Max Jacquard

Born London, England. February 13, 1964

Training
1988-1989 Assistant to Anita Omitogun, producing awards in cut and polished crystal
1987-1988 Artist In Residence. Bucks College, High Wycombe
1983-1987 BA 3D Design (Ceramics and Glass).Bucks College, High Wycombe
1982-1983 OND Foundation Studies. Middlesex Poly, London

Studio Experience
2001-present Glassforms, Geensand Barn, Ulcombe, Kent
1996-1998 Glassforms, Battersea, London
1993 -1996 Warrior Studios. Brixton, London.
1989 -1990 The Glass Room with Jeff Bell and Della Tinsley

Teaching / Awards
2002 Greensand Glass, Casting Workshops with Angela Thwaites
1999- Casting summer school, Daedalian Glass, Poulton Le Fylde,Lancs
1999-present Lecturer in Cast Glass, Surrey Institute of Art and Design
1999 Visiting lecturer, Wolverhampton University
1994-1998 Main Lecturer in Kiln-formed Glass. Bucks College, High Wycombe

2001 Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers Award- Professional Category
1998 Arts Council Grant for ‘Pod For the Glass Industry ‘ Broadfield House Museum

Selected Exhibitions
2005 21st Century British Glass- Daniel Katz Gallery, London
2004/2005 Fragile Cargo – New London Glass/Hungarian Glass Soc touring show
2004 A Sense Of Place,16 Artistas Britanicos – MAVA, Alcorcon, Madrid
2004 British Glass Biennale – Ruskin Centre, Stourbridge
2003 Transfuse – New London Glass at the Great Eastern Hotel,London
2003 Fresh Air - Quenington Rectory ,Gloucestershire
2003 Sculpture Summer Show - East Grinstead Arts Centre
2003 Contemporary Decorative Arts - Sotheby`s, London
2002 The Unexpected Too – Sotheby`s, New York
2002 Connections – New London Glass at Espai Vidre Gallery ,Barcelona
2002 Solid Air -Crafts Council Gallery. London
2001 Harry Arts - installation at St Peter`s Church, Vauxhaul
2001 Tracks -New London Glass at Gloucester Rd Tube Station
2000 Lost Property - The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London
2000 A Gathering of Glass -Sable V Gallery, Wimberly ,Texas
1999 Sub-Urban Glass - Gloucester Rd Tube Station. Curator and exhibitor
1998 Contemporary Decorative Arts - Southeby’s, London
1996 Glassforms Solo Exhibition. Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh
1994 Contemporary Glass. Primavera, Cambridge

Collections
2005 Adam and Eve – Shipley Gallery Museum of Applied Arts,Gateshead
2004 Husk 1 – Museo de Arte en Vidrio de Alcorcon, Madrid
2003 Brickman – acquired by V&A Museum for permanent collection
2003 Clothman – acquired by the St James Group for 5 Aubrey Square
1998 Frieze and Vase – headquarters of Co-operative Society, Rochdale
1998 Pod for the Glass Industry – Broadfield House Glass Museum, Stourbridge