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The ceramic vessels that John Higgins (GB) makes refer most often to architecture, archaeology and everyday objects. A format is decided, but room is always allowed for spontaneous and expressive handling of the medium. The techniques of slab forming and throwing are used, the clay is heavily grogged to withstand the unusual methods of making […]
Dirk Romijn 1946 – 2017 RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION As a tribute to one of the most consistent ceramists in the Netherlands, Terra Delft Gallery is organizing this retrospective exhibition. Since the very beginning of his career as a ceramic artist, his vases and candleholders have been part of Terra’s collection. With this exhibition a catalogue (36 […]
ZhenXi: “Beauty overcomes differences. Sharing fosters growth.” The name ZhenXi in Chinese means ‘act with love, devote your heart to something’. It is clear from the work in this exhibition that the two artists, Li Zhen and Xi Meng – the Chinese name of Simone Haak – are infused with this sentiment. Simone, who together with […]
Four years after the first exhibit of work by Hanneke Giezen in Galerie Terra Delft, there will be another solo exhibition. The title she has chosen is not a reference to the gallery’s name; rather, it shows her commitment to the environment: climate and the manner in which humans treat the earth. The central question […]
Xishuangbanna Minorities Museum 西双版纳民族博物馆 shows an international ceramic event which contains an exhibition, workshops and art fair. The region maintains a strong agricultural focus which includes growing tea and coffee. This explains the theme of the international exhibition in Xishuangbanna Minorities Museum: Coffee and Tea Art Exhibition – One hundred cups 咖啡与茶的对话茶艺展演 Curator of the […]
The year will be brought to a close with exciting work from JP Hol. He expresses the seriousness of his subject in a light-hearted, playful manner. As an artist, his first point of departure is an idea, not the material. His work is based on the human paradox: the individual in the group, the forlornness […]