• Jan Fisar: Span width – Czech Point, Berlin
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. (5 March – 4 April 2003)
  • Modern Czech Glassart – Neumünster
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition in cooperation with the Cultural Office of the city of Neumünster and the Wachholtz Publishing House during the Schleswig-Holstein Music-Festival. (13 July – 1 August 2004)
  • Anna Matouskova: Architecture – Czech Point, Berlin
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. (23 June – 18 July 2003)
  • Formed into Embers – Langenfeld
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition in cooperation with the Cultural Forum Langenfeld/Germany. (17 April – 27 June 2004)
  • Ilja Bilek: Glass Objects – Czech Point, Berlin
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. (15 May – 13 June 2003)
  • Contemporary Czech Glassart – Lübeck
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presents this exhibition in cooperation with the cultural and art department of the city of Lübeck and the Kulturforum Burgkloster during the Schleswig-Holstein Music-Festival. (8 Aug – 26 Sept 2004)
  • Contemporary Czech Glass Art – Department for Foreign Affairs in Berlin
    This exhibition takes place on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the German-Czech Declaration is under the patronage of the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Department for Foreign Affairs in Berlin (17 Jan – 18 Feb 2007)
  • Arts & Crafts Museum Hamburg
    This exhibition is presented at the Arts and Crafts Museum in Hamburg/Germany. The Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg is one of the leading European museums in the field of applied art. (25 Nov 2004 – 2 Jan 2005)
  • SOFA 2001 – CHICAGO
    A selection of glass sculptures presented at SOFA 2001 by Glasgalerie Hittfeld. The gallery’s artists: Jan Fisar, Martin Velisek (October 2001)
  • Jan Fišar – Glass Sculptures and Garden
    The International Exhibition for Glass Sculptures & Garden in Munster, Germany Installation consisting of 33 single objects. (August – September 1998)
  • Bohumil Elias: Glass Objects – Czech Point, Berlin
    Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. (5 March – 4 April 2003)
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