This looks to be a fantastic exhibition. Featuring – quite literally – more than just ‘Fat Lava’, the exhibition will feature unusual, rare and studio pottery. Details from the Pottery and Glass forum are below:
More than Fat Lava Mid Century & Modern German Ceramics
Adres: M.v.B. Bastiaansestraat 15
1054 RS Amsterdam
Exhibition to be opened by Mark Hill
The exhibition will focus on companies like Schramberg, Schäffenacker, Kummer, Ruscha, Kerstan, Kupfermuhle Keramik, Keto, Kechle etc, bringing a different feel to the West/East German experience. We will be showing a lot of pieces which are rare and difficult to find. There will be Fat Lava pieces on display also from Roth, Ruscha, Carstens, Kruetz, Otto, ES-Keramik, Ceramano to name but a few.
Launching at the exhibition will be a book dedicated to German Studio Pottery, called Bauhaus Generated by Kevin James Graham which
introduces over 700 Studio, Atelier and Töpferei potters.
Puntwg hosts a wide range of artisans, working in a variety of mediums http://www.puntwg.nl/archief.html
June 18th Opening 3 pm
June 19th 12pm-5pm
June 25th 12pm-5pm
June 26th 12pm-5pm
July 2nd 12pm-5pm
July 3rd 12pm-5pm
A Emiel Monnink & Kevin Graham Exhibition
For more information, visit the Pottery and Glass forum and talk to ‘Madbrit’ A.K.A Kevin Graham or message him @Spritzdekor on Twitter.
Unfortunately, I can’t go to this because of holiday constraints with school. However, I am massively looking forward to seeing pictures from the exhibit! I know many of Kevin and Emiel’s private collections will be shown. This is one of the pieces that I would love to see in real life:
Let me know if you go, won’t you?
- From Spritzdekor to Madbrit: The Many Personas of Kevin Graham (littleowlski.wordpress.com)