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European Triennial for Ceramics and Glass

Exhibition  /  19 Oct 2013  -  05 Jan 2014
Published: 26.11.2013
The Grand Hall of the Old Slaughterhouse
Management:
Anne Leclercq
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Intro
The third triennial presents the works of 37 glass and ceramic artists. Two European countries are invited to join Belgium in the framework of each triennial. This year France and Norway have agreed to participate. In each of these countries the WCC-BF has worked with a partner association for the general organisation of the event and a curator who was responsible for selecting works that are representative of these art forms in his or her country.
The European Triennial of Ceramics and Glass is held from 19 October to 5 January 2014 in the Grand Hall of the Old Slaughterhouse site of Mons (Anciens Abattoirs).
Established artists and talented newcomers will interact in a setting designed by the ceramicist Jean-Claude Legrand.

An event with a Belgian and European dimension
The third triennial presents the works of 37 glass and ceramic artists.
Two European countries are invited to join Belgium in the framework of each triennial. This year France and Norway have agreed to participate. In each of these countries the WCC-BF has worked with a partner association for the general organisation of the event and a curator who was responsible for selecting works that are representative of these art forms in his or her country.
The WCC-BF is organising this event, under the patronage of the French and Norwegian Embassies, in partnership with the Museum Division of the City of Mons, the Ateliers d'Art de France and Norwegian Crafts. It enjoys the support of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and Design Flanders.

The prize of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation
The Prize of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, which has a value of 2,500 euros, will be awarded to an artist who exhibits his or her work at the triennial. He or she will be chosen by a jury of experts in the relevant fields.

Composition of the jury of the third European Triennial of Ceramics and Glas
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Ms Caroline Andrin, Ceramicist, professor at La Cambre - ESA, Brussels
Ms Alice Cantigniau, Cultural Adviser, Museum division of the City of Mons
Ms Nicole Crestou, member of the Board of direction of Ateliers d'Art de France
Ms Thérèse Lebrun, Ceramicist, teacher at the Ecole des Arts d'Ixelles
Ms Trude Ugelstad, Director of Norwegian Crafts
Mr Johan Valcke, Director of Design Flanders
Ms Sylvie Vandenhoucke, Glass artist

Participant artists:
Belgium
Isabel Almeida, Cathy Coëz, Chantal Delporte,Trees De Mits, Mariken Dumon, Frans Gentils, Mélanie Lecointe, Jan Marechal, Ana Thiel, Sofi Van Saltbommel, Peggy Wauters, Stijn Wuyts

France
Atelier Polyhedre, Alice Bertrand, Pauline Bétin, Anne Bulliot, Alain Calliste & Anne Claude Jeitz, Laurent Dufour, Marit Kathriner, Claire Lindner, Raymond Martinez, Kristin McKirdy, Perrin & Perrin, Laurent Petit,
Anne-Lise Riond-Sibony, Guillaume Talbi

Norway
Jim Darbu, Tuva Gonsholt, Kari Mølstad, Irene Nordli, Pjotr Nowak, Toril Redalen, May Snevoll von Krogh, Corrina Thornton, Lillian Tørlen, Ingrid Tvedt Nord, Eivind Wittemann
Cathy Coëz. Installation: A hundred tears, 2012. Thrown pieces, altered and painted. Special Commendation of the jury
. Photo: Cathy Coëz. Cathy Coëz
Installation: A hundred tears, 2012
Thrown pieces, altered and painted
Special Commendation of the jury
Photo: Cathy Coëz

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Mariken Dumon. Piece: Untitled, 2010. Blown glass, nylon wire, wine. 33 x 28 cm. Photo: Lieven Herreman. Mariken Dumon
Piece: Untitled, 2010
Blown glass, nylon wire, wine
33 x 28 cm
Photo: Lieven Herreman
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Jan Marechal. Installation: Flash Forward, 2013. Porcelain, casting, assembling. 4 x 45 x 8 cm. Photo: Jan Marechal. Jan Marechal
Installation: Flash Forward, 2013
Porcelain, casting, assembling
4 x 45 x 8 cm
Photo: Jan Marechal
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Pauline Bétin. Piece: Abri poétique, 2013. Screen printing on pâte de verre. 20 x 20 x 30 cm. Photo: Pauline Bétin. Pauline Bétin
Piece: Abri poétique, 2013
Screen printing on pâte de verre
20 x 20 x 30 cm
Photo: Pauline Bétin
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Anne Bulliot. Piece: Untitled 1, 2013. Mixed shaping techniques; glaze, slip, firing at 1040°C. 37 x 19 x 20 cm. Photo: Irène Mascret. Anne Bulliot
Piece: Untitled 1, 2013
Mixed shaping techniques; glaze, slip, firing at 1040°C
37 x 19 x 20 cm
Photo: Irène Mascret
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Laurent Petit. Piece: Arcalienne à la branche verte, 2013. Sliped en glazed stoneware, 1280°C firing in electric kiln. 47,5 x 35 x 58 cm. Photo: Pascal Vangysel. Laurent Petit
Piece: Arcalienne à la branche verte, 2013
Sliped en glazed stoneware, 1280°C firing in electric kiln
47,5 x 35 x 58 cm
Photo: Pascal Vangysel
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Tuva Gonsholt. Piece: Space – Invaders, 2013. Free blown glass, grinded, sandblasted and polished. +/- 20 x 7 x 18 cm each. Photo: Tom Riis. Tuva Gonsholt
Piece: Space – Invaders, 2013
Free blown glass, grinded, sandblasted and polished
+/- 20 x 7 x 18 cm each
Photo: Tom Riis
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Pjotr Nowak. Piece: Blue Pepper, 2013. Suspended object, may rotate. High fired stoneware, underglaze, varnish, rope. 60 x 50 x 40 cm. Pjotr Nowak
Piece: Blue Pepper, 2013
Suspended object, may rotate. High fired stoneware, underglaze, varnish, rope
60 x 50 x 40 cm
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May Snevoll von Krogh. Installation: Angels trumpet and the milky moon violin, 2010. Ceramic sculptures, modeled, hand built hollowed, girl: spray painted, animal figure glazed. Girl: 145 x 50 x 45 cm, Animal figure:  70 x 50 x. Photo: May Snevoll von Krogh. May Snevoll von Krogh
Installation: Angels trumpet and the milky moon violin, 2010
Ceramic sculptures, modeled, hand built hollowed, girl: spray painted, animal figure glazed
Girl: 145 x 50 x 45 cm, Animal figure: 70 x 50 x
Photo: May Snevoll von Krogh
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Irène Nordly. Wall Piece: I Find it Harder and Harder, 2013. Casted and modeled porcelain and stoneware. 350 x 30 x 100 cm. Prize of the Federation Wallonia Brussels
. Photo: Havard Johansen. Irène Nordly
Wall Piece: I Find it Harder and Harder, 2013
Casted and modeled porcelain and stoneware
350 x 30 x 100 cm
Prize of the Federation Wallonia Brussels
Photo: Havard Johansen

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