Februar 5, 2020 — Januar 8, 2021 2020 STADTMUSEUM DORNBIRN and ANGELIKA KAUFFMANN MUSEUM SCHWARZENBERG: WEM GEHÖRT DAS BÖDELE?
February 5, 2020 –January 31, 2021 STADTMUSEUM DORNBIRN Austria, 6850 Dornbirn, Marktplatz 1.  Opening Hours: Tu – Su 10am – 5pm http://www.stadtmuseum.dornbirn.at February 9 – October 31 ANGELIKA KAUFFMANN MUSEUM Austria, 6867 Schwarzenberg, Brand 34. Opening Hours: Tu – Su 10am – 5pm http://www.angelika-kauffmann.com Exhibition catalog ISBN 978-3-7017-3511-2 in german language 
2020 NOTOJIMA GLASS ART MUSEUM, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2019 SHIINOKI CULTURAL COMPLEX, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2019 PALAZZO LOREDAN, VENICE, ITALY: THE VENICE GLASS WEEK – THE HUB
https://www.theveniceglassweek.com/en/listing/relitti/ BEACHCOMBING SERIES: What I am trying to do is to show how we can interpret things differently, revealing what is hidden from sight behind external appearance. What it involves is a synthesis of memory, observation and meditation.Familiar forms seem somehow out of place, pointing to the existence of a world beyond the visible: the world of the surreal. BEACHCOMBING SERIES explores the internal and the external, the relationship between God and Man, and the meeting point of different realities.
2019 HANDWERKSFORM HANNOVER: JUST GLASS
"Glass making is a fascinating art. The hot glass that can take on a variety of shapes and colours. The interplay of craftsmanship and creative design that ensures that beautiful vessels are created at the end of the process. Unique pieces and small series that reflect the handwriting of the artist. But the refinement of glass with ornaments and pictorial representations and glass painting also belong to the great field of glass making, which we want to focus on once again in the Autumn Exhibition 2019. HANDWERKSFORM HANNOVER Since 1963 the Handwerksform Hannover has been providing an appropriate frame for Applied Arts professionals and their creative potential. Craftsmen, Arts & Crafts professionals and designers from Hannover, Lower Saxony and Germany as well as from Europe and Overseas find an exclusive platform here to present their work. For the past four decades the Handwerksform Hannover has realised more than 250 exhibitions, gaining recognition not only here in the capital of Lower Saxony, but much further afield, both nationally and internationally. We particularly emphasise and show work which is in content and expression contemporary and innovative, contributing to the further development of the Applied Arts. In this context we gladly receive great positive feedback from a continuously increasing audience of interested, committed and knowledgeable visitors."
2019 GLASS MUSEUM LETTE: NEW ACQUISITIONS
2018 VOLKSBANK INVEST, DORNBIRN, AUSTRIA: FINE ART SCULPTURE IN GLASS
2018 THE OTHER ART FAIR LOS ANGELES
The Majestic Downtown Los Angeles, USA https://www.saatchiart.com/theotherartfair/la-march-2018  
2018 NEUES MUSEUM, NÜRNBERG, GERMANY: GLASS – VESSEL – OBJECT. 10 POSITIONS.
2018 GLASS ART GALLERY, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA: A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME
A project by Glass Art Gallery Innsbruck
2018 GALERIE HANDWERK, MUNICH, GERMANY: THE BEES
80333 Munich, Max-Joseph-Straße 4, Germany http://www.hwk-muenchen.de/galerie
2018 GALERIE DER STADT TRAUN, AUSTRIA: GLANZSTÜCKE / HIGHLIGHTS
2018 ETHOS CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY, LOS ANGELES
Ethos Contemporary Art 3405 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach CA 92663 USA Download PDF
2017 VENICE, ITALY: AUSTRIAN GLASS CORE
For the first edition of The Venice Glass Week, AtemporaryStudio and ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA brings the best of Austrian glass design to Venice. Titled Austrian Glass Core, the exhibition aims to highlight the two main facets of glass design from Austria: the new and brave happening there right now, as well as the glass icons with their lasting impact. By recreating the mystical atmosphere of a Venetian furnace, the exhibits will be placed in a unique context that will put a special focus on the nature of the products, their genesis as well as their exclusivity. While being naturally incorporated in the rich tradition Venice has in the production of glass, this exhibition will put a novel and surprising spotlight on design coming from Austria. http://www.theveniceglassweek.com/tvgw/events/austrian-glass-core-3/?lang=en
2017 BASILIKA SANTA CROCE, FLORENCE, ITALY: G7 OF ART
2016 ART MUSEUM BORNHOLM, DENMARK: EUROPEAN GLASS CONTEXT, CURATED
2016 ALTE POSTSTELLE, SCHWARZENBERG, AUSTRIA: SCHUBERTIADE EXHIBITION
Sculpture - Photography - Design
2014 MUSEUM WÜRTH, KÜNZELSAU, GERMANY: A.E.I.O.U.
2014 EUROPEAN MUSEUM FOR CONTEMPORARY GLASS, VESTE COBURG, GERMANY
The exhibition provides an overview of contemporary glass in Europe.
2013 STRASBOURG, FRANCE: 5ème BIENNALE INTERNATIONALE DU VERRE
2013 MUZEUM KARKONOSKIE, JELENIA GORA, POLAND: INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF GLASS
2012 GALERIE MANNER, PERG, AUSTRIA: EVA MOOSBRUGGER – CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE IN GLASS
2012 EDSVIK KONSTHALL, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN: EUROPEAN SCULPTURE – methods, materials, poetry
„I am a passionate investigator of form, colour and light. My art does not reproduce what is visible, rather it makes things visible, revealing new dimensions hidden beneath the surface. I am interested in a poetic synthesis of memories and meditation, of observation and notes. It’s all about allegories. I am working in cycles, exploring an idea, image or allegorical reference through a number of related pieces that provide various approaches. Colour is a vital element that plays an important role in my art. An iterant theme is  nature, depicted by abstraction or radical reduction of the idea.The material presence of the glass objects scintillates according to both the quality and the angle of light and, of course, the place as an open and ambiguous system. Complex and yet visible spaces of meaning, interwoven with the optical illusionism of  the quality immanent in the material and its artistic treatment.“ Eva Moosbrugger in Exhibition Catalogue European Sculpture, p. 24.
2012 ALTE POSTSTELLE, SCHWARZENBERG, AUSTRIA: SCHUBERTIADE EXHIBITION
Sculpture in glass and bronze  
2010 OXO TOWER GALLERY, LONDON, UK: OPENARTCODELONDON
2010 NAVE GALLERY, TORINO, ITALY: CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN SCULPTURE – 30 POSITIONS
2010 KUNSTVEREIN BADEN, BADEN NEAR VIENNA: DON’T WORRY, BE HAPPY
2010 GRAND PALAIS, PARIS, FRANCE: SALON DES ARTISTES INDÉPENDANTS with OPENARTCODEPARIS
2009 ROMANISCHER KELLER, SALZBURG, AUSTRIA: INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION
2009 ragARTz, INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE TRIENNIAL, SWITZERLAND and LIECHTENSTEIN
2009 CARTAZINI BIENNIAL ART AWARD – SEMIFINALIST
2008 MUSEUM OF THE ARTS, BORNHOLM: EUROPEAN GLASS CONTEXT
2008 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN FESTIVAL HANGZHOU
2008 INT. SCULPTOR’S SYMPOSIUM, DAVOS, SWITZERLAND
2007 MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO, ITALY: VETRO D’ARTISTA
2005 STUDY TRIP THROUGH NORTHERN AUSTRALIA
2004 THE CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS: NEW GLASS REVIEW 25. NY, USA
2004 NOTOJIMA GLASS ART MUSEUM, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2004 HILTON HOTEL VIENNA. PERMANENT INSTALLATION IN JOE ZAWINUL’S BAR BIRDLAND AND IN THE RESTAURANT S’PARKS. VIENNA, AUSTRIA
2004 DESIGN CENTER ISHIKAWA, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2003 TOYAMURA INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE BIENNIAL. HOKKAIDO, JAPAN
2003 GLASMUSEUM IMMENHAUSEN: AUSTRIAN GLASS POSITIONS. IMMENHAUSEN, GERMANY
2002 THE CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS: NEW GLASS REVIEW 23. NY, USA
2002 SOFA CHICAGO, USA.
2002 MUSEO D’AOSTA, ITALY: GLASS WAYS. EUROPEAN GLASS FROM IT’S ORIGINS UNTIL PRESENT
2002 GLASMUSEET EBELTOFT, DENMARK: GLASS AND POETRY
2002 DORNBIRN, AUSTRIA: ART IN PUBLIC SPACE. PERMANENT INSTALLATION
2001 TOYAMURA INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE BIENNIAL. HOKKAIDO, JAPAN
2001 NOTOJIMA GLASS ART MUSEUM, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2001 GRANT OF IMPULSE STIFTUNG. AUSTRIA
2001 DESIGN CENTER ISHIKAWA, JAPAN: THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF GLASS KANAZAWA
2000 25 YEARS OF GLASMUSEUM FRAUENAU. BAYRISCHER WALD, GERMANY
1998 MUSEUM OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. HAMBURG, GERMANY
1998 BIENNALE „VENEZIA APERTO VETRO“. VENICE, ITALY
1997 MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART HET PALEIS, THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS: THE SECRET OF MURANO