“MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC - Change in your hand 2” 2017

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As in the first edition that took place between September 2016 and May 2017, "MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC - Change in your hand 2" will be a traveling international exhibition of functional ceramic ware made by
ceramicists from all over the world who join the MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC project.
"MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC - Change in your hand 2" will be presented at events linked with sustainable consumption, craft fairs, cultural events, museums. The tour will start in July 2017 in Maniago, (PN) Italy, in Museo dell'Arte Fabbrille and will travel different locations to be confirmed until May 2018.

The aim is to promote and value the use of ceramics in every day life, while arising awareness of life quality and environmental issues, all key points of MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC philosophy.

"MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC - Change in your hand 2" is open to ceramicists and potters of all nationalities and ages in accordance with MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC philosophy.


Roberto Rigon "Chromatica" sculpture & graphics - Bassano del Grappa (Italy) 2nd June - 2nd July 2017

roberto-rigon-600Roberto Rigon "Chromatic" Sculpture and Graphics
Guard House – Castello degli Ezzelini, Bassano del Grappa / Vicenza) Italy
2nd June – 2nd July 2017
Vernissage Friday 2nd June, 11.00 am

Roberto Rigon is being revealed to the public after many decades of work and personal artistic research, most of which is unpublished. The exhibition will take place from the 2nd of June to the 2nd of July at the ancient Guard House of Ezzelini Castle in Bassano del Grappa. It will allow the visitors to get close to a selection of achievements in sculpture and graphics from the 50s until now.


Puls Gallery, exibition of Irina Razumovskaya and Ida Wieth - Brussels, April 29th to June 3rd 2017

puls-ceramics-3255Puls Contemporary Ceramics -- Annette Sloth
Rue du Page 19 Edelknaapstraat (Châtelain) B-1050 Brussels
Opening hours: Wed to Sat 13 to 18
+32 (0)2 640 26 55 / +32 (0)494 836 055
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OPENING 29/04/17 FROM 17:00 TO 20:00
EXHIBITION 29/04/17 UNTIL 03/06/17

Puls Gallery is delighted to present two young talented artists: Russian ceramicist and painter Irina Razumovskaya and Danish glass maker Ida Wieth.


Maya "the language of beauty" Verona Italy 2016/2017

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 Ended March 5, 2017 in Verona the Maya art exposition.

Organized by Arthemisia Group and Kornice, realized by INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History), the most important institution of the Ministry of Culture of Mexico and curated by Antonio Aimi and Karina Romero Blanco.

An exhibition with over 250 artefacts of great artistic and historical worth. E e decided to publish only the ceramic part, because this is the main interest of our web- portal.


Michael Fargo & Tessa Eastman at Puls Contemporary Ceramics 11/03/2017 - 15/04/201

michael fargo-tessa eastmanFor the next exhibition, Puls is delighted to introduce a new body of work by two dynamic women at the vanguard of the British contemporary ceramic art scene.

Both artists are London based and MA graduates of London's Royal College of Art. In their relatively short career they have been able to impress many with their originality, skill and above all with a daring new approach to the art form.

TESSA EASTMAN (United Kingdom, 1984)

The meticulously hand built cloud bundles and complex crystal formations created by Tessa Eastman have found a serious following among collectors and gallery owners. Each one of her pieces appears curiously alive with movement. Building her shapes Eastman draws inspiration from organic forms as seen through a microscope. The artist explores the strangeness of growth of natural phenomena in which systems flow and digress from an intended pattern. She subsequently attempts to translate her findings in colourful glazed ceramics. Grouping her works highlights the contrast and creates a dialogue between pieces whereby negative space is valued as much as positive space.


14th International Mug Symposium 12th – 22th June 2017

14th International Mug Symposium
„Traditions and Possibilities 2017“
12th – 22th June 2017

The tradition of symposia in Český porcelain dates back to 1989. From the very beginning, it was necessary to differentiate between painting symposia, and mug symposia, due to their differences and concept. Painting symposia are very close the very production tradition of ČP with its cobalt painting under glazing. This old technique very closely linked with production of "onion-pattern" china expresses the possibility to use artists in open artistic design. Painting SYMPOSIA are known under the title and trademark "TRADITION AND POSSIBILITIES".


MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC, the first exposition in Nove (Italy) september 2016

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MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC, a project by Lauren Moreira, has finally hit the road! The first stop of the traveling exhibition was at Nove in the province of Vicenza during the ceramic festival "Portini Aperti", an event that had the participation of potters from many European countries.

The exhibition took place at the old glaze mill Baccin Cecchetto now Stringa, in the furnace room where the wood kilns were in function until 2002. These wood kilns were the last ones to be fired in Nove. They can still be used as in 2007 for a documentary made by japanese journalists.



quadratoABOUT US

MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC was born in 2014 as an open group on Facebook with the intent of creating a network between ceramicists and the public.

The message we want to put through is very simple: more clay less plastic.

Plastic pollution has reached dramatic levels. Reducing the use of plastic is a fundamental and urgent step to save the environment and improve the life quality of every living creature.


Ceramix - Exploring the Darker Sides of Ceramics

Karolein-SmitAMSTERDAM — At first glance, Jessica Harrison’s “Shirley” looks like one of those Victorian-style porcelain collectable figurines so popular in the 1980s — the kind that Ms. Harrison’s mother and grandmother used to display in glass vitrines in the sitting room.
But on closer inspection, Shirley’s head is not where it should be; it is severed from her neck, and seated on the palm of her hand.
This artwork is part of a series by Ms. Harrison, a British contemporary artist who buys cheapish porcelain figurines on eBay and turns their little lives into scenes of self-inflicted horror, often involving their own disembowelment.
Ms. Harrison’s work represents the radical edge of contemporary ceramics art — one end of the range that a new exhibition at the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, the Netherlands, hopes to convey.