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Jingdezhen and Amsterdam

Exhibition  /  22 Dec 2019  -  16 Feb 2020
Published: 18.12.2019
Jingdezhen and Amsterdam.
FROOTS & Nogart
Management:
Florance Xia, Noga Zhang Shahar
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Intro
This ceramics exhibition showcases the residency program of Froots Gallery at Jingdezhen. It also brings to the fore the significant connection that has existed for centuries between Jingdezhen and other world-renowned centers of ceramics, such as Amsterdam.

Artist list

Claudia Biehne, Peter Hoogeboom, Paul Smith, Thomas Stollar
Three renowned ceramic artists were hosted this year at the Jingdezhen FROOTS Artist Residency Program: Claudia Biehne from Germany, Paul Smith from the UK, and Thomas Stollar from USA. Their diverse works rank among the highest achievements of contemporary ceramic art, even as they all pay tribute to the Jingdezhen birthplace of this art form. 

Alongside the works created in Jingdezhen, this extraordinary exhibition features ceramic jewelry pieces by Peter Hoogeboom. This acclaimed Dutch artist employs the universal ceramic vocabulary to recreate iconic objects of individual cultures: Tea sets from China and Japan; vegetable-pickling jars from the city of Tianjin, China; and flower pots from Holland. Hoogeboom transforms these objects into art-jewelry treasures.
 
Peter Hoogeboom. Necklace: Finger Cot Hulu, 2015. Porcelain, silver.. Ø 26 cm, height 5.5 cm. Photo by: Rob Bohle. From series: Remake. Peter Hoogeboom
Necklace: Finger Cot Hulu, 2015
Porcelain, silver.
Ø 26 cm, height 5.5 cm
Photo by: Rob Bohle
From series: Remake
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Peter Hoogeboom. Brooch: Tea Party Shipment, 2008. Porcelain, bamboo, raffia, steel.. 9 x 7.5 x 2 cm. Photo by: Francis Willemstijn. From series: Year of the Ox. Peter Hoogeboom
Brooch: Tea Party Shipment, 2008
Porcelain, bamboo, raffia, steel.
9 x 7.5 x 2 cm
Photo by: Francis Willemstijn
From series: Year of the Ox
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Peter Hoogeboom. Necklace: Westland, 2011. Terracotta, nylon, silver.. Ø 24 cm, height 3.2 cm. Photo by: Francis Willemstijn. From series: Earthen Adornments. Peter Hoogeboom
Necklace: Westland, 2011
Terracotta, nylon, silver.
Ø 24 cm, height 3.2 cm
Photo by: Francis Willemstijn
From series: Earthen Adornments
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Claudia Biehne. Vase: White, 2019. Porcelain. Ø 16 cm, H: 34 cm. Claudia Biehne
Vase: White, 2019
Porcelain
Ø 16 cm, H: 34 cm
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Peter Hoogeboom. Brooch: Tea for Two, 2008. Silver, porcelain, bamboo, raffia, steel.
.  . Ø 5 cm, H: 3 cm. Photo by: Peter Hoogeboom. Peter Hoogeboom
Brooch: Tea for Two, 2008
Silver, porcelain, bamboo, raffia, steel.
 
Ø 5 cm, H: 3 cm
Photo by: Peter Hoogeboom
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Peter Hoogeboom. Necklace: Tianjin Winter Vegetable, 2009. Stoneware, silver.. Ø 27 cm, H: 1.5 cm. Photo by: Peter Hoogeboom. Peter Hoogeboom
Necklace: Tianjin Winter Vegetable, 2009
Stoneware, silver.
Ø 27 cm, H: 1.5 cm
Photo by: Peter Hoogeboom
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Peter Hoogeboom. Necklace: Lamella 1, 2017. Porcelain, rubber.. Ø 28 cm, H: 3.5 cm. Peter Hoogeboom
Necklace: Lamella 1, 2017
Porcelain, rubber.
Ø 28 cm, H: 3.5 cm
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Peter Hoogeboom. Necklace: Mended 3, 2017. Porcelain, silver, rubber, nylon.. Ø 22.5 cm, H: 0.5 cm. Peter Hoogeboom
Necklace: Mended 3, 2017
Porcelain, silver, rubber, nylon.
Ø 22.5 cm, H: 0.5 cm
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Thomas Stollar. Sculpture: Shape 1, 2019. Handmade mud strips, paint.. 48 x 47 x 64.5 cm. Thomas Stollar
Sculpture: Shape 1, 2019
Handmade mud strips, paint.
48 x 47 x 64.5 cm
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Thomas Stollar. Sculpture: Shape 2, 2019. Handmade mud strips, paint.. Thomas Stollar
Sculpture: Shape 2, 2019
Handmade mud strips, paint.
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