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(The exhibition program may be subject to change)
12 FEBRUARY – 21 MARCH ..ESSENTIAL
Hans Vangsø DK - www.hansvangsoe.dk
Ceramic vessels of all times - tradition, presence and vitality.
Hans Vangsø is internationally acknowledged for his ceramics work.
There is something infinitely beautiful and eternal about his powerful monumental ceramic forms and the textures with wild traces of firing materials and flames - wood, seaweed, metals, salts.. - EXHIBITION LINK
26 MARCH - 30 APRIL ..ITS CLAY - Material matters – matter materials..?
New talents from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
Exhibition of young visual artists – who work in clay.
From a relatively short career, they are working with a wide range of philosophical and artistic ideas, but come of the same place, time and education.
They are all recent graduates, recommended for this exhibition by Karen Harsbo, associate professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
7 MAY – 27 JUNE ..WRITING ON THE WALL
Anne Fløche DK - www.annefloche.dk
Anne Fløche has a sensitive poetic eye for forms and signs in nature.
Her work has a mythical spherical expression inspired by the oriental ceramics history with references to Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and Turkey.
This exhibition presents her new wall objects, abstract ceramic painted images, written symbols and characters.
JULY – AUGUST ..AQUARIUM
Ole Vesterlund DK & Mariko Wada DK/Japan - olevesterlund - marikowada
Collaboration project with references to Asian decorative form.
It is an investigative installation in the meeting between Danish-Japanese minimalism and expressive decoration, inspired by the Indian shape and colour palette of heavily decorated and expressive colour combinations that finds its own beauty, balance and extreme refinement.
20 AUGUST – 19 SEPTEMBER ..GENTRIFICATION
Vibeke Rytter DK - www.bkf.dk/vibeke-rytter
City architecture in ceramic pieces: icon-trace-signature-label.
Referring to urban structures in the concept of gentrification, a term for socio-cultural change taking place in areas, where street art and graffiti are inspiration for architects and city planners.
Techniques from 2D drawings to 3D modelling and ceramic transfer.
24 SEPTEMBER – 24 OCTOBER ..THE ARTS IN CLAY
Kirsten Justesen DK - www.kirstenjustesen.com
Visual artist Kirsten Justesen challanges ceramic materials.
She is one of the most prominent experimental artists in Denmark. The avant-garde development since the 1960s to present days can be experienced by looking at Kirsten Justesen's works of performance, video, installation.. - and she has remained experimental throughout the time.
This exhibition displays her newest ceramic work.
29 OCTOBER – 28 NOVEMBER ..OBJECT - INSTALLATION - VIDEO
HETERO Per Ahlmann DK - www.perahlmann.dk
Per Ahlmann is a Danish acknowledged ceramic artist completely inherent with his material. The form, content, glaze and colour can not be imagined one without the other.
The form variations are infinite, often reference the unreal. Bodily and other nature-like elements juxtapose with industrial intrusion.
Exhibition shown simultaneously with an international contemporary:
SEMIOTIC – MATERIALITY
Colby Parsons USA www.colbyparsonsart.com
Video projections and ceramic works. The abstract and textural qualities between projection and clay, pieces with a strong sense of materiality, scenery or small set-ups based on the actual items as for groups of objects from everyday life - a box of light bulbs, a drawer of silverware etc. The videos are collages of stills and motion pictures that depict things and phenomena associated with the ceramic pieces. Photos - with/without projection.
3 - 23 DECEMBER ..DESIGN IN CRAFTS
Ursula Munch-Petersen DK
Ceramic designer shows unique functional pieces.
Ursula Munch-Petersen is internationally recognized for her eminent industrial functional ware.
Her beautiful crafted pieces became a fine industrial design product (made for Royal Copenhagen Factory), that seems like craft: Ursula-ware - dishes, cups, pitchers, plates in bright colours and distinctive shapes.
This exhibition will focus on her great craftsmanship and original work.
See specific opening hours in December.. (closed between Christmas and New Year)
PERMANENT EXHIBITION & ARTISTS:
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- Akio Takamori - Alikka Garder Petersen - Ann Linnemann - Anne Fløcke - Asger Kristensen - Barbro Åberg - Beate Andersen - Bente Hansen - Bente Skjøttgaard – Better Lübbert - Bodil Manz - Charlotte Thorup - Christina Schou Christensen – Dorte Kristoffersen - Elisa Helland-Hansen - Esben Klemann - Extrudox A/S Steen Ipsen/Anne Tophøj - Gerd Hiort Petersen - Gunhild Aaberg - Hans Munck Andersen - Hans Vangsø - Heidi Hentze - Helle Hove – Inge Lise Koefoed - Jane Reumert - Jonathan Keep - Karen Bennicke - Karen Harsbo - Kim Holm - Kirsten Christensen - Kirsten Coelho - Kirsten Høholt Kirsten Justesen - Kurt Weiser - Lea Mi Engholm – Lesley Baker - Lis Biggas - Lis Ehrenreich - Lisbeth Holst-Jensen - Lone Borgen & Stephen Parry - Lone Skov Madsen - Louise Birch - Louise Gaarmann - Louise Sidelmann - Malene Müllertz - Margaret O'Rorke - Marianne Krumbach - Marianne Nielsen - Mariko Wada - Martin Bodilsen Kahldahl – Mette Augustinus Poulsen - Mette Marie Ørsted - Mikael Jackson - Morten Løbner Espersen – Morten Modin - Neil Brownsword - Ninna Gøtzsche - Ole Jensen - Ole Vesterlund – Per Ahlmann - Pernille Pontoppidan Pedersen - Prue Venables - Richard Shaw - Samuel Chung - Sandra Davolio - Sophus Ejler Jepsen - Sten Lykke Madsen - Stephen Bowers - Søren Thygesen - Theis Lorentzen - Turi Heisselberg Pedersen – Ueda Mayu - Ulla Bech-Bruun - Ursula Munch-Petersen - Vibeke Rytter.. - Marek Cecula...