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Her sculptures are distillations of basic figurative forms, both animal and human.  Reduced to their essence each is described in a language of simple geometric symbols.  What makes them extraordinary is Šrámková’s ability to give them just enough of the archetypal to make them identifiable, just enough gesture to endow them with wit, and just enough reference to make them universal.   


She has had solo exhibitions at home and abroad, including a solo exhibition entitled 'I Can't Stop' at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, the premier contemporary art centre in Prague, Czech Republic, in 2011, as well as exhibitions at the National Gallery and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Corning Museum of Glass, New York, and the Musée d'Art Moderne de Lausanne, Switzerland.

1960 Born in Liberec, former Czechoslovakia

1985 International Exhibition of Students Works (Kobe, Japan)

1988 Czechoslovak Glass Artists at Glasmuseum Coburg (Germany)

   The 13th Venice Biennale (Italy)

   Students of Stanislav LIBENSKÝ at the Finnish Glass Museum

1991 Šrámková and Mašitová at Glass gallery Hittfeld (Germany)

1992 The 2nd Australian International Art Triennale at the Art Gallery of Western Australia

1995 Solo Exhibition at Selene Gallery (Prague, Czech)

1996 Venezia Aperto Vetro at Museo Correr (Venice, Italy)

1999 SOFA Fair (NY and Chicago, USA)

   Contemporary Czech Glass Sculpture at Castle Zdar n. Sazavou (Czech)

2003 Solo Exhibition at Jenštejn Gallery (Prague, Czech)

2005 Captured Light and Space―Czech Contemporary Glass Exhibition (Toyama, Japan)

2008 Glass Animals in Ise at Shoha Museum of Sarutahiko Shrine (Ise, Japan)

   IVANA holds many exhibitions all over the world.



1988 Selected for Young Forms―International Crafts Trade Fair (Munich, Germany)

1991 Prague Glass Prize emerging artist award, Manes Gallery (Prague, Czech)



At gallery feel art zero

2011 vana Šrámková Exhibition

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