HORIZON – LANDSCAPES, CERAMICS & PRINTS
June 14, 2013 – February 23, 2014
National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design
St. Olavs Gate 1, Oslo
The exhibition is a visual narrative, illustrating the journey of landscapes, images and patterns through differing media to their realisation on the blue, black, pink, white tableware of The National Museum’s Decorative Arts Collection. Woven into the display of historical ceramics are etchings, engravings and lithographs, as well as objects made by contemporary artists who appropriate this historical genre to observe, record, comment and re-animate. The result is an unexpected journey through cultures, politics, histories and geographies – one that invites us to see a whole group of objects in a new way.
The exhibition includes artists Stephen Bird (Australia), Stephen Bowers (Australia), Robert Dawson (UK), Leopold Foulem (Canada), Maria Geszler (Hungary), Trine Hovden (Norway), Garth Johnson (USA), Felix Hug (Switzerland), Laura McKibbon (Canada), Carol McNicoll (UK), Paul Scott (UK), Richard Shaw (USA), Caroline Slotte (Finland), Anne Line Sund (Norway), Marit Tingleff (Norway), Gerry Wedd (Australia), Magdalena Gerber (Switzerland)
Curator: Paul Scott in collaboration with Inger Helene Stemshaug and Knut Astrup Bull (The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design)
CERAMICS & PRINT
October 29 – November 24 2012
Ann Linnemann Studio Gallery
Kronprinsessegade 51, Copenhagen
Opening reception: October 29 16.00-19.00
In the twenty years since the first edition of Paul Scott’s handbook Ceramics and Print appeared, printed surfaces have become commonplace in contemporary practice. To coincide with the imminent publication of a completely new edition of the book, this exhibition on ceramic print will involve leading international figures in the field. Invited artists are: Richard Shaw, Stephen Dixon, Megumi Naitoh, John Kindness, Matthew Raw, Laura McKibbon, Charlotte Hodes, Cathy Terepocki, Ane-Katrine von Bulow and Paul Scott.
find CULDESAC on FACEBOOK