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Hanna Hansdotter

(Sweden, Born 1984)
25 000 - 30 000 SEK
2 280 - 2 730 EUR
2 390 - 2 870 USD
Hammer price
36 000 SEK
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Hanna Hansdotter
(Sweden, Born 1984)

a "Dripping print" glass sculpture, The Glass Factory, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden 2018.

Mould blown and silvered glass, coloured soft pink metallic, signed Hanna Hansdotter 2018, height 44,5 cm.

This is the original in an edition of 1+2 AP (Artist's proof). Glassblower Björn Friborg + Mikael Jacobsson.

Minor shallow wear.


Hanna Hansdotter has emerged as one of our time's most interesting glass artists, using glass as her artistic expression. She works with her studio in Kosta and Boda and has participated in various exhibitions, including Richard Heller Gallery (LA), Galleri Hantverket, and The Glassery in Stockholm. Her final exhibition "Avtryck" at Konstfack in 2017 marked the beginning of a new expressive form language. Her ambition to create ornamental and tactile patterns in glass took root here, and since then she has created a series called "Fading Prints" with sculptural glass objects that have made a significant impact. "Fading Prints" is a series of glass sculptures that move between the ornamental and the abstract, where the technique is a reinterpretation of blown glass, with the objects swelling out between individually shaped iron grids. She was named the Rising Star of the Year at the Elle Decoration Design Award 2018. Hanna Hansdotter is represented in the collections of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm.

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