Designed at a time before Gunhild Aaberg got int. renowned for her art pieces - this vase is now produced in very small amounts in Copenhagen. Hand-thrown and fired in a reduced atmosphere. Every vase is numbered and signed with a G. First batch can now be purchased in Gunhild Aaberg’s gallery in Lille Strandstræde 14 in Copenhagen. Call: +45 33119946
Gunhild Aaberg's pieces can been seen in her gallery in Copenhagen. Please contact us for more information.
Gunhild Aaberg is a Danish internationally renowned artist & ceramist. She graduated in 1964 from Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts. The same year Gunhild Aaberg - together with Jane Reumert and Beate Andersen - established their own gallery and studio – Strandstræde Keramik - in the heart of Copenhagen. She has now taken over both the gallery and the studio. In the 70'es she worked as freelance designer for the Royal Porcelain Factory and as a designer for Dansk Designs Ltd. Numerous of times she has been affiliated censor at the Copenhagen School of Decorative Art and Kolding School of Design as well as guest teacher at the Danish Design School and at the Jutland Art Academy. Gunhild is member of Keramiske Veje and L’Académie Internationale de la Céramique. In 1999 Gunhild Aaberg was awarded the prestigious life long Honorary grant by the the Danish Arts Foundation.
World Ceramic Center, Icheon, Korea • National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden • The Royal House of Norway • Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania, USA • Staatliche Gallery Moritzburg, Halle, Germany • National Art Gallery, Tirana, Albania • Ny Carlsberg Fondet, København, Denmark • Accademia di Danimarca, Roma, Italy • Statens Kunstfond, København, Denmark • Designmuseum Danmark, København, Denmark • Röhska Konstslöjdmuseum, Göteborg, Sweden • Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim, Norway • Hässelby Slott, Stockholm, Sweeden • Sammlung Dr. Hans Thiemann, Hamburg, Germany • Kunstmuseet Trapholt, Kolding, Denmark • Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Germany • Grimmerhus Keramikmuseum, Middelfart, Denmark • Ellen og Knud Dahlhof Larsens Fond, Denmark • Ministry of Culture, København, Denmark • The Danish Cultural Institut, København, Denmark • Hälsingborg Stadsmuseum, Hälsingborg, Sweden
Ann Linnemann Studie Galleri, København, Denmark, 2013 • Skagen Odde Naturcenter, Skagen, Denmark, 2012 • Flamenska Galleriet, Borås, Sweden, 2009 • Höganäs Museum, Höganäs, Sweden, 2006 • Galleri Nørby, København, Denmark, 1999, 2005 • Carlin Galerie, Paris, France, 2004 • Galleri Pagter, Kolding, Denmark, 2000 • International Contemporary Ceramic Exhibition, Tirana, Albania, 2002 • Earth and Fire, Halle, Germany, 2001 • Nordisk Keramik Trienal, Stockholm, Sweden, 2000 • Seramik Sergile, Izmir, Turkey, 2000 • Det Danske Kulturinstitut, Athen, Greece, 1998 • Galleri Björnen, Stockholm, Sweden, 1998 • Galerie Handwerk, München, Germany, 1998 • Det Danske Kulturinstitut, East Wood, England, 1996 • Galerie Loes + Reiner, Denver, The Netherlands, 1993 • Rosenthal, Hamburg & Roma, Germany & Italy, 1984 • Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim, Norway, 1981 • Kunstindustrimuseet, København, Denmark, 1977
Upcomming: Keramiske Veje, CLAY - Museum of Ceramic Art, Denmark, 2018 • "Ceramics in Architecture and Public Space", Design Museum of Barcelona, 2016 • "Keramiske Veje", Sophienholm, Denmark, 2015 • "Keramiske Veje", Bredgade Kunsthandel, København, Denmark, 2014 & 2013 • Puls Ceramics, Bruxelles, Belgium, 2010 • "Keramiske Veje", Sophienholm & KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad, Denmark, 2009-2010 • Lacoste Gallery, Concord, USA, 2008 • Sofa Art Fair, New York & Chicago, USA, 2008 • "From the Kilns of Denmark", Paris, France & Berlin, Germany, 2004 • Carlin Galerie, Paris, France, 2003 • "From the Kilns of Denmark", Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New York - Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg - Mingei International Museum, San Diego - Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento - Racine Art Museum, Racine, USA, 2002-2003 • "Keramik aus Dänemark", Galerie Handwerk, München, Germany, 1999 • Det Danske Institut, Athen, Greece, 1998 • "Images of Denmark", Accra, Ghana, 1997 • "From the Golden Age to the present Day", Edinburgh, Scotland, 1995 • Gallery Besson, London, England, 1995 • "Tender is the North", Barbican Centre, London, England, 1992 • "Céramique Danoise", Ministry of Foreign Affairs Travelling Exhibition, France, 1983 • "Scandinavia Today", Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, USA, 1982 • Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania, USA, 1981 • National Gallery of Denmark, København, Denmark, 1981 • Museum Flehite, Amersfoort, the Netherlands, 1980 • Galerie am Graben, Wien, Austria, 1977 • Helsingborg Stadsmuseum, Helsingborg, Sweden, 1975 • Exempla, München, Germany, 1974
The Danish Arts Foundation’s lifelong Honorary grant • The Danish Arts Foundation’s 3-year working grant • Chr. Grauballe's Award • The Danish State Art Foundation • The Danish National Bank Anniversary Foundation • The Jork Foundation • Ole Haslund's Artist Award • C.L. David Foundation
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