During the unveiling of ‘Atelier Lachaert & d’Hanis’ (from the 2nd till the 5th of June), Sofie Lachaert and Luc d’Hanis want to surprise their audience with a festive opening and with a short but explosive exhibition ‘Smell the Roses’
A story about ‘dwelling on’, about contemplation, reflection, consideration, about appealing to all the senses and stirring the imagination. But most of all a story about time; when we ‘stop and smell the roses’, it means we have to slow down, take our time and learn to appreciate what we so often pass by, unnoticed.
An ode to the senses, … or simply as an ode to flowers and their recipient, the vase; a seemingly trivial object. Vases and flowers often immortalized on canvas as the fruit of the boundless imagination of the painter, or as a symbol of transience, the passing of time, a memento mori…
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Taste – celebrating the best in contemporary craft.
Celebrating the best in contemporary craft
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.
Taste aims to stage at least one major European exhibition annually that highlights a broad selection of craft disciplines. Taste will also host more exclusive, thematic events throughout the year with a focus on specific artists or disciplines. Our ambition is to be a premier source for cutting-edge contemporary craft.
The private view of Random Growth is on Thursday 19th November.
Random Growth (curated by Sarah Myerscough) runs from the 20th November 2015 to January 13th 2016 at PHOS ART + DESIGN 15-16 Brooks Mews Mayfair W1K 4DS London,
Christina Schou Christensen
Anne Marie Laureys
Ceramic Event VII Exposition 19 > 27 septembre 12Hr à 18Hr
Private View 18 septembre 18Hr
Address: 139 avenue Molière 1190 Brussels,B
Entry 5€ (free-16 ans)
SAVE THE DATE 05-09-2015!
Mr. Jan Steyaert, chairman,
Members of the Board of Directors and Patrons,
Mr. Joost Declercq, director,
Have the pleasure to invite you to the ninth edition of the Garden Party, which will take place on Saturday, September 5, 2015 from 6 p.m. in the garden of the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens.
Collect 2015, London (at the Saatchi Gallery, May 8 – 11) was relentlessly conservative providing the usual array of tabletop finely crafted ceramics. Technique overshadowed adventure and it looked much like last year. For CFile the Anne Marie Laureys work was the standout, form and emotion knotted together.www.cfileonlie.org
CFile Foundation is a non-profit, donor-supported organization that offers a global online community for ceramic creatives working in art, design, architecture, and technology. The Foundation’s mission is to foster dialogue about ceramics across the many disciplines of the visual arts and to support higher education about ceramics in art schools and universities. The heart of this mission is a free online campus and knowledge center anchored by The Weekly, a free news magazine edited by the renowned scholar and writer, Garth Clark. The Weekly, which is read in over 125 countries, presents critical reviews, commentaries, and multimedia news coverage about cutting-edge ceramics to a global audience.
Het Gemeentemuseum Den Haag has recently expanded their Collection of Contemporary Ceramics with 1 unique ceramic object of Anne Marie Laureys.
Info: Galerie Carla Koch
SOFIE LACHAERT GALLERY will show my recent ceramics and more at Collect London 2015. Saatchi Gallery Duke of York’s HQ, King’s road London SW3 4SQ. The international art fair for contemporary objects from 8>11 May 2015. Preview, May 7 2015, exclusive tickets for this event on request only: firstname.lastname@example.org / tel +32 3 7111963 / www.lachaert.com