Glass Studio FAD JEPU in Ústí nad Labem – Distinctive Surface

Come and discover the rising generation of the Glass Studio of the Faculty of Art and Design JEPU. Authors – Kateřina Kobrlová, Perizat Gabdulakhmet and Sholpan Asherbek – graduated from the SUPŠ in Kamenický Šenov and now they deepen their technological and art experiences in the Glass Studio in Ústí nad Labem led by Ilja Bílek. However, they have a common interest in flat glass which each one of them handle their own distinctive way – water jet cutting, endless possibilities of glass layering, it´s transparency, brittleness and roughness, combinations of cleanliness and hardness of glass with a structure of other materials or it´s interaction with various chemicals. Visit us and see the exhibiton in the Galerie Kuzebauch till 31 August 2017.

matériO Fresh for the second time

On May 24, we organized yet another roundtable of glassmakers, graphic designers, stage designers, manufacturers of materials, and other designers of all sorts. Participants received and exchanged information on innovative materials, their unique properties and scents, led heated debates, and inspired one another. Would you like to be a part of the next event? Sign up for the upcoming matériO Fresh, which will take place on September 13, 2017!

The second printed issue of Material Times is out!

In May, we presented the second printed issue of the Material Times magazine. This time, its theme is: What are we creating here? We hope that you will enjoy the interview with Carole Collet, a visionary artist, who is developing speculative plants. Other texts draw your attention to the mass laboratory production of flowers, difficulties concerning labelling of organic or environmentally friendly products, or original root carpets made in the Netherlands. Don´t miss the interview with David Vávra, the report from a forest Peruvian city, the homage to František Skála, or the essay on collectibles and collecting.

Klára Horáčková – Evoluce: 17.5. – 7.7. 2017

We cordially invite you to “Evolution”, Klára Horáčková´s exhibition in which the artist present her objects made of ingeniously combined and layered glass sticks, some of which are shaped over the glass burner, remaining us of the wrinkled surface of igneous basaltic rocks which are home to the North Bohemia. And since the author is a graduate of the glass college in Kamenický Šenov, a North Bohemian town, her works are a real return to the roots. It´s very well possible that the imprint of the majestic Panská skála at the vicinity of Kamenický Šenov, the gate to hell to some and to paradise in the eyes of others, is symbolically present in all her masterpieces. Her works are intuitive memories of the future, because in human life, nature is eternal.

Galerie Kuzebauch at Révélations exhibition in Paris

At the beginning of May, we attended Révélations, an arts and crafts fair in Paris, where we exhibited objects of Ondřej Strnadel, a glass artist, as part of an installation called VIVRE VERRE. The exhibition marked a great success and visitors very much enjoyed the objects. This exhibition is a part of our vision to present the contemporary Czech art glass to the world. The project was co-funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.


Since autumn, David has brought a number of items to the Kuzebauch Gallery that he wishes to exhibit. When we asked him who is responsible for the selection of exhibits, he said: “There is nobody there to choose what to exhibit, because that minimalist aesthetic feeling of yours will get its fair share of trouble… I want the Gallery look like a godforsaken Vietnamese shop, that´s the deal.”