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Torben Jørgensen

Designer. Born 1945.
Educated as a mechanic 1966.
Ceramist from the Danish Design School, Copenhagen 1973.
Head of Glass department at the Danish Design School, Copenhagen 1973 -78.
Started glass workshop Jørgensen & Mørch Design with Jytte Mørch 1991.
Associated Holmegaard Glassworks as a designer since 1977.

Udstillinger:
1976:
Centenary Jubilee Exhibition, The Danish Design School, Copenhagen.
1977:
Marienlyst, Summer Exhibition, Elsinore Town Museum, Denmark.
1978:
Holmegaard Glass Exhibition, "Den Permanente" , Copenhagen.
"Nordic Glass '78", Smålands Museum, Växjö, Sweden.
"Nordic Glass '78", House of Culture, Stockholm, Sweden.
Tuborg Art Society, Denmark.
1979:
Randers Museum of History of Civilisation, Denmark.
"Nordic Glass '79", Gallery F15, Moss, Norway.
"Nordic Glass '79", Museum of Applied Art, Trondheim, Norway.
1980:
One-man exhibition at the Museum of Applied Art, Copenhagen.
Exhibition at the opening of Holmegaard Glass Gallery, Copenhagen.
Contemporary Glass -Europe and Japan, Kyoto og Tokyo.
Christiania Glasmagasin, Oslo, Norway.
1981:
Marienlyst, Summer Exhibition, Elsinore Town Museum, Denmark.
"Nordic Glass '81", The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki, Finland.
The Arts and Crafts Association 16+, Museum of Applied Art, Copenhagen.
Department store, Illum, Copenhagen.
16+, Hjørring Art Museum, Denmark.
1982:
Danish Glass, "Den Permanente", Copenhagen.
1983:
"Nordic Glass '83", Glass Museum, Ebeltoft and Holmegaard Glass Gallery, Denmark.
Charlottenborg Autumn Exhibition, Copenhagen.
1984:
Artisans from Denmark and Germany, StädtischeMuseum, Flensburg, Germany.
Sønderjyllands Kunstmuseum, Tønder, Denmark.
"Danish Glass", Glass Museum Ebeltoft, Denmark.
Håndarbejdets Fremme, Jubilee Exhibition, Odense Town Hall, Denmark.
International Exhibition of Arts and Craft, Bratislava, Slovakia.
1985:
Exhibition with Per Lütken, Gallerie "Het Glashuis", Alkmaar, The Netherlands.
Hillerød Art Society, Denmark.
1987:
Scandinavian Craft today, Art Forum, Seibu, Tokyo.
Scandinavian Craft today, National Museum, Kyoto.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Bornholm's Museum, Denmark.
1988:
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Næstved Town Museum, Denmark.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, ålborg Museum, Denmark.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Kastrupgård, Copenhagen.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Randers Museum, Denmark.
Scandinavian Craft today, American Craft Museum, New York.
Scandinavian Craft today, The Cleveland Institute of Art, USA.
Co exhibition with Jytte Mørch, Boderne, Næstved Town Museum.
1989:
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Esbjerg Museum, Denmark.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Museum of Applied Art, Trondheim, Norway.
The Glow from Bornholm, Studio Glass through 10 years, Museum of Applied Art, Oslo, Norway.
"Danish Glass", Gallerie Domin, Kaarst, Germany.
"Lyse Strømme", Kunsthallen, Århus, Denmark.
1990:
Cultural Centre "Gammelgården", Herlev, Denmark.
Design - Craft or Industry? "Den Frie", Copenhagen.
Gallerie Ewers, Köln, Germany.
Gallery "Plaisieren", Hässelby Castle, Stockholm, Sweden.
1991:
Gallery "Okariya", Ginza, Tokyo. Japan.
1992:
Holmegaard Municipal Library, Denmark.
1994:
Dragehøj Gallery, Næstved, Denmark.
"Boderne", Næstved Town Museum, Denmark.
Co exhibition with Jytte Mørch, Gram Castle, Rødding, Denmark.
1995:
"Danish Design Present", Sofienholm, Denmark.
Galleri Okariya, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan.
Golden Age to Present Day, City Art Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Danish Design Product-Process, Gammel Dok, Copenhagen.
1996:
"Brosten", Næstved Town Museum. Denmark.
Royal Copenhagen at Sofienholm, Copenhagen.
"Glas/Ljus", Form/Design Center, Malmo, Sweden.
"Glass", Birkerød Municipality, Denmark.
"Dishes", Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
"Nordic Glass '96", Gammel Holtegård, Copenhagen.
"Duplica", Danish Applied Art, Gammel Dok, Copenhagen.
"Sculptural Glass '96", Helligåndshuset, Copenhagen.
1997:
"Sculptural Glass", Kunstbygningen, Århus, Denmark.
One-man Exhibition at Royal Copenhagen Crystal, Copenhagen.
One-man Exhibition at Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
FDB Art Society, Copenhagen.
1998:
"Danish Art Glass", Horsens Art Society, Denmark.
Lambaa Arthouse, Silkeborg, Denmark.
"Trienale Sztuki", Galleria Refektarz, Kartuzy, Poland.
Galleri Borreby, Borreby Castle, Skelskør, Denmark.
Galleri Reiff, Butrupgård, Holbæk, Denmark.
"Danish Glass `98", Filosofgangen, Odense.
1999:
"Dishes", Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
dk-TEKNIK Art Society, Copenhagen.
2000:
Dragehøj Gallery, Fensmark, Denmark.
"Art Nouveau 100 years", Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen
2001:
FDB Art Society, Copenhagen.
Jørgensen & Mørch Design, Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
2003:
Co exhibition with Jytte Mørch, Biblioteksgalleriet, Vordingborg.
Galleri Brevik, Tromsø, Norway.
Dragehøj Gallery, Fensmark, Denmark.
2004:
Danish Design Center, Copenhagen.
"Danish Glass 2004", Ebeltoft Glass Museum.
"The Power of Glass", Troyes, France.
2005:
KIC, Århus, Denmark.
Contemporary Danish Glass, Flow Gallery, London.
2006:
Galleri New Form, Trelleborg, Sweden.
Holsted Church, Næstved, Denmark.
KIC, Århus, Denmark.
2007:
"Italien Techniques", Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
Galleri New Form, Trelleborg, Swedem.
"A Divisible Whole", Grønlund Gallery, Copenhagen.
Transparancy Contemporary Glass from Denmark, Gana Art Gallery, Seul.
2008:
Transparancy Contemporary Glass from Denmark , Guangdong Museum of Art, Guanzhou. China.
Transparancy Contemporary Glass from Denmark, A4 Gallery, Chengdu, China.
Censored Jubilee Exhibition 2008, Rønnebæksholm Cultural Center, Naestved, Denmark.
FOA Art Society, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2009:
"Socha a Objekt", International sculpture exhibition, Bratislava, Slovakia.
Dragehøj Gallery, Fensmark, Denmark.
2010:
Summer Exhibition 2010, Masnedø Fortet, Vordingborg, Denmark.
2011:
"Substance" 20 Danish glass artists, Bredgade Kunsthandel, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2013:
"-everything has two sides", Danish Arts and Craft Association, Allerød Art Society, Denmark.
2014:
The Summer Exhibition, Hempel Glass Museum, Nykøbing Sj, Denmark.
Næstved Art Society.
2015:
"Familiar" glass and jewellery, Ebeltoft Glass, Denmark.
Danish Glass, Ebeltoft Glas Museum, Denmark.
"Familiar", Dragehøj Gallery, Næstved, Denmark.
2017:
Jørgensen & Mørch, Købmandsgården, Skelskør, Denmark.
2018:
Torben Jørgensen & Ivan Weiss, Palæfløjen, Roskilde, Denmark.

Sold to:
The Danish Art Foundation.
The Museum of Applied Arts, Copenhagen.
Tuborg Art Society, Denmark.
The Art Society of August 14th, Denmark.
Småland's Museum, Växjö, Sweden.
The Museum of Applied Arts, Oslo, Norway.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan.
Museum of Modern Art Shop, New York.
Næstved Town Museum, Denmark

Awards:
1972 : The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory Jubilee competition, 2nd prize.
1974 : Foundation of Administrator Krøjer.
1980 : Jubilee grant of Court Jeweller Michelsen.
1989 : Travel grant of the Hvass Foundation.
2006 : The Ole Haslund Foundation.

Glass Installations:
Observa Institute, Copenhagen.
Association of Industrial Trades, The House of Metallic Industry, Copenhagen.
Unilever House, London.
Centre of Plant Protection, Flakkebjerg, Denmark.