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2015-11 Takeshi Yasuda: The dynamic side of porcelain

From November 18 through December 17, 2015 we are proud to present the magnificent work of the internationally-famous Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Yasuda. Born in Tokyo Yasuda settled in Britain in 1973, he has taught at various art academies and universities across the United Kingdom and was Professor of Applied Arts at the University of Ulster, In addition to working on his own ceramic pieces. From 2005 until 2010 Yasuda serves as Director of the Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China, after which he established his own studio in the Jingdezhen Sculpture Factory.

2015-06 Beatrijs van Rheeden: slicing at millimeter scale

From May 30 through June 27 Beatrijs van Rheeden will exhibit her porcelain objects at Terra Delft Gallery. See Beatrijs at work: Her work is rooted in a Dutch tradition of abstract forms, with pure lines and simplicity in essence. It comes into being intuitively. Her fascination with structures and their internal irregularities is expressed […]

2015-05 Terra’s Figuratives 2015

Figurative sculptures as universal language From April 25 – May 23, four artists will display their figurative ceramic work in Terra Delft Gallery. This exhibition is a sequel to previous presentations of figurative ceramics in the gallery in which the international aspect plays an increasingly prominent role. In Mariëtte van der Ven’s work the human […]

2015-04 Melting Galleries: Sanbao (CN) & Terra Delft (NL)

Melting Galleries Contemporary ceramic art exhibition Spring 2015 This exhibition will be another engrossing experience for the public. Twentytwo artists are represented of which eighteen are from Europe. Melting Galleries gives a high standard overview of artists who are both convinced in their own special way of creating and also are open-minded to explore new […]

2014-06 Corregan and Suffren; Air and Balance: making the unseen visible

From May 24 – June 28, Terra Delft Gallery will feature intriguing work by the artist couple from the south of France, Daphné Corregan and Gilles Suffren. They have worked together for many years, not only conversing about each other’s work but also debating about each other’s results. Now they consider the time ripe for […]