This year the jury in Diessen an Ammersee (D) has choosen Monika Debus as the prize winner of the Diessener Keramikpreis 2018. This prize is given by the Firma Rohde and this years theme was ‘contrasts’.
In the Dutch ceramic magazine an article is published about the exhibition of John Higgins at Terra Delft Gallery. Written by Barbara Bunskoek, unfortunately it is only in Dutch:
In the March issue 39 2018 of the digital magazine De Kleine K Sander Hendriks writes a reflection on the work of Mariëtte van der Ven. On page 5 to 13, the interview creates an illuminating picture about her motives and topics. Many photos illustrate her work from different periods. On the cover of the magazine is pictured the wall piece Woman of Sorrows, a sculpture in porcelain and wood.
In the Dutch ceramic magazine an article is published about the exhibition of Yuk Kan Yeung at Terra Delft Gallery. Unfortunately it is only in Dutch:
During the international ceramics days in Oldenburg (D), 5 and 6 August 2017, Beatrijs van Rheeden won the 1st prize of the Neue Keramik competition with a porcelain sculpture. This Prize consists a certificate and an artist-in-residence project of the winners choice. In addition, in 2018 Van Rheeden will have a solo exhibition in the Marble hall of the Oldenburg Castle. More info on this artist on her Web page. Van Rheeden’s winning object
In issue 17-4 of the German magazine New Ceramics is a 4 pages interview with Saskia Pfaeltzer written by Kees Versluis. The title is ‘Saskia Pfaeltzer I seduce life’, several of the objects as mentioned are in her solo exhibition at Terra Delft Gallery.
In German ceramic magazine New Ceramics issue 17-4 the cover announces the interview on pag. 24-27 with Rachel Wood by Eddy Curtis titled: Carved from nature – the work of Rachel Wood
Dirk Romijn is overleden. Een kunstenaar waar wij zo lang en zo plezierig mee samenwerkten. Hij laat een rijk oeuvre na aan vazen en objecten die allemaal vanuit het hart gemaakt zijn. Zijn enorme kennis van glazuren en giettechnieken heeft hij zijn leven lang ontwikkeld en doorgegeven.
In the March-April issue of the French magazine La Ceramique et du verre, Aurélie Sécheret descripes the sculptures from Wim Borst from The Netherlands. In The Netherlands Wim Borst is represented by Terra Delft Gallery in the permanent collection of the gallery.
In issue 17-2 of the German magazine New Ceramics is a 4 pages interview with Guy van Leemput written by Yna van der Meulen. The title is ‘Guy van Leemput, searching for the origin of things, several of the objects as mentioned are in his solo exhibition at Terra Delft Gallery.