jueves, junio 07, 2012

Tomorrow and Saturday: last opportunity to see Fonte at CAA, Percy Street

Dear friends,

The exhibition "Harrow, Tradition and Innovation: 5 decades of ceramics" is still on until this Saturday 9th June at 
Contemporary Applied Arts
2 Percy Street London W1T 1DD
Telephone 020 7436 2344

My work FONTEa very unique piece I made in 2010 at Guldagergaard, is exhibited. 
I hope you will have the opportunity to go and see it if you haven't yet!

Best wishes, Anne

Fonte, 2010, Height 28cm, diameter 56cm. Photo Sussie Ahlburg


Fonte, 2010, Height 28cm, diameter 56cm. Photo Sussie Ahlburg


Curator of the exhibition Tessa Peters writes: 

"The exhibition is a celebration of the world-renowned Harrow Studio Pottery Course, most recently known as BA Ceramics, University of Westminster, which will come to an end this summer. Over the past 50 years around 820 individuals have received a Harrow education and the show comprises almost 60 exhibitors from the UK, Europe, the USA and Australia. Most of the works are recent and come not only from ex-Harrow students but also from former and current course staff. A diversity of contemporary ceramic concerns is represented by artefacts, images and videos: functional tableware, abstract vessels, figurative sculpture, architectural ceramics and site-specific installations, as well as conceptual works in performance and video."  

Tessa Peters 2012

The Tradition and Innovation publication presents a history of the Harrow Ceramics Course against a background of changing social, aesthetic and educational ideas.

Anne Mercedes

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