Vladimir Bohm

 

Vladimir Böhm uses precious metals including gold and silver, to which he applies glass enamel in iridescent colours. The enamel transforms the unusual vessels into individual and unique objects. He has won a number of prizes from Guilds, professional organizations and the media. His work has been exhibited at Sotheby’s, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the Crafts Council, Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo, as well as in Germany, South Korea, Spain, France, Finland and the United States. It is in the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 401 Collection and Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Lives and works in London.

Education 
2001 MA Silversmithing Jewellery and Allied Crafts, Metropolitan Univ.
1998 BA Hons English and German, Metropolitan University
1998 HND Jewellery and Silversmithing, Metropolitan University

Awards
2004 Best New Merchandise at Goldsmiths Fair 2004
2002 Best Domestic Product at Chelsea Crafts Fair

Recent exhibitions
2007 Finnish Craft Museum, Jyväskylä, Finland
2007 Finnish Arts and Crafts Centre, Kenkävero, Finland
2006 Everyday, Flow Gallery, London, UK
2006 Collect Collections, Lesley Craze Gallery, London, UK
2006 Original Collection, Quest Gallery, Bath, UK
2005 Modern Masters, Internationale Handwerkmesse, Munich, Germany
2005 In Person / In Print, Thomas Riley Gallery, Cleveland, US
2005 World of Enamelling, Salou, Barcelona, Spain
2004 Made in Britain, Contemporary Applied Arts Gallery, London
2004 Fire-Works, The Museum of Oxfordshire, Woodstock UK
2003 GIRAEFE Exhibition, Morez, France
2003 On the Edge, CC Gallery Portland, Oregon, US
2002 36th International Enamel Exhibition, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Public Collections
2007 Victoria and Albert Museum; 2004 Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen 
2002 401 Collection, Elmsfield Manor, Elmsfield

 

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