Berlin Glassnight Museum & Glasbrucke


GLASBRÜCKE BERLIN – Foundation for European Glass Art,
founded in 2006, is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to the support of art, culture and international understanding.
The foundation endeavors to find new ways to encourage and show artworks made of glass in order to increase the public`s appreciation of glass art
supporting glass artists
supporting glass art exhibits
promoting photographs of glass artwork and art glass installations (Edition Glasbrücke Berlin)
cooperating with national and international museums, educational institutions, galleries and studios

glass artists 2008
Kai Kiudsoo-Värv, Estonia
Maret Sarapu, Estonia
Anna Vesele, Latvia
Viktoras Dailidenas, Lithuania
Camille Terny, France
Helge Warme, Germany

Berlin is one of the major cities in the world with cultural and creative potential; a melting pot with a long standing reputation for encouragement and acceptance of free artistic exploration. The city has always attracted and promoted talented artists from all over the world.
Glass art is still relatively unknown in Berlin and, therefore, the focus of the GLASBRÜCKE BERLIN is to increase the appreciation of glass art. The foundation seeks to bridge the gap between creator and curator by promoting glass art to its rightful place in the contemporary European art world.