Ceramics by Gitte Jungersen

Ceramics by Gitte Jungersen

Gitte Jungersen aims to push the tactile possibilities of ceramics to the limit and investigates ceramic glaze as a phenomenon in itself. Thus the firing process is central and acts as a dual power: genesis and decomposition all at the same time. Each object is made...
Porcelains by Bodil Manz

Porcelains by Bodil Manz

Over 40 years, Bodil Manz has perfected her ceramic art, with her wafer-thin, transparent cylinders as one of the high-water marks. The cylinders have been cast and are of white, translucent porcelain that is so thin that the outer and inner decoration merge to form a...
Ceramics by Alice Mackler

Ceramics by Alice Mackler

“Talk to younger artists and they’re all crazy about Alice Mackler,” said Mackler’s dealer Kerry Schuss. An emerging artist in her 80s, Alice Mackler was born in New York in 1931 (currently 87). She worked as an office manager in the city for several years and...
Ceramics by Beatriz Trepat

Ceramics by Beatriz Trepat

Beatriz Trepat makes small and medium-sized sculptures in sandstone and porcelain. “It is a slow and painstaking work where matter takes power over the hand. The plasticity of the Earth suggests a living tissue such as the skin or bark that would cover beings of...
Ceramics by Francesca DiMattio

Ceramics by Francesca DiMattio

Francesca DiMattio’s works offer trace visions of architecture and figures, but without a legible sense of space or narrative. The manipulated imagery references a wide range of sources, including Renaissance and Gothic architecture, classical sculpture, lace and...
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