• 12. October 2015

    International Glass Symposium Novy Bor 2015

    Tanja Pak was participating in IGS 2015 in Novy Bor, from 1. - 4. October 2015, working inPreciosa Lighting, resulting in installation Breathing, including giant glass cocoons, sound by Milko Lazar in programmed lighting effects, on view in Novy Bor Glass Museum.

    IGS 2015, díl 1.: Mistři skláři, vizionáři, bohémové a géniové

    Slovinská designérka roku přijela do Šenova. Připravuje se na IGS

    Tanja Pak at work with Preciosa Lighting team in Kamenicky Šenov: 1 (.jpg), 2 (.jpg), 3 (.jpg), 4 (.jpg), 5 (.jpg)

  • 31. October 2014

    Creative Glass Art Center of America

    Tanja Pak was a fellow at the CGCA in Oct./Nov. 2014.

  • 25. March 2014

    Corning Museum Of Glass Studio, Ny.

    Tanja Pak March - artist in residence.

    Public lecture March 27th. More...

    Photo: 1 (.jpg), 2 (.jpg), 3 (.jpg), 4 (.jpg)

  • 21. January 2014

    The glass creation Whiteness was ranked by the New Glass Review among the 100 best works in the world in 2013

    The glass creation entitled Whiteness designed by Tanja Pak was ranked by the New Glass Review among the 100 best works in the field of design and art in glass in the world. This is already the third time that Tanja Pak’s work has been included in this selection (Black with a Rim 2007 and Dreaming Away 2012). More ... (.pdf)

    Whiteness, 2013: 1 (.jpg), 2 (.jpg), 3 (.jpg)

  • 26. April 2013

    Exhibition Chroma-Culture, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, USA, 1 May–29 June 2013.

    In conjunction with BECon 2013, Bullseye gallery presents Chroma-Culture a group exhibition that explores the use of color in contemporary kiln-glass. Tanja Pak presents her poetical approach to merge design and installation glass in Color: White.

    Lecture at BeCon 2013 Conference

  • 23. April 2013

    Exhibition: "Inspired by Nature"

    "Inspired by Nature", at Hempel Museum in Denmark, curated by Susanne Joker Johnson, is their first international and contemporary glass art show in large format. Hempel Glasmuseum, Nykøbing Sjælland, Denmark, 25 April–31 October 2013.

    The Moment After - Alina: 1 (.jpg), 2 (.jpg)