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(English) Interview Glassy Magazine Vol.5 | Shanghai Museum of Glass

November 04, 2018

The glass as a material has always been a great fascination for me. In the beginning, I focused on the material experiment. (...)

Meet the Architect Thomas Phifer

November 30, 2013

When architect Tom Phifer was asked to propose a design for the new North Wing, he turned to the Museum´s glass collection for inspiration. (...)

Die Wahrheit ins Werk setzen

February 25, 2016

Die Künstlerin Josepha Gasch-Muche (GM) im Gespräch mit dem Direktor (D) des Glass Museum Shanghai. D: Schaue ich auf Ihre Werke, so bewundere ich Ihre einzigartige Handschrift. Woher beziehen Sie als Künstlerin Ihre Inspiration? GM: Vieles in meinem Leben hat mich inspiriert und inspiriert mich weiterhin. Das können Menschen und Dinge sein, aber auch Literatur, […]

Kopie von -(English) Interview Glassy Magazine Vol.1 | Shanghai Museum of Glass

October 07, 2015

“I also learned from Kleint that material does not show its true face until it has been destroyed. That means that as an artist, one has

to reach into its depths in order to get to the bottom of it and then piece it together again.”

OPENING: Close-up, works by Josepha Gasch-Muche reveal their strong emotional qualities

March 03, 2015

by Justyna Turek On view at Galerie B in Baden-Baden, Germany, through June 13, 2015 is a solo exhibition of the remarkable glass assemblages of Josepha Gasch-Muche. Titled “Cube,” the gallery show features two new works in addition to several pieces made between 2010 and 2014. Using overlaid thin glass elements, Gasch-Muche invites us into […]

The Trapper

February 04, 2015

Josepha Gasch-Muche has been working with glass since 1998. It was a late discovery, for many years she drew and etched, then she found her way to structural pictures in which she used leftover wire, iron filings, and graphite poder. Such opennes to experimentation with media may be due to her teacher Boris Kleint, in […]

Josepha Gasch-Muche

February 04, 2005

Her objects are created in that she layers transparent glass splinters, in endless variety of shapes, on canvas or hard backgrounds and fixes them almost invisibly. In that way the direction and thickness of the layers decides the structure and composition of the objects. At first glance an area like that appears uniform and static […]

Energetische Kraftfelder: Zu den Arbeiten von Josepha Gasch-Muche

September 23, 2004

Josepha Gasch-Muche malt mit Glas. Das ist nicht nur eine Metapher. Die Anordnung ihrer plastischen Gebilde auf quadratischen Bildträgern, auf dem strahlenden Weiß eines Holzgrundes beispielsweise, oder die Hängung der Werke an der Wand bilden ganz konkret Strategien ab, wie wir sie aus der Malerei kennnen. So sind ihre Werke, die natürlich immer auch plastische […]

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