Book Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft \ Klaus Moje: Glass
This beautiful monograph is generously illustrated and contains a comprehensive account of Klaus Moje's work and career by Megan Bottari, Canberra-based glass artist, writer and curator. Accompanying Australian Design Centre’s exhibition of the same name, it is the definitive volume on the life of one of Australia’s most celebrated glass artists.
The inclusion of glass artist Klaus Moje in the inaugural selection of artists for ADC’s Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft series lends deserved and added distinction to an already illustrious and fêted career. Hailed internationally as the founder of modern kiln-formed glass, he is not only one of the most influential and iconic figures within the Australian studio glass movement, his significance clearly reaches far beyond. The Moje reputation carries the authority of a 50-year practice that spans three continents and stands testimony to a mastery that resonates with iron-bark integrity.
Pages: 144 pages
Dimensions: 24 x 24cm, soft-cover
First published: 2006