Jan Exnar

Jan Exnar

Glass

Group exhibitions
 


1977 Prague, CZ, Galerie V. Spaly, Art Glass
Roma, l, Cristallo ïArte Cecoslovacco
1978 Chicago, USA, Beauty and Function
Prague, CZ, Manes, Uzite umení mladych
Prague, CZ, Artists to Childrens
1979 Moscow, Riga, Vilnius (USSR), Berlin (DDR), Applied Arts of Young Czech Artists
1980 Moscow, USSR, Czechoslovak glass and bijouterie
Pardubice, CZ, Artists from East Bohemia
Luzern, Zürich, CH, Zentralschweizer Glaspreis
Brno, CZ, VI. Trienale of cut glass
1981 München, D, Exempla-Jugend gestaltet
Hradec Kralove, CZ, Gallery of Fine Arts: Artists from East Bohemia
Corning, NY, USA, The Corning Museum of Glass, "Czechoslovakian Glass 1350 - 1980"
Prague, CZ, Horses
1982 München, D, Tschechoslowakische Glaskunst
Erfurt, D, 3 Quadriennale für Kunst und Gewerbe
Pardubice, CZ, Young Artists
Hradec Kralove, CZ, Artists from East Bohemia
Mala Skala, CZ, Gllass sculpture
Novy Bor, Prague, CZ, IGS, International Glass Symposium
1983 Brno, CZ, Dum umeni mesta Brna, Glass sculpture
Hradec Kralove, CZ, Gallery of Fine Arts, Fine Arts in Architecture
Novy Bor, CZ, IGS, International Glass Symposium
Nürnberg, D, Galerie Groll
Nottingham, UK, Nottinghamshire County Council
Frankfurt a. M., D, Sett-Galerie E. Gottschalk
Berlin, D, Galerie KA-DE-WE, Kunst in Glas aus der Tschechoslowakei
Havana, Cuba, Prague, CZ, Czechoslovak Glass Arts
London, UK, The Glasshouse, Czech Glass in London
1984 Sofia, BUL, Dny Prahy v Sofii
Milano, l, Czechoslovak Glass
München, D, Internationale Handwerksmesse, Jugend Gestaltet
Kopenhagen, DK, Galerie den Permanente, Moderne Skulptur I Glas fra Tjekkoslovakiet
Telc, CZ, Meeting
Prague, CZ, Valdstein palace, Czechoslovak Glass 84
Chrudim, CZ, Vytvarne mladi
Bratislava, CZ, Sklo a keramika v bytovém interieru
Mala Skala, CZ, 11/Vitraille 1984/85
1985 Coburg, D, Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg, 2. Coburger Glaspreis
Boca Raton, FL, USA, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Contemporary Czechoslovakian Glass Art
Havlickuv Brod, CZ, Glass - ceramics
1986 London, Swansea, Bilingham, UK, Contemporary Czechoslovak Glass in Architecture
Warszava, PL, Minsk, USSR, Czechoslovak Applied Glass and Design
Madrid, S, Week of Prague in Madrid
Erfurt, D, 4. Quadriennale für Kunst und Gewerbe
Wien, A, Tschechoslowakische Glas
Essen, D, St. Libensky and his students
Prague, Zdar nad Sazavou, CZ, Skrdlovice Glass
Vsemina, CZ, Space lIl.
Chrudim, CZ, Young Artists of East Bohemia
1987 Brno, CZ, House of Arts, Glass sculpture
Barcelona, S, Parc de la Cuitadella, Vidre d'Art - 25 Artistes Txecoslovacs
Capua, l, Sale delle Modri Museo Provinciale Campano Capua, Sculture in vetro e ceramica
1988 Riihimäki, F, The Finnish Glass Museum, Czechoslovak glass " students of S. Libensky
Frankfurt a. M. , D, Europäisches Kunsthandwerk 88
Zdar nad Sazavou, CZ, Regional museum, Glass artists of Vysocina 88
1989 Romont, CH, Musée Suisse du Vitrail
Chartres, F, Centre International du Vitrail
Paris, F, Musee des arts Decoratifs, Verre de Boheme
1990 Kanazawa, J, The International Exhibition of Glass
1991 Prague, CZ, Manes, Glass prize of Prague
1992 Brno, CZ, House of Arts, Souvztaznosti
Prague, CZ, Manes, Festival of Czech and Japan Glass
Tokyo, Azabu, J, Museum of Applied Arts, "Czech and Japan Glass Artists"
Hiroshima, J, "Village of Glass"
1993 Nagano, J, Museum Kuruizawa, "Bohemia Glass"
1994 Jablonec n. Nisou, CZ, Museum of Glass and bijouterie, Painted Glass
1995 Jablonec n. Nisou, CZ, Museum of Glass and bijouterie, Czech molten glass sculpture 95
1996 Jablonec n. Nisou, CZ, Museum of Glass and bijouterie
1998 Pardubice, CZ, East Bohemia Gallery, group Rubikon
1999 Karlovy Vary, CZ, Gallery of Arts, group Rubikon
Zdar n. Sazavou, CZ, Konvent, "Contemporary Glass Sculpture"
Salzburg, A, Galerie Prager Kabinett, "Rubikon Gruppe"
2000 Bejing, Shenzen, PR China, "Exhibition Czech Glass"
Takayamo, J, Hida Takayama Museum, "Light Transfigured - Contemporary Czech Glass Sculpture"
Salzburg, A, Galerie Prager Kabinett, "Rubikon Gruppe"
Chicago, USA, Sofa 2000
Novy Bor, CZ, IGS 2000 - Crystalex
2001 Taipei, Taiwan, Nationol Museum of History, "Masters of Czech Crystalware"