Bodil Manz (1943, Denmark)

16 Angle Form
Porcelain; ht. 4.75, wd. 8, dp. 6.5 inches
Artist signature inscribed on base. 


After graduating from the School of Arts and Craft, Copenhagen in 1965 Bodil Manz went on to study at the Escuela de Diseño y Artesanias in Mexico and Berkeley University in California. She established a studio with her late husband, Richard Manz, in 1967 in Horve, where she continues to live and work today. Manz works in paper-thin porcelain that allows for maximum translucency. She is the best known Danish potter in the world today and has been shown throughout Europe, Asia and the United States and is in the collections of numerous museum

Exhibited: "One Person Exhibition", Garth Clark Gallery, New York 1998


Provenance: Garth Clark Gallery, New York

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