Wook Jae Maeng
A short documentary film following the progress over the course of a year of the Ceramic House cross cultural project between the UK and Korea. This follows on from ceramist Kay Aplin and sound artist Joseph Young’s 2016 Landscape : Islands project, focusing on ceramic and sound art collaborative practice.
Kay Aplin, Botanical Structures III
I am delighted to announce that I will be showing an installation of my Botanical Structures series at Artrooms Fair, a curated International Contemporary Art Fair which takes place at Meliã White House, next to the south east of The Regent’s Park, with the entrance off Albany Street. Artrooms website here.
Dates: 20-22 January 2018
20th & 21st January 12-7pm
22nd January 10am-2pm
Meliã White House, Albany St, London NW1 3UP Google Map
Botanical Structures, Three Stemmed Flower Head, Soda wood fired porcelain
Botanical Structures ,Spikey plant,
Soda wood fired porcelain…
Pavilion, Kay Aplin, Glazed Porcelain. Photo: Joel Chester Fildes
I am delighted to announce that the year-long Made in Korea project is reaching its conclusion – in Seoul, when I travelled for a research trip exactly one year ago.
Presenting Pavilion (Deconstructed) by Kay Aplin, the launch of Celadonaphonic, a GPS triggered sound walk, a concert including live performances of sound artists involved in Celadonaphonic, and the premiere of a documentary film about the Made in Korea project.
Mullae Arts Factory
Exhibition opening: Pocket Gallery, Kay Aplin’s Pavilion (Deconstructed) 4-6pm
Concert/Film Screening, Auditorium 6-7.30 (tickets on the door)
The next phase of 2017’s Made in Korea project is about to begin. I am delighted to announce that we will be participating in the fifth iteration of British Ceramics Biennial in Spode Works, Stoke-on-Trent, opening on 23rd September and continuing until 5th November.
Made in Korea is a cultural exchange between the UK and Korea evolving throughout 2017 in Brighton, London, Stoke-on-Trent and Seoul, part of the UK-Korea Cultural Season 2017-18 supported by the British Council. With 20 artists from Korea, 5 from the UK, and encompassing 4 exhibitions, 4 concerts, an international residency, and the launch of a…
Made in Korea, Sladmore Contemporary, Myung Nam An, Eyes
I am thrilled that, for the first time, a Ceramic House exhibition transfers to Sladmore Contemporary, a validation of a seven-year journey curating shows at The Ceramic House, and an exciting new step for developing projects outside of the domestic arena.
Made in Korea is at leading Mayfair Gallery, Sladmore Contemporary, 32 Bruton Place, London WJ1 6NW from July 12th, – 28th July.
The show Made in Korea is part of a wider cultural exchange between the UK and Korea evolving throughout 2017 in Brighton, London, Stoke-on-Trent and Seoul. With 20 artists from…
Made in Korea is our seventh exhibition since The Ceramic House first opened its doors to the public in 2011. The exhibition during the Brighton Festival, part of Artists Open Houses, was the first in a series of exhibitions and events taking place throughout 2017 across the UK and Korea.
The exhibition transfers to Sladmore Contemporary, 32 Bruton Place, London W1J 6NW, opening 12th July-28th July.
Fifteen Korean ceramic artists are participating in the exhibition, who are based in South Korea, France, Germany, USA and UK. Click on a name to reach each artist’s page.
KYUNG WON BAEK MYUNG …
Tela Films have made a short film of the exhibition at The Ceramic House showing the breadth and diversity of the remarkable works by 15 Korean ceramists currently on display.…
Made in Korea is a cultural exchange between the UK and Korea evolving throughout 2017 in Brighton,
Min Soo Lee, Cylinders, porcelain, stain, 2016
London, Stoke-on-Trent and Seoul. Involving 20 artists from Korea, 5 from the UK, and encompassing 4 exhibitions, 4 concerts, and the launch of a unique audio guide, Made in Korea is seventh and most ambitious project at The Ceramic House to date.
Following a research trip to Korea in 2016, Kay Aplin will curate an exhibition of Korean ceramics at The Ceramic House in May, which transfers to London gallery, Sladmore Contemporary in July. Two Korean…
I will be exhibiting a selection of my Botanical Structures and Shetland Flora at Charleston this summer. I am thrilled to be one of the first to show as part of Charleston’s new exhibition programme in the very popular cafe. The work will be for sale so whilst you treat yourself to a delicious lunch after looking round the wonderful Charleston farmhouse and ever-scented garden, you could grab a bespoke piece of ceramic artwork! Each piece is unique and mounted on perspex with stylish fixings that are simple to attach to a wall. Suitable for indoor or outdoor display.
Exhibition dates 3rd…
I spent the first week of the year covering a lot of miles driving around the of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire researching my current public art commission counties for Taylor Wimpey.
The site for the artwork is the new Taylor Wimpey housing development on Land off Bedford Road in Houghton Regis. This is a large greenfield site where several thousand houses will be constructed over the next 5 years. The Chiltern Way, a national walking route, goes through the site, and the Icknield Way, the most ancient route in Britain, runs very close by. Therefore I have chosen these two…