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(The program is subject to change )
9 JANUARY – 1 FEBRUARY LIGHT & SHADOW - Construction
Theme I - young talents
Construction and other constellations – in light and shadow meet order and chaos.
Alikka Garder Petersen works with light and shadow in geometric space, Theis Lorentzen creates a dynamic universe of objects in colour harmony and balance, while Pernille Pedersen Pontoppidan challenge chaos and randomness in expressive installations. The three exhibitors have worked with construction, yet they stay fundamentally different to the idea, sensuality, expression, form.. - function and aesthetics.
6 FEBRUARY – 1 MARCH TURNING A-ROUND Theme II - young talents
Marie Hermann, Ninna Gøtzsche and Kirsten Høholt relate to the hand-thrown form and traditional craftsmanship, but in very different ways. Their conceptual standpoints with a focus on manual labour is in a dialogue on contemporaries many ways of relating to the everyday utilitarian object, function, ceramic materials and pottery tradition. This exhibition shows the hand-thrown piece as a concept - and the crafts in contemporary art.
6 MARCH – 29 MARCH MOVEMENT
Asger Kristensen and Lone Borgen/Stephen Parry UK
Asger Kristensen's characters and objects are narratives in clay and glaze, also describing the contradiction in the meeting between concrete form and abstract structure. Danish Lone Borgen and English Stephen Parry present collaborative works that are moving from the traditional jar into an abstract dreamy tale-teller world, layer by layer revealed in the ceramic glaze and print collage. The exhibitors experiment with form, material and narrative in an ever reflective development.
3 APRIL – 3 MAY TIME AND SPACE - Bodil Manz DK
Bodil Manz's ceramic pieces express cultural reference, link to places and time periods, which give a timeless feeling and clarification. She uses different materials and firings - and each work may be seen in the light of opposite philosophies. Yet combined, the work reveals an indefinable sense of time and space. For this exhibition she links and composes various types of her familiar forms, patterns and ideas in an assemblage with completely new pieces.
8 MAY – 7 JUNE CLAY PLANES - Gerd Hiort Petersen DK & Samuel Chung USA
Spacious ceramic pieces touched by geometric forms and planes . Gerd Hjort Petersen will show her ceramic vessels transgressed in various ways by rock planes and sketch models made for commission projects. Samuel Chung relates his work to the Korean jar-culture, but breaks out of the tradition by using a Scandinavian inspiration and the symbolic geometric form elements appearing in his 'cloud vessels'.
12 JUNE – 16 AUGUST FORM LANGUAGE - MIND PLAY
- international thematic exhibition invited/juried
Danish and international artists working with clay, are challenged to create each a work in conjunction with a text.
The pieces are intended to illustrate a story, poem, fairytale, proverbs. The All-things history.. will be a multifaceted story in clay. Things and phrases are linked literally to both visualize and to describe the notion of the written word in contemporary ceramic art..
(One piece from each exhibitor at a maximum of 25 cm + the text)
21 AUGUST – 13 SEPTEMBER AROUND THE EARTH
Vibeke Rytter & Ann Linnemann DK
The common theme is the travel description, experiences of other cultures and personal memories of visited places.
Both are eager to see the world, travel and describe impressions from travelling. Vibeke Rytter works with photographic prints in ceramic tableaux or wall pieces, and Ann Linnemann paints with glazes and ceramic colours on hand-thrown forms 'a World in round shapes'.
18 SEPTEMBER – 25 OCTOBER NATURE FEATURES - Danish and International exhibitors
Jane Reumert, Heidi Hentze, Lis Biggas, Inge-lise Kofoed DK, Jonathan Keep UK...
Nature inspiration is a great topical theme of all times containing an infinite number of expressions, facets and angles.
For this exhibition, Jane Reumert refines the delicate botanical in fragile porcelain pieces, Lis Biggas takes imprint of natural phenomena and Heidi Hentze combines paper-like geometry with organic growth and decay, while Inge-lise Kofoed mixes ceramic materials with oilpaint in her sculptural objects, and Jonathan Keep decodes nature in 3D printed form. All the exhibitors show a deep interest and fascination in the unique features of nature.
30 OCTOBER – 29 NOVEMBER MEETING BEAUTY - Marianne Nielsen invites..
Poetic philosophic exhibition that deals with ceramic phenomena. A culturally inherent meaning of ceramics, where traditional designing may underlie the understanding of the object's identity and highlight the most trivial object's iconic strength. A focus on the depictions of beauty, either concretely - but also indirectly, as a representation of beauty in the form of an agreed symbol usage. (The guest exhibitor will be invited by Marianne Nielsen)
1 – 23 DECEMBER A COLLECTOR's PARADIZE - Gallery collection..
The exhibition will show a collector's home.. - How to use and live with an original contemporary ceramic collection. For the dinner table - shelves and wall objects :-)
A unique table will be set for dinner, lunch, coffee/tea party - in play with untraditional objects by all the gallery artists..
PERMANENT EXHIBITION - ARTISTS - See GALLERY SHOP - COLLECTABLES
Anne Fløcke - Ann Linnemann - Barbro Åberg - Beate Andersen - Bente Hansen - Bente Skjøttgaard - Bodil Manz - Charlotte Thorup - Christina Schou Christensen - Esben Klemann - Extrudox A/S Steen Ipsen/Anne Tophøj - Gerd Hjort Petersen - Gunhild Aaberg - Hans Munck Andersen - Hans Vangsø - Heidi Henze - Helle Hove - Iben Kielberg - Jakob Stig Isaksen - Karen Bennicke - Karen Harsbo – Kim Holm - Kirsten Christensen - Lis Ehrenreich - Lisbeth Holst-Jensen - Lone Skov Madsen - Louise Birch - Malene Müllertz - Marianne Krumbach - Marianne Nielsen - Martin Bodilsen Kahldahl - Mette Marie Ørsted - Mikael Jackson - Morten Løbner Espersen - Ole Jensen - Sandra Davolio - Sten Lykke Madsen - Søren Thygesen - Turi Heisselberg Pedersen ... USA - Akio Takamori - Kurt Weiser - Richard Shaw - Lesley Baker - ENGLAND - Margaret O'Rorke - Neil Brownsword - NORGE - Elisa Helland-Hansen – AUSTRALIEN - Kirsten Coelho - Prue Venables - Stephen Bowers...