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contemporary ceramic art

Jason Hackett: Pollinator, 2012, Ceramic, 9” x 9” x 3”

  • Wouter Dam exhibition / Galerie NeC, Hong Kong

    Wouter Dam exhibition at Galerie NeC Hong Kong

    Wouter Dam exhibition / Galerie NeC, Hong Kong
    28 June - 18 August, 2012

    "The ceramic sculptures I make, do steadily develop along a clear line, this last group of sculptures here on show are slightly larger and with more unbroken circles incorporated into the sculpture, in this way slowly revealing more of its origins, the vase and bowl shape.

    The sculptures are closed and curled on to itself and in this way, keeping more of it’s secret, enticing you to explore the almost hidden inside of the sculpture.
    They are covered with a coloured engobe, the latest colours I have introduced are the soft pink, a light porcelain blue, and a grey tone. All these colours are specifically chosen to enhance the shape and to give a good contrast in between light and shade.

    The sculptures are built up of elements made on the potterswheel, assembled when leatherhard, every one of them becoming a unique sculpture, although clearly belonging to the same family of shapes.

    The sculptures are like drawing lines in space, making the clay seem weightless. The edges are refined and cut through the air in contrast to the soft voluminous exterior surfaces that bask in the light.” Wouter Dam, 2012

    Gallery Hours: Monday to Saturday, 11 am - 8 pm. Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm.

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  • Patricia Sannit: Apollo column, 2011, 30”x12”x12”, cast, carved and incised found and reclaimed clays, slip and stain

  • Patricia Sannit: Earth Orbit, 2010, 10”x9”x11”, cast, carved and incised found and reclaimed clays, slip and stain

  • Bente Skjøttgaard: Pink Clouds field no 1036, 2010, Stoneware and glaze, hand built, 30 clouds, total 42 x 165 x 75 cm. Photo: Ole Akhøj

  • Bente Skjøttgaard: Frieze P7 no 1209, 1207 and 1210, 2012, Stoneware and glaze, 180 x 45 x 7 cm. Photo: Jeppe Gudmundsen-Holmgreen

  • Bente Skjøttgaard: Traces – Art along Hærvejen, a project by the Danish Arts Foundation, detail, 2010, Red brickwork clay

  • Steve Belz: Assisted Nucleation, 2011, Low fire ceramic, washes, glaze, rubber cord and steel fastener, 20H x 30W x 10D inches

  • Steve Belz: Conflict of Purpose, 2010, Low fire ceramic, washes, rubber, stainless steel and acrylic paint, 11H x 40W x 17D inches

  • Ruth Power: Two faces (Cephalophilia), 2011, 33cm wide x 34cm long x 14cm deep; porcelain, LED light, cord, plug, wooden box with black paint and flocked interior (Black and white image)

  • Jenni Ward: Sprout Series IV, 2009, ceramic & high temperature, wire, 18” x 36” x 4”

  • Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection / Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection / Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    March 4 - June 3, 2012

    New York-based scholars and gallerists Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio have been leaders in the ceramics field for three decades, assembling one of the most important private collections of contemporary ceramics in the world. In 2007, the MFAH acquired the Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection of some 475 artworks, as well as the accompanying library and artist archive.

    Shifting Paradigms presents nearly 160 objects—ceramics and works on paper—from this richly diverse collection, which includes major international figures such as Kenjiro Kawai, Jean-Pierre Laroque, Adrian Saxe, Peter Voulkos, and Beatrice Wood, many of whom are represented in depth, as well as examples by Anthony Caro, Lucio Fontana, Claes Oldenburg, and Grayson Perry.

    The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue, copublished by the MFAH and Yale University Press.

    Generous funding is provided by:
    Sara and Bill Morgan
    Friends of Contemporary Ceramics
    Michael W. Dale
    The Schissler Foundation
    The Susan Vaughan Foundation
    Supporters of Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio

    The Shartle Symposium is also presented in conjunction with the exhibition Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection.

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