TASTE artists exhibiting at Tresor 2017 Ceramics: Thomas Bohle, Alison Britton, Wouter Dam, Akiko Hirai, Anne Marie Laureys, Nicholas Lees, Paul March, Johannes Nagel, Susan Nemeth, Aneta Regel, Paul Scott, Marit Tingleff, Elisabeth von Krogh, Andrea Walsh I Glass: Baldwin & Guggisberg, Edmond Byrne, Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert I Metal: Cóilín Ó Dubhghaill, Adi Toch I Textiles: Michael Brennand-Wood I Wood: Ernst Gamperl
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27 céramistes interrogent ce matériau universel mais qui marque tout particulièrement nos paysages nordistes : maisons de briques, usines de briques, cheminées de briques !
At Artmonte-carlo 2017, TASTE will present innovative new work by internationally recognised ceramic artists including AnneMarie Laureys, Alison Britton, Philip Eglin and Marit Tingleff.
Groupshow in the corridors of the old school building AKATielt. A mix of different approaches on ceramics as a medium in contemporary art.
‘2017… We kick-off the year with a major retrospective exhibition, looking back at the highlights of the past, showing groundbreaking historical pieces from private collections, archival treasures, curiosities and memorabilia….good old memories… At the same time we will give you a glimpse of our future programme. Come and raise a glass to an extraordinary promising,
WCC-BF the one and only Crafts Council from Belgium at Collect 2017, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Taste champions the work of craft artists who push the boundaries. We include artists from across all craft disciplines both those already established, with works in museums and private collections, as well as up-and-coming artists. Foremost, we are committed to promoting innovative craft that is exciting, intriguing and challenges our assumptions about what is possible.
Nuages in France Nuages in Belgium From 15 octobre 2016 til 15 janvier 2017 Groupshow contemporary ceramics with Gisèle Buthod-Garçon (F), Daphné Corregan (F), Nathalie Doyen (B), Haguiko (F), Anne Marie Laureys (B), Claire Lindner (F), Bente Skjøttgaard (Dk) Info WCC-BF
From 27 August the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics in Leeuwarden presents a titillating exhibition about eroticism: Sexy Ceramics. Classical Greek vases, refined Asian porcelain and contemporary ceramics by artists such as Louise Bourgeois and Jessica Harrison escort the viewer into the world of sex and seduction. The exhibition follows the phases of love-play, from the first touch and gentle courtship to the act of lovemaking itself. Attention is paid to hidden symbols, evocative shapes and explicit objects, but also to the sensuality of the material, the clay itself.