Welcoming Down the Blessings, Paul March, 2018-2019, Stoneware, Porcelain and Nichrome wire

Matthew Harris & Paul March

du 28 novembre au 19 décembre 2019

Taste Contemporary a réuni pour cette exposition deux artistes en apparence opposé: Matthew Harris et Paul March. Vernissage:Jeudi 28 novembre18h-21h Exposition:Jeudi et Vendredi: 10.00 - 12.00 et 13.30 - 18.30Autres jours sur rendez-vous Taste ContemporaryRue Abraham...
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De Terre et de Soie - Marie-Laure Guerier et In-Sook Son

18 septembre 2019 - 19 janvier 2020

Les œuvres de Marie-Laure Guerrier, céramiste française, sont exposées à la Fondation Baur aux côtés des peintures à l’aiguille de l’artiste coréenne In-Sook Son. Profonds rouges de cuivre, lumineux céladons et dentelles de porcelaine se marient avec les...
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« Giotto » 2012‐2017, Grès,100x83x40 cm - Johan Tahon ©Gert Jan van Rooij

REFUGE / SILENCE - Exposition de Johan Tahon

du 6 octobre 2019 au 5 avril 2020

La sculpture céramique de Johan Tahon (Belgique, 1965) est puissante et expressive. Si elle se développe de manière originale et personnelle, elle trouve d’abord son ancrage dans les œuvres et les mythes du passé. Ses figures visent à l’essentiel, elles ne cherchent...
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Témoignage -

Irina Razumovskaya

My time at the Bruckner Foundation was an exceptional experience that happened at the perfect time for me. I am sure, like me, every artist in a modern-day life can find themselves overwhelmed with the daily routines, usual studio practices, it can dull the creativity. For this reason my residency at te Bruckner Foundation was like a breath of fresh air: beautiful new studio, fantastic people, new materials, no pressure, freedom of creation and experimentation. I finally had time to focus fully on my practice, try various material experiments without the pressure of creating final objects, gather my thoughts and think of new projects. As well as that it was an amazing opportunity to finish my large-scale installation for the Faenza Prize, as I was nominated to exhibit there: it was wonderful to have enough studio space and wonderful kilns and equipment to do so. I think overall this residencie's huge advantage is that it is very flexible: one can focus on a new projects, as sometimes it is hard to start something new in one's usual environment; or finalize something that has begun prior to the residency, or anything else an artist wants it to be. It is very a special opportunity.