Joël Riff’s second exhibition as curator of La Verrière, in Brussels, gives Belgian ceramist Anne Marie Laureys unprecedented visibility, while associating her with three other leading figures: Maude Maris, Amélie Lucas-Gary and Auguste Rodin. A free catalog is available in situ. WELCOME!
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Taste Contemporary presented Going Beyond; Michael Brennand-Wood and Anne Marie Laureys at Cromwell Place, London from 30th May to 4th June 2023.
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.
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’.
The vessel, the gateway to a journey to the origins of nature.
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.
n The Round strives to chart the flexibility of sculptural materials that can metamorphose from something tactile and malleable into something durable and solid, while still maintaining a sense of movement and mutability.
Gallery Tatjana Pieterss shows contemporary art and design related to the DFG themes
Within the framework of the exhibition “Matières premières”, the Centre d’art contemporain ELEVEN STEENS invites BeCraft to occupy the third stage to exhibit its member artists.