Ane Christensen

With the three new wall pieces I am changing the direction of my work. As a silversmith, I enjoy working on this larger scale and being free of all my usual concerns about function.

The pieces are made using laser cutting, drilling and hand piercing. They all have a single sheet of metal as the starting point and they each explore the tension between the solid and the open and play with the illusion of lightness.

Born 1972 Denmark

1997-1999 Royal College of Art, MA in Metalwork, London
1995-1997 Assistant for silversmiths Howard Fenn & Alfred Pain, London
1993-1995 London Guildhall University, HND Jewelry Design, London

2006 ‘3 Year Work Bursary’, Danish Government’s Arts Foundation
2005 ‘Best New merchandise Award’, Goldsmith’s Company.
2002 ‘Star of the future’ Bursary Goldsmith’s Company

Recent exhibitions
2008 ‘Collect’ represented by CAA, V&A Museum, London
2007 ‘Hue, Line & Form’, Contemporary Applied Arts, London,
‘Inside Outside’, Contemporary Applied Arts, London,
'Applied Art & Design Biennale', Koldinghus, Kolding, Denmark
'Silver - Art' Montan Gattery, Copenhagen, Denmark
‘Collect’ represented by CAA, V&A, London
2006 ‘To be…’ Kronborg castle, Helsingør, Denmark 
‘A Cut Above’ Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh,
2005 Jerwood Applied Art Prize, Crafts Council, London,
‘Collect’, V&A Museum, London,

2007 ‘Dragon Sculpture’ St George’s Hospital, London
2006 ‘Relief’ Wall Sculpture St George’s Hospital London
2003 ‘One Meter Fish Slice’ Seymour Rabinovitch Collection
2002 ‘Unwind’ Atrium Sculpture, Development Securities plc
2001 ‘Dialogue’ Wall Sculpture, Development Securities plc

Public Collections
Aberdeen Art gallery
Liverpool Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum
Birmingham Museum
Crafts Council Collection
Goldsmith’s Company Collection
Fitz William Museum
Museum of Decorative Arts Copenhagen
Koldinghus Museum Denmark,




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