Martin McWilliam Timeless illusions in perspective After the summer from 29th August to 3 October the in Germany based Martin McWilliam exhibits in Terra Delft Gallery.He showes a selection of his new work influenced by his stay at Jingdezhen (CN) in 2014. The archaeological character of his work became even stronger. It looks ancient by […]
Mieke de Groot: “Structures in tints of blue” Following the solo exhibition of three years ago and her participation in the group exhibit ‘Terra in China-China in Terra’, the most recent objects by Mieke will be shown in Terra Delft Gallery from October 10 – November 14. Her abstract, mathematically-constructed objects emerge, as always, from […]
From December 19 through January 23, Galerie Terra will display work by the young talented Beijing artist Wenna, who completed her studies there in graphic arts. Recently she became familiar with clay and transformed her drawings into sculpture for the first time. From mid-October until the opening of the exhibition on December 19 she is working as an artist-in-residence in Delft. The exhibition in Terra includes ceramic sculptures and paintings.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Autonomy with a twist From 21 March –18 April 2015 Terra Delft Gallery features geometric pieces by the artist Wim Borst. In early 2012 he exhibited the Corner series, in which he surprised with inventive variations on a basic motif: the tube. He develops this theme further and now displays wall pieces, consisting of multiple […]
Het Power Station of Art is the new for contemporary art in Shanghai, China. In 2012 the museumstarted, this enormous museum is located in a beautiful renovated power station looks over the Huangpu Rivier. The Power Station is also the new venue of the Shanghai Biennial and shows also top exhibitions by international organisations. Terra […]
Following the summer displays with limited opening hours, we begin the autumn season with a glowing exhibition: the exuberant work of Hanneke Giezen, from September 6 through October 11. For this exhibition she has been inspired by the riches of the art collection of the Grünes Gewölbe in Dresden, a treasury full of gold and […]