See pieces in the gallery collection: LINK
(Program - subject to change)
16 - 20 JANUARY WORLD CUP - exhibition continued. See LINK
25 JANUARY – 24 FEBRUARY
Sergei Isupov Estonia/USA
Russian avant-garde artist, emigrated to the United States, presents new thoughtful surreal pieces.
For this exhibition, Sergei Isupov has specifically worked on figurines and wall objects. Isupov has his studio in Massachusetts, USA and Estonia. He is acknowledged for his original works, and fascinating themes from Russian history to the wonderful diversity of today - and life.
1 MARCH – 21 APRIL
MASTER PIECES - 10th Anniversary exhibition
Miniature, clay model, sketch - Danish/International
The gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary with a string of master pieces made by the many exhibitors of the years.
An exhibition of specially rare and unknown pieces, miniatures or particularly important clay sketch for inspiration. In the true spirit of the place, it is possible to look into a treasury of ideas and ceramics of traditional, conceptual and humorous nature.
25 APRIL – 9 JUNE
OSTRACON - Peter Brandes
Peter Brandes focuses on ceramics, historical, archaeological - pottery, jars, democracy.
His focal point is Ostracon: a piece of pottery, usually broken off from a vase or other earthenware vessel. Ostraca refer (in ancient Greece) a potsherd, especially one used as a ballot, a vote was inscribed. Brandes exhibits ceramic fragments used as notebooks, democratic voting slips and much more, but also painted jars and other ceramics by this highly acknowledged Danish artist.
14 JUNE – 18 AUGUST
LEGENDARY - Niels Lauesen's ceramics & sketches
- together with his previous students: Ole Jensen, Søren Thygesen, Turi Heisselberg, Marianne Nielsen.
Niels Lauesen (1941-2014) was a fantastic inspiring, knowledgeable teacher and ceramist. The exhibition will show a large collection of Niels' works and sketchbooks. In addition, his former students from the Kolding Arts and Crafts School will visualize their experience based on this meeting with special thanks to a talented teacher and artist.
23 AUGUST – 29 SEPTEMBER
SPATIAL DRAWINGS - Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl
The ceramic sculptures of Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl are emphasizing their fundamental existence in space. Through his precise formal elaboration of the material even a casual and banal gesture in space is attributed significance. With a vigilant eye for the monumental within the insignificant the artist works to create the conditions for shaping an intuitive, spatial form.
25 OCTOBER – 24 NOVEMBER
- Karen Bennicke & Yoshikawa Masamichi
Geometry and experimental interest are common denominators for Japanese Masamichi and Danish Karen Bennicke. The exhibition will present new pieces by both and set the world-renowned ceramic artists in a special dialogue. Each with their personal form language, the meeting will tell about diversities, reveal cultural references, contradictions and contexts.
1 – 22 DECEMBER
FUNCTION MATTERS - Danish/Internationalt
Ursula Munch-Petersen and International artists (see later).
The exhibition relates concrete and abstract to the function of usage and tradition, contemporary needs and contemporary terms of function, functional ceramics, daily objects, conceptual ideas, tableau, Still Life. From Japanese inspiration and British Studio Pottery to today's unique functions and conceptual ideas.
PERMANENT EXHIBITION COLLECTION - ARTISTS - COLLECTABLES
- Akio Takamori - Ann Linnemann - Anne Fløcke - Anne Mette Hjortshøj - 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 Rudjord - Gunhild Aaberg - Hans Munck Andersen - Hans Vangsø - Heidi Hentze - Helle Hove – Inge Lise Koefoed - Inger Heebøll - 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 - Marek Cecula - Mariko Wada - Martin Bodilsen Kahldahl – Mette Augustinus Poulsen - Mette Marie Ørsted - Mikael Jackson - Morten Løbner Espersen – Morten Modin - Neil Brownsword - Nina Malterud - 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 - Steven Rolf - Søren Thygesen - Theis Lorentzen - Turi Heisselberg Pedersen – Ueda Mayu - Ulla Bech-Bruun - Ursula Munch-Petersen - Vibeke Krog - Vibeke Rytter..