Special exhibitions 2002

 
 

Welcome to the program of special exhibitions for 2002.

The first "Ceramic World Biennale" took place in Korea from August to October 2001. Three of the major contributors to this event will be honoured by the Gallery in two exhibitions.

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January 20 - March 3, 2002:

Suku Park (Corea)
For the second time the Gallery presents works by the Korean artist Suku Park, who lives and works in Finland. He enjoys a high reputation, both in Europe and Asia, for objects as aesthetically refined and impressive as technically sophisticated. His works are in many important museums and private collections around the world.

April, 14th - Mai, 26th 2002:

Lawson Oyekan (Nigeria) & Ken Eastman (Great Britain)

Saturday, March 16th, 7.00 p.m. - 3.00 a.m.:
Participation in Heidelberg's "Open Night of Museums and Galleries"

 

 

June 9 - July 7, 2002:

Jane Hamlyn (Great Britain)
Jane Hamlyn and saltglaze have become almost synonyms. Her development as a ceramic artist and her technical achievements are most impressive. She has introduced colour into saltglazed pots, the whole range of the prisma but with an emphasis on the greens and the blues whose breathtaking beauty is matched by a huge variety of shapes, textures, designs, and sculptural applications like handles, buttons, knobs and the like. These aesthetic qualities have not changed.

July 20th, 22nd, and 23rd:

The fantastic world of Thomas Proll
New works of the Czech artist from Budweis

September 15 – October 15, 2002:

Alison Britton & Gordon Baldwin (Great Britain)
KEY FIGURES OF MODERN CERAMICS

December 1. to December 22. and 27.to 31. 2002:

Theresia Hebenstreit & Herbert Wenzel (Germany) - Working as a potter for 20 and 25 years

 

 
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