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Closing: 18th of June 2011, Galleri IngerMolin (Stockholm)

Until recently we haven’t been showing a lot of an interest in ceramic art. After the Konstfack Degree exhibition our attentiveness changed suddenly, as the ceramic and glass department was absolutely one of our top-picks. Since then we have been willing to dig deeper, open our perspectives and even seek for more ceramic-oriented exhibitions.

“New Stars 2011” is the title of a newly passed exhibition at Galleri IngerMolin, were the combination of ceramic and textile art was successfully in the foreground.

Above: Work by Amy Jayne Hughes

Maria T. Hermann (Denmark), Eszter Imre (Hungary), Amy Hughes (U.K.) and Elsa Chartin (France) are the artists behind the exhibition. Three of them work with ceramic art and the fourth one, Elsa Chartin, works with textile art and prints.

Tinitus by Elsa Chartin

Photographs by Konsthopp

Since it was opened in 1998, Galleri IngerMolin has focused particularly on displaying ceramic arts. The curator and gallery-owner Inger Molin noted that she chose these international women to create the first group-exhibition at the gallery and was naturally very happy with the results.

From Konsthopp’s point of view:

Mixing ceramic and textile is a surprisingly exciting venue, were the contrast between the elements become so clear.

If you’re doubting your own interest in ceramic art, we really encourage you to check out the artist’s homepages!

Date: 31st of May – 18th of June 2011

Artists: Maria T. Hermann, Eszter Imre, Amy Hughes and Elsa Chartin.

Place: Galleri IngerMolin, Kommendörsgatan 24, Stockholm

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