Ceramics, glass, jewellery, paper, textiles and object design are, among others, the creative fields in which the artists supported and promoted by BeCraft are active.
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Maestros del futuro, the exhibition is part of a larger movement celebrating craftsmanship, a movement that began in Venice in 2022 with ‘Homo Faber: Crafting a more human future’, specifically with the exhibition called ‘Next of Europe’. Since then, the Michelangelo Foundation co-created with BeCraft a Belgium-based event called ‘Creative Nature’ and is now in Seville for ‘Masters of the Future’.
On Saturday 03.09.2022, Wendy Gers (Curator of Modern and Contemporary Ceramics, Keramiekmuseum Princessehof) will officially open the exhibition at 16.00 hrs. You are welcome!
The primal element of earth in the title Solid Soil is easily connected to both artists. Anne Marie Laureys Ceramics literally starts from earth and transforms thrown clay vessels into sculptures with a very special texture. Through various firing phases, the sculptures acquire a granular and distinct structure with shifting color tones that never fail to amaze.
This autumn Brian Kennedy presents a new series of curated exhibitions under the title REAR WINDOW in partnership with, Taste Contemporary – Geneva, Oliver Sears Gallery – Dublin and Ting-Ying – Hong Kong. 4 Masons Yard, St. James, London SW1Y 6BU
30 October – 20 December 2019
BeCraft propose une découverte en plusieurs temps de ses artistes membres où créations et vidéoprojections s’exposent en vis-à-vis. Becraft Gallery Site des Anciens Abattoirs 17/02, Rue de la Trouille, 7000 Mons, Belgium www.becraft.org.
The auction, which previews on May 15 (Garth’s 72nd birthday) and closes May 25, features an amazing group of work, donated for this event, by Ken Price, Matt Wedel, Tony Marsh, James Marshall, Aneta Regel, Anne-Marie Laureys, Keiko Fukazawa and others.
The show will feature a selection of works by our familiar and stellar roster of contemporary artists
Ceramics are ubiquitous in the Art World today states Marc Del Vecchio, curator of VISCERAL CLAY and Director at Peters Projects