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Laureates

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE LAUREATES

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    Matoi – Matoi 2 (2014), Simsa Cho (JP NL), photo Kristof Vrancken

    Matoi – Matoi 2 (2014), Simsa Cho (JP NL), photo Kristof Vrancken

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    Svínafellsjökull in the GlazenHuis (2015), Karen Vermeren (BE), photo Karen Vermeren

    Svínafellsjökull in the GlazenHuis (2015), Karen Vermeren (BE), photo Karen Vermeren

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    Matoi (2014), Simsa Cho (JP NL), photo Ron Zijlstra

    Matoi (2014), Simsa Cho (JP NL), photo Ron Zijlstra

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    Untitled (Inflatable) n°59k (2013), Matthew C. Szösz (US), photo Matthew C. Szösz

    Untitled (Inflatable) n°59k (2013), Matthew C. Szösz (US), photo Matthew C. Szösz

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    Untitled (Inflatable) n°59k (2013), Matthew C. Szösz (US), photo Kristof Vrancken

    Untitled (Inflatable) n°59k (2013), Matthew C. Szösz (US), photo Kristof Vrancken

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    Stalingrad (2015), Jens Gussek (DE), photo Kristof Vrancken

    Stalingrad (2015), Jens Gussek (DE), photo Kristof Vrancken

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    Svínafellsjökull in the GlazenHuis (2015), Karen Vermeren (BE), photo Kristof Vrancken

    Svínafellsjökull in the GlazenHuis (2015), Karen Vermeren (BE), photo Kristof Vrancken

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    Transparency (2013), Rui Sasaki (JP), photo Rui Sasaki

    Transparency (2013), Rui Sasaki (JP), photo Rui Sasaki


Laureates IGP2015 - HET PROCES (click images to enlarge)

PRESENTATION OF THE PRIZES

Saturday evening 25 April the Flemish Minister of Culture Sven Gatz announced the prize winners of the second edition of the International Glass Prize at the glass museum GlazenHuis. Six jury members selected 61 works from 756 submissions from 45 countries for the exhibition, containing design objects, sculptures, paintings, photographs, video art and in situ installations. Five laureates received a money prize or a residency.

 

 

 

LAUREATES OF THE MONEY PRIZES

KAREN VERMEREN (België)

Svínafellsjökull in the GlazenHuis
EUR 6000

De IGP-jury bekroont Karen Vermeren voor haar panoramische glasschildering waarbij ze het expliciete gebouw als glazen drager gebruikt. Als hedendaags schilder gaat Vermeren op voortreffelijke wijze de uitdaging aan om een extra dimensie toe te voegen aan de gegeven ruimte. Ze benadrukt de architecturale structuren en speelt met de illusionistische elementen ervan. Schilderkunst of glaskunst? Zonder twijfel speelt glas en de interactie met haar omgeving een uiterst belangrijke rol. Vermeren's procesmatige interventie overstijgt hier dan ook enige afbakening.

SIMSA CHO (Japan/Holland)

Matoi - Matoi 2
EUR 3000

The jury awards a prize to Simsa Cho with a special appreciation for the works 'Matoi' and 'Matoi 2'. As a glass artist Cho succeeds in developing a continuous evolution in his works that not only produce a technical sharpness and a unique, formal dynamics but also a substantive tension.
Simsa Cho has a reflective personality and with a refreshing outlook he transforms his perception of spirituality and tradition into a powerful and colourful imagery.

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LAUREATES OF THE RESIDENCIES

JENS GUSSEK (Germany)

Stalingrad
EUR 3000

"Surprising and confronting" was the jury's opinion on the prize-winning work 'Stalingrad' by Jens Gussek. Direct and multi-layered, with a rather subtle reference to the process, and an inconspicuous use of glass.
Gussek chooses to concentrate all power in the message and in generating successive questions. Stalingrad burns your retina and will then stick in your mind.

RUI SASAKI (Japan) en

Period 1

From Sunday 25 April till 3 May the Japanese artist Rui Sasaki, laureate of the first residency period, will be at work at the glass studio of the GlazenHuis.
http://rui-sasaki.com/home.html

Self-Container Rui Sasaki R. Sasaki
Self-Container, residency work @ GlazenHuis

MATTHEW C. SZÖSZ (US)

Period 2

The second residency winner, the American artist Matthew C. Szösz will come to Lommel this summer from 21 till 26 July.

http://matthewszosz.com/

Amperes Law Matthew C Szosz
Ampère's Law

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