Terra in China 2016: Tree Art Museum Beijing

This exhibition is a collaboration between Terra Delft Gallery, Sanbao Int. Ceramic Art Museum Institute in Jingdezhen and Tree Art Museum in Beijing.

Exhibiting artists are:

  • Anne-Soline Barbaux (F)
  • Wim Borst (NL)
  • Ivan Jelínek (CZ)
  • Guy van Leemput (B)
  • Martin McWilliam (D)
  • Saskia Pfaeltzer (NL)
  • Barbara Röling (NL)
  • Duncan Ross (GB)
  • Susanne Silvertant (NL)
  • Judith de Vries (NL)
As European contemporary ceramics features a wide variety of products, the work in this sector of the visual arts is growing more and more interesting. And that is now also noted in Beijing – China.
On 14 September, a delegation from Europe will go to Sanbao-Jingdezhen for a two weeks an artist-in-residence program to follow. Then they travel to Beijing to attend the opening of the exhibition. The group guided by Simone Haak (Terra Delft Gallery) and Jackson Li (Int Sanbao Ceramic Art Museum Institute) consists of Anne-Soline Barbaux (F), Wim Borst (NL), Guy van Leemput (B), Saskia Pfaeltzer (NL), Barbara Röling (NL) and Judith de Vries (NL).
Tree Art Museum Beijing interior
The Tree Art Museum is located in Song Zhuang, Beijing. Construction of the 3200 m2 building started in November 2010 and it opened its doors in September 2012. As an arts colony, Song Zhuang is widely-known for range of progressive art venues, which can be visited only by appointment. This new addition to the “artists’ village” is owned by the Chinese Contemporary Art Development Foundation and designed by Daipu, a young architect in China who leads a comparatively small design team.


Tree Art Museum Beijing, Susanne Silvertant  Tree Art Museum Beijing, Wim Borst, Guy van Leemput, Jackson Li, Martin McWilliam, Saskia Pfaeltzer,Duncan Ross, Susanne Silvertant, Judith de Vries
Tree Art Museum Beijing, Anne Soline Barbaux, Jackson Li  Tree Art Museum Beijing, Guy van Leemput, Jackson Li
Tree Art Museum Beijing, Saskia Pfaeltzer, Barbara Roling  Tree Art Museum Beijing, Saskia Pfaeltzer
Tree Art Museum Beijing, Wim Borst, Saskia Pfaeltzer,Duncan Ross