DESIGN MIAMI with Jason Jacques Gallery NY, USA, November 27-December 6, 2020

Design Miami 2020 Jason Jacques gallery :

We are happy to announce that we’ll be participating in the 16th edition of Design Miami/. This year we will be bringing a selection of works by each of our contemporary artists, designers, and craftsmen.

This year, the fair is moving back to it’s historic location in the Miami Design District’s historic Moore Building, accented by Zaha Hadid’s monumental interior installation, Elastika. Design Miami/ is the global forum for design, each year bringing together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators, and critics from around the world in celebration of design, culture, and commerce. Occurring alongside Art Basel in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, the Design Miami/ fairs have become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing, and creating collectible design.

Both the fair coordinators and staff are working together to ensure a safe environment for collectors, visitors, critics, exhibitiors, and members of the press. If you plan to attend and would like us to hold a pass for you at will-call, please email info@jasonjacques.com.

It is important to note that this year the fair has moved from the Convention Center to the Moore building in Miami’s Historic Design District.

THE 16TH EDITION OF DESIGN MIAMI/ WILL BE HELD IN THE MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT’S HISTORIC ZAHA HADID ELASTIKA MOORE BUILDING.

 

25 YEAR Carla Koch Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands til end 2020

Welcome at Gallery Carla Koch
Veemkade 500 (6th floor)
building Detroit
1019 HE Amsterdam
tel.0642397440
by appointment: phone31 (0)642397440 or via e-mail ckoch@xs4all.nl.

Jubilee Exhibition Carla Koch Gallery 25 YEAR:
“From the 1st of August 20 artists, with whom I have been working for years, will show new work.
The exhibition will continue until the end of the year 2020
Due to covid regulations you will only be able to visit the exhibition by appointment.
These appointments can be made for all days of the week.
See you at the Veemkade 500 in Amsterdam”

Dutch ceramic and glass galleries have a remarkably long lifespan.
Gallery De Witte Voet opened its doors 40 years ago…
In April 2020 gallery Carla Koch celebrates its 25th anniversary. After a flying start on the Prinsengracht, the gallery moved to the banks of the IJ in 2007, where Carla Koch organises sparkling exhibitions in building Detroit.
What makes this gallery special? And how does she react to the decline in gallery visits?

Gallery Carla Koch has a unique specialism: ceramic and glass objects that usually refer to the container form, but at the same time liberate themselves from their function. They thus move in the interesting no man’s land between visual art and design. The gallery shows different mentalities and presents conceptual as well as architectural and narrative work.

A second asset is the international orientation. This requires extra effort and greater investment, but enriches the range on offer! For years now, gallery Carla Koch has presented leading Asian, Canadian and European ceramists, including Kayoko Hoshino, Yikyung Kim, Les Manning and Bodil Manz.
A relative newcomer is the Belgian ceramicist Anne Marie Laureys. Because new talent is actively followed.

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HONEY ME BY ARTECETERA IN THE VENUE OF ATELIER LACHAERT DHANIS, BELGIUM,04/07>31/08/2020

HONEY ME,
a cross-disciplinary exhibition
in a symbiosis of art and well-being
from 04.07.2020 till 31.08.2020
every Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, between 11am and 7pm
visitors entry: via Kaaistraat car park B-9140 Tielrode
The admission is free; but a small gift would be a grand gesture for the non-profit organisation artecetera in this bizarre period.

Around honey as the golden-yellow, tongue-caressing ‘sweetener’,
About apiculture and Anthophilia, freely translated into ‘flower worshipper’,
Along the miraculous, ingenious honeycomb, which is both nursery and storage; 
To the fragility of existence and the worrying bee mortality.
An expo full of wonder with fascinating artworks and groundbreaking objects and jewellery balancing between contemporary cross-over art and craft.

Alissa Volchkova – Anna Heindl – Anne Marie Laureys Ceramics – Antonino Spoto – atelier lachaert dhanis – Bram Vanderbeke – Christina Schou Christensen – Daniel Kruger – Frans Ottink – Franziska Krieck – Giampaolo Babetto – Jinhyun Jeon – Lucia Massei – Marjorie Romeijn – Mathieu Frossard – Max Gielis – Morten Klitgaard – Nadja Zerunian – Nikolay Sardamov – Unfold – Sarah Pschorn – Thalia Georgoulis – apiculturist Thierry Vermeire.

HONEY ME is an exhibition organised by artecetera*, supported by and hosted in the venue of atelier lachaert dhanis.
!You are safe there, because we care! 

 

WERKTEKST HONEY ME AMLAUREYSCERAMICS 

Een oud Duits spreekwoord: Wie gods wonderen wil gadeslaan, moet naar de bijen gaan.

De symbolische kracht van de honingbij is een constante in de geschiedenis van de mensheid.

De bij geeft aanleiding tot religieuze riten, bijgeloof en verhalen over wonderen.

Het wezen van de bij is raadselachtig.

De fascinatie voor het leven van de bijen blijft een poging de benauwende grenzen van de realiteit te doorbreken. De bijen bewegen zich vrij in de lucht, zijn toch gebonden aan de aarde, hun veelvuldigheid (de planten, bloemen) heeft een duidelijk doel (de korf, de honing).

Dit illustreert de vrijheid in gebondenheid: tegelijkertijd zichzelf zijn en een maatschappelijk wezen blijven.

INSIGHT BELGIAN ARTISTS AT HOMO FABER, BECRAFT GALLERY, MONS, BELGIUM 04/07>04/10/2020

In 2019, BeCraft joined the Cultural Council of the Michelangelo Foundation. As a member for three years, the association is actively working to identify and recommend Belgian master craftspeople to the Foundation. The Michelangelo Foundation and BeCraft share many objectives, the most fundamental of which is that of perpetuating skills and techniques through the transmission of knowledge and raising public awareness of the reality facing contemporary applied arts. Given the considerable challenge for artists and institutions that constituted the period of lockdown due to Covid-19, the opportunity to propose an exhibition with an international reach for the reopening seemed opportune. On this occasion BeCraft spotlights twelve artists, the first Belgian representatives of Homo Faber. Each offer a unique perspective on the technical mastery of their specific fields related to the applied arts. The collaboration with the Michelangelo Foundation on this exhibition opens up promising perspectives on the question of the sustainability of contemporary applied arts. It offers the public the possibility to discover a significant insight into the quality of the contemporary applied art professions in Belgium. It is also an opportunity for the artists to become acquainted with The Master’s Touch Evaluation Tool, the selection tool of the Michelangelo Foundation in order to be promoted internationally through its projects.

Exhibitors: Kris Campo – Dolorès Gossye – David Huycke – Françoise Joris – Anne Marie Laureys Ceramics – Helena Schepens –
Antonino Spoto – Thalen & Thalen – Chantal Tramasure – Antoine Van Loocke – Vera Vermeersch – Arlette Vermeiren

AU DELÀ DU POT, LE DON DU FEL, FRANCE, SUMMER 2020

 

PLEASE VISIT www.ledondufel.com

AU DELÀ DU POT

Turi Heisselberg Pedersen, Wouter Dam, Monika Patuszynska, AnneMarie Laureys

They’re all artists who know the pot by heart. They produced it, loved it and still love it. But rather than perpetuating a production of containers, they prefer to divert or rely on the vocabulary of the pottery tradition to express themselves differently, to enjoin this millennial history to be nourished by an original and much more contemporary reflection.
The results are both splendid and surprising. As you can see, fragments of pots are still hiding there, sometimes in a fragmentary way, but from any function relieved. They are sculptures enriched with a whole bunch of historical references that only reinforce their cultural relevance.

Ce sont tous des artistes connaissant le pot par cœur. Ils l’ont produit, l’ont aimé et l’aiment toujours. Mais plutôt que perpétuer une production de contenants, ils préfèrent détourner ou s’appuyer sur  le vocabulaire de la tradition potière pour s’exprimer autrement, pour enjoindre à cette histoire millénaire de se nourrir d’une réflexion originale et autrement plus contemporaine.
Les résultats sont à la fois splendides et surprenants. Comme vous le voyez, des bribes de pots s’y cachent toujours, parfois de façon fragmentaire, mais de toute fonction délestés. Ce sont des sculptures enrichies de tout un bouquet de références historiques qui ne font que renforcer leur pertinence culturelle.

 

POSTPONED 25J Carla Koch Gallery + KLEUREYCK Design Museum Ghent … keep you updated

Meanwhile we keep on working in the workshop on new projects. This time is an unforseen artist in-residence period at home. We are so lucky to be doing what we do… all for ceramics!

 

COLLECTIBLE, Vanderborght building, Brussels, Belgium 4>8/03/2020

COLLECTIBLE,
is a pioneering fair exclusively dedicated to contemporary collectible design gathering unique pieces, bespoke works and very limited editions of the 21st century. Selected for special project section courtesy artecetera.

CLAY… a lifetime commitment, atelier lachaert dhanis, Tielrode, Belgium 1>22/12/2019

01 – 22 december 2019
 
CLAY… a lifetime commitment
curator and scenographer atelier lachaert dhanis
 
about ceramics in all its aspects and in all its varieties.
from sculptural autonomous work by top international artists and contemporary table jewelry to vintage ceramics and even items from the 18th century.
 
every sunday the doors are wide open from 10 am until 6 pm (without appointment). 
on all other days and at any time you are also very welcome by appointment welcome@atelierlachaertdhanis.com or +32477648807
for groups we organise personalised visits with a guided tour
 
unique artworks by Anne Marie Laureys Ceramics | Antonino Spoto | Christina Schou Christensen | Johannes Nagel | Maarten De Ceulaer | Mathieu Frossard | Matthias Kaiser | Sarah Pschorn | Wouter Hoste 
domestic ceramics by Atelier Kohut | Frans Ottink | Jos Devriendt | Piet Stockmans | Ruth Gurvich | Unfold | atelier lachaert dhanis 
inspiring books from Arnoldsche Art Publishers
 
in collaboration with artecetera
in the venue of atelier lachaert dhanis, Tielrode (Belgium)

MEMENTO MONS, cabinets de curiosités, BAM, Mons, Belgium 05/10/2019>26/01/2020

Memento Mons is an invitation to embark on a journey of discovery.
Cabinets with a curious collection of historical pieces in an entourage of contemporary objects balancing on the border between visual art, craft and design. A contemporary cabinet of curiosities, a tribute to the ‘Wunderkammer’, in which universal notions of ‘vanitas’ are deconstructed and underlined. The concept of ‘memento’ is just as relevant and current today as it was in the time of the Romans. “Look behind you! Remember that you are only human!” the slave whispered into the ear of the victorious general during Roman triumph. [Tertullian]
In essence, nothing has really changed …

Concept & scenography:  artist duo atelier lachaert dhanis 

BAM, Beaux-Arts Mons / Rue Neuve 8 / 7000 Mons
BeCraft / Mons
Galila’s collection (P.O.C)

REAR WINDOW curated by Brian Kennedy, Masons Yard London, UK 30/10>20/12/2019

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.

At a time when international art fairs, biennales and exhibitions continue to grow in scale, it seems timely to re-ignite our desire to connect with art in a more intimate way, to view work in a space that relates to our domestic environment, to prompt starting points for collections. 

 

Thematically connected and presented in a space that eliminates disciplinary hierarchies, curator Brian Kennedy now brings us REAR WINDOW; a series of four thoughtfully curated exhibitions that explore different attitudes to contemporary creativity. Over eight weeks from October to December 2019, REAR WINDOW presents separate, but linked shows that address concerns within contemporary art, craft and design.

 

Beau-laid introduces the notion of beauty within work that might, on the surface, be perceived as ugly; Parallax invites us to consider artists’ varying viewpoints; Florid presents us with old fashioned extravagances within contemporary art while Repeat investigates meanings around repetition within abstraction.

 

Through sensitive curation, REAR WINDOW invites both existing and new collectors to view art in a culturally relevant and exciting, yet intimate space that offers a fresh insight into a world made more interesting by things.

 

REAR WINDOW: https://www.rearwindow.london/home

4 Masons Yard, St. James, London SW1Y 6BU

30 October – 20 December 2019