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10 JANUAR – 16 FEBRUAR
DRAWINGS OF CLAY
Louise Sidelmann & Jane Holmberg
Jane Holmberg works with nuances in the thrown form, the shading or sharply defined abstract transitions in natural clay colours.
Louise Sidelmann explores the character and shapes of the lines. A collision of details, which forms a poetic composition, a sequence of intervals, colour and form.
21 FEBRUARY – 23 MARCH
LYKKE/HAPPY with an EDGE
Sten LYKKE Madsen
Sten Lykke Madsen is known for his fabulous, humorous characters elusively leading the viewer into a world of hybrid between animals and humans.
Modelled quirky characters, favourites in stoneware and porcelain from the wood-fired kiln.
Infinite imagination, joy of form and line offer the viewer new discoveries.
28 MARCH – 4 MAY
Cut cylindrical shapes, vessels and other pieces modelled in stoneware with delicate decoration.
The forms are inventively added new elements, some providing sound and others multiple planes.
Net constructions, leafs, Jugend-nets, fragmentation are the themes for the new ceramic pieces by the acclaimed Danish crafts-woman.
9 MAY – 8 JUNE
BAD BOYS and other stories
He is a debater and sometimes a provocateur, - but above all one who can his craft and plays with it from all humorous angles of the world, - with a sharp tongue, a clear sight and an eye for rediscovering historical themes that he considers and engages in his pieces.
13 JUNI – 24 AUGUST
ALL GREAT TIMES .. JARS
Lotte Westphael DK, Gunilla Maria Åkesson SE og Samuel Johnson USA
Three artists in dialogue on marvelous timeless jars created out of different education, country, living condition, approaches..
- Rethinking the form, expression and texture of traditional vessels.
Lotte Westphael DK
- Graphic variations in coloured porcelain.
Gunilla Maria Åkesson SE
- Cylinders with effectual glazes.
Samuel Johnson USA
- Thrown vessels from the wood-fired kiln.
15 AUGUST - 7 SEPTEMBER
HUMAN MATTERS - Ann Linnemann DK
Human and material - body language and idiom, human relations and conditions, nature and culture are some of the key words for this exhibition of new and previous pieces that revolve around humanity in more or less abstract ways. Nature plays in, engaging with form, image and historical references.
12 SEPTEMBER – 19 OCTOBER
NATURE CULTURE OBJECT
Turi Heisselberg Pedersen og Marianne Krumbach DK
Turi Heisselberg's organic vases have become sculptural geometric objects with references to the vase's archetype.
Marianne Krumbach describes herself as interpreter. It is not the nature or kitchens that interest her most, but the notion of them, and meanings we as humans attach to the things we surround ourselves with.
24 OCTOBER – 23 NOVEMBER
HAND-THROWN ANIMALS – CLAY & CONCRETE
Søren Thygesen DK
Method and material study from folk art's hand-thrown animals to sculptural works in clay and concrete.The combination of material knowledge, tools and technical ingenuity meet and merge into the artistic idea. The method is linked in the process with the nature of the material, and the idea of the work arises in the interaction.
28 NOVEMBER - 21 DECEMBER
HANDS ON THINGS – THINGS FOR THE TABLE
The handmade functional objects are loved for their utility value and peaceful sustainability.
This exhibition shows various combinations of unique things to the table and unusual table settings, which appeal to the imagination. Here focus is on the handmade useful originals that reach beyond the industrial and mass-produced product.
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