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Peter Mandl
Skulptör, glaskonstnär, designer
Skulptör, glaskonstnär, designer, född 1947 i Prag, i det dåvarande Tjeckoslovakien, bosatt i Påarp utanför Halmstad, där han har sin ateljé.

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Peter Mandl
1947 Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
1962 - 66 Studied at the College of Glass Art in Zelezny Brod, Czechoslovakia
1966 - 67 Worked as a glass grinder in Prague
1967 - 68 Worked at the Glassworks in Zelezny Brod
1968 Admitted to the College of Art, Prague
1968 Came to Sweden as a political refugee
1969 - 72 Studied at Konstfackskolan, Stockholm
1970 Resident at Glasskolan in Orrefors
1972 Trial employment at the Kosta Glassworks, member of Kro
1974 - 76 Freelance designer for West German glassworks, Beyer & Co
1975 Son Paul born
1976 Daughter Ingela born, Granted Swedish citizenship
1977 Married Gunilla Kempe
1977 - 80 Freelance designer for Orrefors Glassworks
1981 Member of sculptors' association
1986 Moved to Halmstad
1987 Member of Halmstad Artists' Association
1993 Moved to Påarp on the outskirts of Halmstad where he built his working studio by the sea.

* At the end of the 70's Peter worked exclusively with bronze but returned to glass at the beginning of the 90's. Today he works both with glass and bronze.

* Apart from Sweden Peter's work has also been sold to private art collectors in Norway, Denmark, Czech Republik, Israel, and the USA.

Studerade 1962-1966 på College of Glass Art på Zelezny Brod, Czechoslovakia. 1966-1967.
Åren 1969-1972 studerade på Konstfack i Stockholm.

Om utställningen
"Having now met Peter Mandl on many occasions, my earlier mental image of this sculptor as an elderly, professorial character seems a little comic. Impressions of continuous change and renewal are more typical when meeting him, hut at the same time it is rare in contemporary art to meet such consistent, well thought out structure, a collaboration between strong movement and secure stability." - Pavel Vavruch Curalor of art.

Peter Mandl, SvK
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