ILLUSION - Exhibition February 2012



ILLUSION
Ceramic work by Ann Linnemann
Exhibition 3 - 25 February 2012

About people in time, landscapes, spaces and views with an Italian inspiration..

CLICK on IMAGES of exhibition, pieces, details and inspiration.
(Own photos)









Ann Linnemann The idea of the exhibition started with my travels in Italy, where 'Trompe l'oeil' caught my eyes. The painted illusions of windows, relief and frames, where the real ones 'are missing' on the façades.
Wikipedia: Trompe-l'oeil
This made my imagination wander with different ideas of space and form, thinking of concepts of reality and truth in relation to illusion.

Is reality equal? Can you imagine mine? Is my illusion your reality? What is true? Doors and windows lead through the wall to the other side regardless of culture, philosophy or religion. The World is measured in horizontal and vertical lines. We can construct a perspective, but what is illusion?
I chose to work with the nearby and physical truth, my view from a couple of blind windows in the exhibition space.

I have imagined the view, but thought of different times and visions, and kept the idea of a physical space in my perspective drawing made in ceramic pastels with glaze-painted parts on large tiles and figure-jars in porcelain.

The picturesque ruins of Pompei and the casts of the people have for a long time been on my mind.
It is a pocket of time, the moment that is kept for ever.

I have combined the painted 'illusions', landscapes and windows in porcelain with the rough casts of the window panels and figures in a grey stoneware.

Clay is a ductile soft material when it is wet as well as when the firing heat influences the melting process and freezes the moment the clay cools again.

Ann Linnemann has exhibited and worked in Denmark and internationally. She makes ceramic design and sculpture. Since 2008 her gallery has exhibited contemporary international and Danish ceramic art.
LINK: Ann Linnemann
Special thanks to the Danish National Foundation for a travel grant to Italy in 2011.
'Trompe l'oeil'
My photos from Italy:
Camogli - Rome - Torin

'Trompe l'oeil'

My photos from Istanbul

LINKS - Exhibition January 2012



LINKS
Ann Linnemann
Exhibition 3 - 28 January 2012


Ann Linnemann exhibits wood-fired and glaze-painted sculptural objects and jars - Body wood, Body Blue and Body landscape...
A retrospective selection of her ceramic pieces, that is about her path towards the next exhibition in the gallery: ILLUSION - people, landscapes, spaces and views inspired by 'Trompe l'oeil' and Pompeii, Italy.
LINK: Ann Linnemann

EXHIBITION CALENDAR 2012

LINK - GALLERY SHOP pieces in the gallery Subject to change

5 - 28 JANUARY LINKS Ann Linnemann DK
Ann Linnemann exhibits a retrospective selection of her ceramic pieces, 'a path' towards the next exhibition in the gallery: ILLUSION.

3 - 25 FEBRUARY ILLUSION Ann Linnemann DK
"The idea of the exhibition started with travels in Italy, where 'Trompe l'oeil' caught my eyes. The painted illusions of windows, relief and frames, where the real ones 'are missing' on the façades. I took this idea into my own life and space, and created an illusion of 'missing' views in my surroundings." See the exhibition - LINK

2 - 24 MARCH HELIOTROPES Mikael Jackson and Jens-Rune Gissel DK
Geometric ceramic forms are stage props and actors in picturesque stories. This exhibition of collaborative pieces shows the sketches by painter Jens Rune playing in a lively 'unfinished' way with Mikael Jacksons strictly geometric hand-formed ceramic shapes. See the exhibition - LINK

30 MARCH - 28 APRIL GRAVITATION Esben Klemann DK
Esben Klemanns core area of expression is clearly defined by his interest in architecture, construction and material, – a constant desire to further the development of process is the main importance in his finished pieces.
www.esbenklemann.dk - See the exhibition - LINK

3 - 26 MAY GRAPHIC TALES Lisbeth Holst-Jensen DK
A ceramic composition of graphic images in interaction with oval forms. The graphic vessels and 'image-plates' reflect Lisbeth Holst-Jensen's experience with the tactile possibilities of the ceramic material, knowledge of art history and artistic curiosity linked to a great passion for music.
www.lisbethholst-jensen.dk - See the exhibition - LINK

31 MAY - 30 JUNE FRAGILE
Bodil Manz, Jane Reumert, Malene Müllertz and Heidi Bach Hentze DK

5 - 28 JULY BEHOLD - vessels The gallery artists

2 - 31 AUGUST STATE Kristine Tillge Lund DK

6 - 29 SEPTEMBER FORM & FANTASY Ole Jensen and Louise Birch DK
www.louisebirch.com - www.olejensendesign.com

4 - 27 OCTOBER TECTONIC PLATES Bente Hansen DK
www.bentehansen.dk

1- 30 NOVEMBER CERAMICS AND PRINT - NARRATIVES Paul Scott UK & guest artists
Paul Scott is an artist best known for his research into ceramics and print. He creates individual pieces that are exacting and critical, blurring the boundaries between fine art and design. In the twenty years since the first edition of Paul Scott's handbook Ceramics and Print appeared, printed surfaces have become commonplace in contemporary practice. To co-incide with the imminent publication of a completely new edition of the book, this exhibition on narratives in ceramic print will involve leading international figures in the field.
www.cumbrianblues.dk

1 - 23 DECEMBER CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION - Table and Home The gallery artists

PERMANENT EXHIBITION / GALLERY SHOP - Akio Takamori USA - Ane-Katrine von Bulow - Ann Linnemann - Bente Skjøttgaard - Charlotte Thorup - Christina Schou Christensen - Hans Vangsø - Heidi Bach Henze - Karen Bennicke - Karen Harsbo - Kirsten Coelho AU - Kurt Weiser USA - Lis Ehrenreich - Lone Skov Madsen - Malene Müllertz - Margaret O'Rorke - Marianne Krumbach - Marianne Nielsen - Mikael Jackson - Morten Løbner - Neil Brownsword - Paul Scott UK - Prue Venables AU - Steen Ipsen/Anne Tophøj - Sten Lykke Madsen - Stephen Bowers AU - Turi Heisselberg Pedersen - Glass: Iben Kielberg ...