1993/98

Land Salzburg, Salzburg

1996

Keramik aus Europas Mitte, Sammlung Thiemann, Hamburg

Keramik des 20. Jahrhunderts, Sammlung Welle/Ekkart Klinge, Köln

1997

Gabriele Hain, Haslach

Selected Works from Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu, Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu,

2002

Tajimi City

2003

The Legacy of Modern Ceramic Art, Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu, Tajimi City

500 Bowls, Lark Books, Asheville

2004

Porcelain and Bone China, Sasha Wardell, The Crowood Press, Ramsbury

The 7th International Ceramics Competition Mino 2005, Ceramics Park Mino, Tajimi City, Japan

2006

Handle with Care – Contemporary Ceramics from Austria, MAK, Vienna

2007

Slipcasting, 2nd edition, Sasha Wardell, A & C Black, London

Ines Kohl, Am Übergang zum Nichts, KeramikMagazinEuropa, Frechen

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