Interbeing: where sound and ceramic unfold together

Interbeing is the culmination of several months of research, an exploration of collaborative ceramics and sound art in both the United Kingdom and China. Artists and Curators Kay Aplin and Joseph Young have been working on projects together for several years now. Interbeing looks into the possibilities of making work connecting two very distinct cultures... Continue Reading →

A Coffee & a Donut with Pia Chevalier

I receive newsletters and media releases every day, my inbox is a pandora box ... an explosion of information and while I am searching for relevant news and interesting topics to explore and to share, I came across this French ceramicist and her work: Pia Chevalier . A delightful rainbow feast for the eyes. Cup... Continue Reading →

York Ceramic Fair 2019

A new important date for your diary: The York Ceramics Fair 2019 is just around the corner this coming weekend (Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November: 10am – 5.00pm) Following on from last year’s success, we’re staging the second York Ceramics Fair in the beautiful grounds of The Hospitium. More applications than ever before means we... Continue Reading →

Picasso. The challenge of ceramics

50 unique works of art from the collections of the Musée National Picasso in Paris, on display at MIC Faenza from November 1st 2019 to April 13th 2020 in dialogue with the sources that inspired the artist 50 unique pieces from the collections of the Musée National Picasso-Paris will be on display at the MIC in Faenza,... Continue Reading →

Art London: A Guide to Places, Events and Artists

Art London is more than a guidebook. It will accompany you on a journey through London, telling stories, uncovering histories, sharing insights into those who have made, collected and influenced art past and present. Moving neighbourhood by neighbourhood, Art London travels the streets with you, revealing art in mseums, galleries and beyond, from palace to... Continue Reading →

Pasquino by Catherine Story. An exhibition

Cooke Latham Gallery, a new space for contemporary art located in London’s Battersea will open its third exhibition PASQUINO by Catherine Story on the 6 September. Catherine Story’s practice explores the intersections between two and three dimensionality, and the space between sculpture and painting. Informed by one another, her sculptural and painted works are theatrically... Continue Reading →

Mussi’s Herbal

A few weeks ago I went to my local Museum to visit Cleo Mussi new exhibition.Museum in the Park is hosting until the 26 of August 2019 a new collection of inventive mosaics by Stroud-based artist Cleo Mussi. An ornament of comely grace featuring garlands of the head, nosegaies and poesies for the recreation of... Continue Reading →

Moderna Museet: Warhol 1968

Andy Warhol, Brillo Soap Pads Box,, 1968 © 2018 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / ARS, New York Bildupphovsrätt 2019 During our Scandinavian trip we had the fortune to stop in Malmö visiting dear friends from my London life. In Malmo there is this cute Museum of Modern Art (paired with an other one... Continue Reading →

British Surrealism: 1783–1952 : An exhibition

Marion Adnams - The Distraught Infanta -L'infante égarée, 1944. Photo: Manchester Art Gallery / Bridgeman Images Dulwich Picture Gallery’s opening show of 2020 will be the first major exhibition to explore the origins of surrealist art in Britain. Almost 100 years since the birth of surrealism in the 1920s, the exhibition will position British Surrealism... Continue Reading →

Antonello da Messina: a book

I've never really suffered from nostalgia. But sometimes sitting here at my work table in England, I'd like to quickly transport myself to Milan. Especially when there are interesting art exhibitions. I know that sooner or later, in one way or another, they also pass through here, certainly in London … but I always associate... Continue Reading →

Radioactive Boglach – Aimee Lax

Yesterday morning I drove to the New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, not far from our new nest in the South Cotswolds. I recently started to take more ceramics classes to supporto my new clay road. And then in the new classroom I met my new teacher, Aimee .. a very talented artist .. not only... Continue Reading →

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