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    Publication architect Karsten part of heritage campaign

    Thomas Karsten (1884 – 1945) was one of a small group of modern Dutch architects that included men like Henri Maclaine Pont and C.P. Wolf Schoemaker who developed their careers in the Dutch East Indies in the first half of the twentieth century. Karsten laid the foundations of modern urban Indonesia with work represented in Semarang, Solo, Padang, Palembang and Medan.

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    An interim report on supported projects in Indonesia

    The Creative Industries Fund NL has recently supported a number of projects in Indonesia through its Internationalization Programme and the Grant Programme for Architecture. Here you can read more about the results to date for the following projects.

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    Designer presentations at Seoul Design Festival

    One of the major challenges facing modern society is ageing populations. The Netherlands is not alone in having to cope with people living longer – today almost half its population is aged 50 years or more. South Korea is also dealing with exponential growth in the population aged 65 and above. The Creative Industries Fund NL selected 10 Dutch designers to share their perspectives on the social challenges presented by a greying population. They are presenting their products and concepts during the Seoul Design Festival 2014: Well-Aged Life, Well-Balanced Design.

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    Government publication about the creative industries

    The creative industries are highly significant for job and wealth creation, as well as for finding solutions to complex social issues. The creative industries are also helping to protect and revitalize cultural heritage, as well as opening the minds of younger generations to its value. This was the conclusion of more than 40 countries from Asia and Europe during the Sixth Asia-Europe Culture Ministers Meeting (ASEM).

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    Opportunities for architects and urban planners in Albania

    CITYFÖRSTER architecture + urbanism recently completed their investigative study in the context of the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization. Martin Sobota (CITYFÖRSTER) and Paul Gerretsen (Vereniging Deltametropool) undertook a six-day reconnaissance in Albania to explore opportunities for urban planning.

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Publication architect Karsten part of heritage campaign

21 november 2014
Thomas Karsten (1884 – 1945) was one of a small group of modern Dutch architects that included men like Henri Maclaine Pont and C.P. Wolf Schoemaker who developed their careers in the Dutch East Indies in the first half of the twentieth century. Karsten laid the foundations of modern urban Indonesia with work represented in Semarang, Solo, Padang, Palembang and Medan.
Text: Harmen Kraai

As this book demonstrates, while to date Karsten's work has not received the prominence internationally that it deserves, his work was of great contemporary significance for the way each of his designs introduced significant modern architectural and functional principles, incorporated the latest developments in construction and materials, and took into account the natural, social and cultural environment.

Karsten advocate of 'new architecture'
Although Karsten’s career took place in the Indies where he became a widely known and respected figure. Karsten was a product of the intellectual, cultural and professional transformation that took place in the Netherlands around the turn of the twentieth century. As a young man he was an advocate of the jugendstil arts and crafts movement and an early proponent of the ‘new architecture’ promoted by HP Berlage in the Netherlands. Already as a student he was at the forefront of curriculum changes at Delft that prepared the architects for their new role in society.

In today’s Indonesia where his architectural and planning legacy forms a major element in heritage projects in many Indonesian cities, Thomas Karsten is widely recognised. Two important buildings by Karsten have recently been restored: the people’s theatre Sobokartti (1931) in Semarang and the central market Pasar Gede (1929) in Solo. Some buildings have not survived but many, like the school, hospital and markets in Semarang, are still functioning in their original role.

Semarang heading for UNESCO world heritage city
A volume dedicated to the life and work of Thomas Karsten therefore forms an important contribution to Dutch cultural and colonial history. The Municipality of Semarang, with the support of a number of citizen groups, and provincial tourist and heritage authorities, is working towards having the city recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage city – ‘Semarang 2020’. This book on the life and work of Thomas Karsten, therefore, will form a major component in this heritage campaign.

Thomas Karsten in Indonesia: Architect, Planner, Modernist
Joost Coté and Hugh O’Neill
with contributions from Helen Ibbitson Jessup and Pauline van Roosmalen

This publication is supported through the Grant Programme for Architecture.

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Publication architect Karsten part of heritage campaign

21 november 2014

Thomas Karsten (1884 – 1945) was one of a small group of modern Dutch architects that included men like Henri Maclaine Pont and C.P. Wolf Schoemaker who developed their careers in the Dutch East Indies in the first half of the twentieth century. Karsten laid the foundations of modern urban Indonesia with work represented in Semarang, Solo, Padang, Palembang and Medan.

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An interim report on supported projects in Indonesia

17 november 2014
The Creative Industries Fund NL has recently supported a number of projects in Indonesia through its Internationalization Programme and the Grant Programme for Architecture. Here you can read more about the results to date for the following projects.
Krill-Office for Resilient Cities and Architecture organized a workshop in Yogyakarta to develop a toolkit for spontaneous urbanization. Bantul, one of the municipalities involved, has now given the undertaking to use these tools in practice.

Mo Smit (COCOCAN) and Annebregje Snijders investigated the possibilities for design-based research about the housing of employees of Dutch multinationals in emerging economies for their Home at Work project. Smit has written a report about this exploratory study.

The August Kemme Foundation is publishing a book about the life and work of architect Thomas Karsten (1884–1945). This publication is part of the city of Semarang’s campaign to be included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2020.
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An interim report on supported projects in Indonesia

17 november 2014

The Creative Industries Fund NL has recently supported a number of projects in Indonesia through its Internationalization Programme and the Grant Programme for Architecture. Here you can read more about the results to date for the following projects.

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Successful Proto Tamansari workshop in Yogyakarta

21 november 2014
The Krill Office for Resilient Cities and Architecture conducted a study of desakota areas in Indonesia. A desakota is an expansive area around a medium- or large-sized city that displays a combination of rural and urban characteristics. After studying the Projo Tamansari desakota, Krill sketched the outlines for a prototype desakota redevelopment.
The research focused on the Projo Tamansari district near Yogyakarta. Krill identified five urgent themes: mobility infrastructure, loss of ‘canopy coverage’ (protection provided by a roof of foliage), resilient agriculture, the village economy, and irrigation and flooding problems. Krill organized a workshop in order to assemble a set of instruments to help address these issues, thus offering alternatives for the unbridled spontaneous urbanization. This toolkit was developed further by interdisciplinary teams of architects and researchers from Indonesia as well as the Netherlands.

The workshop brought the desakota to the attention of local parties in a positive manner. The workshop format was designed to encourage the local community and authorities to become joint stakeholders in the resulting projects. The project also contributed to gaining in-depth knowledge and skills. Bandul Municipal Council has now made the commitment to implement the results of the project.

Parties involved: Krill Office for Resilient Cities and Architecture, Eko Prawoto Architecture Workshop, Felixx Landscape Architects and Planners, Sigit Kusumuwijaya Architecture and Urbanism, SHAU architecture and urbanism, Gajah Mada University, Duta Wacana Christian University, UNESCO-IHE and IHS, Pablo Tittonel (Wageningen University and Research Centre), Leo Haring and Widoyoko.

This research was supported by the Grant Programme for Internationalization.

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Successful Proto Tamansari workshop in Yogyakarta

21 november 2014

The Krill Office for Resilient Cities and Architecture conducted a study of desakota areas in Indonesia. A desakota is an expansive area around a medium- or large-sized city that displays a combination of rural and urban characteristics. After studying the Projo Tamansari desakota, Krill sketched the outlines for a prototype desakota redevelopment.

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Designer presentations at Seoul Design Festival

21 november 2014
One of the major challenges facing modern society is ageing populations. The Netherlands is not alone in having to cope with people living longer – today almost half its population is aged 50 years or more. South Korea is also dealing with exponential growth in the population aged 65 and above. The Creative Industries Fund NL selected 10 Dutch designers to share their perspectives on the social challenges presented by a greying population. They are presenting their products and concepts during the Seoul Design Festival 2014: Well-Aged Life, Well-Balanced Design.
These projects are being showcased at the Holland Pavilion during the Seoul Design Festival (26–30 November). The Fund has published a brochure to draw attention to the projects and products by Dutch designers. It can be downloaded as a PDF on this page. During the festival the designers will also be participating in a comprehensive programme to stimulate intercultural exchange. What parallels are there in Dutch and Korean design approaches? How can designers from these two countries help each other to find fitting responses to these pressing social issues? The Fund will be posting festival reports on this website over the coming weeks.

The selected designers and projects
Jules van den Langenberg - The Medicine Called Fun
Studio Dumbar - Visual Identity Alzheimer Nederland
Anne Feikje Weidema - Re-covered
Inge Kuipers - Tea-Set Touch
Studio Toer - Moti
Julia van Zanten - Protective Underwear
Juliette Huygen - Euthanasia. Tales of Happily Ever After
Lisa Mandemaker - Zero Hour
Harm Rensink - Bed of Olfaction
Michou Nanon de Bruijn - Het NieuwGrijs

Cooperation with the East West Education Center
This project is a collaboration with the East-West Education Center (EWEC) and evolved from a reconnaissance of commercial opportunities for Dutch designers in South Korea. The aim is to strengthen existing contacts and to make an inventory of new international platforms for Dutch Design. It offers participants the chance to establish enduring relationships in South Korea and to expand their international professional activities. The Holland Pavilion is funded by the Design House and the Creative Industries Fund NL.

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Designer presentations at Seoul Design Festival

21 november 2014

One of the major challenges facing modern society is ageing populations. The Netherlands is not alone in having to cope with people living longer – today almost half its population is aged 50 years or more. South Korea is also dealing with exponential growth in the population aged 65 and above. The Creative Industries Fund NL selected 10 Dutch designers to share their perspectives on the social challenges presented by a greying population. They are presenting their products and concepts during the Seoul Design Festival 2014: Well-Aged Life, Well-Balanced Design.

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Government publication about the creative industries

21 november 2014
The creative industries are highly significant for job and wealth creation, as well as for finding solutions to complex social issues. The creative industries are also helping to protect and revitalize cultural heritage, as well as opening the minds of younger generations to its value. This was the conclusion of more than 40 countries from Asia and Europe during the Sixth Asia-Europe Culture Ministers Meeting (ASEM).
The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science produced a publication for this gathering, which took place in Rotterdam from 18 to 21 October. The publication examines the creative industries in the Netherlands, describing the major players in this sector and providing numerous examples of teamwork between the various ‘top sectors’. You can download the English-language PDF here. Dutch and German translations will be available soon.
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Government publication about the creative industries

21 november 2014

The creative industries are highly significant for job and wealth creation, as well as for finding solutions to complex social issues. The creative industries are also helping to protect and revitalize cultural heritage, as well as opening the minds of younger generations to its value. This was the conclusion of more than 40 countries from Asia and Europe during the Sixth Asia-Europe Culture Ministers Meeting (ASEM).

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Dutch Design at Belgrade Design Week

21 november 2014
The organizers of the Belgrade Design Week 2014 invited Zuzanna Skalska (VanBerlo), Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn (Studio Drift) and Ido Garini (Studio Appétit) to facilitate workshops and give lectures during this design event.
The Belgrade Design Week includes Dutch design professionals in its programme every year and thus strives to serve as a catalyst for creativity and knowledge-sharing for the whole of Southeast Europe. Studio Drift talked about its winning proposal for the Kapellbrücke lighting installation in Lucerne, Switzerland. Zuzanna Skalska (Head of Trends at 360inspiration) discussed technology design as a network model that is uniquely Dutch. Ido Garini (Studio Appétit) explained his innovative approach to eating and addressed ways to control our most ravenous appetites. Designboom interviewed Garini about these ‘food cravings’.

Dutch Design at Belgrade Design Week was supported in the context of the Grant Programme for Internationalization. You can read the report in below PDF. Read the interview by Icon Magazine with Studio Drift here.

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Dutch Design at Belgrade Design Week

21 november 2014

The organizers of the Belgrade Design Week 2014 invited Zuzanna Skalska (VanBerlo), Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn (Studio Drift) and Ido Garini (Studio Appétit) to facilitate workshops and give lectures during this design event.

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Pilot project investigates the housing of Indonesian workers

21 november 2014
In the context of the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization, architects Mo Smit (COCOCAN) and Annebregje Snijders investigated the possibilities for design-based research about the housing of people employed by Dutch multinationals in emerging economies for their Home at Work project.
A report by Mo Smit

The Home at Work exploration involved three components: an historical survey of factory villages and cooperative housing for workers in Western Europe; compiling an inventory of the corporate visions of multinationals with regard to housing for workers; and field research into the current living conditions of employees of Dutch multinationals in Indonesia. The exploratory research led to the formulation of a concrete design task for workers’ housing in Indonesia. This assignment presents opportunities for the Dutch design sector and the business community to cooperate with local stakeholders in Indonesia.

The design task: cooperative upgrading of industrial kampongs
Visiting various factory sites on Java provided insight into the devastating impact of industrialization on city and countryside. Discussions with local worker communities, factory directors and government bodies cast light on the spatial, social and ecological problems that are associated with the industrial live-work environment. These insights provided the basis for the actual design task: the cooperative upgrading of existing industrial kampongs (Indonesian working-class neighbourhoods) that surround large-scale factory complexes.

Pilot project by Home at Work
The aim of Home at Work is to implement the design task using a practical pilot project. Besides focusing on housing, the pilot also aims to improve the urban networks for water, energy, mobility, waste, food and materials. The complexity of the design task calls for a cross-sectoral and international approach. During this exploration Home at Work garnered broad support from Dutch as well as Indonesian parties, including the Dutch Embassy, Alliander, MVO Nederland, TU Delft, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung Municipal Council and Bandung Creative City Forum.

The textile industry in Bandung
The exploratory study revealed that Bandung is the textile capital of Indonesia. The textile industry is of great economic significance, for Bandung as well as Indonesia. However, production methods continue to cause considerable social, ecological and economic damage. This context makes the textile industry an interesting case for Home at Work’s design task.
The Mayor of Bandung, Ridwan Kamil, is an architect who is very passionate about making Bandung into a shining example in the realm of Smart Cities & Communities. The local demand for an integral approach to problems associated with the textile industry in Bandung presents opportunities for the Dutch design sector to deploy its knowledge, experience and expertise. Making the textile industry more sustainable offers opportunities for Bandung and the Netherlands to distinguish themselves on the international stage.
Home at Work received supported via the Internationalization Programme.
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Opportunities for architects and urban planners in Albania

3 november 2014
CITYFÖRSTER architecture + urbanism recently completed their investigative study in the context of the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization. Martin Sobota (CITYFÖRSTER) and Paul Gerretsen (Vereniging Deltametropool) undertook a six-day reconnaissance in Albania to explore opportunities for urban planning.
This exploratory visit was prompted by the election of Edi Rama – former Mayor of Tirana and a promoter of architecture and urban planning – as Prime Minister of Albania. ‘There is plenty for our profession to gain and the timing is ideal: the new government is aiming for a dramatic improvement of the coast and the local stakeholders support this,’ Sobota explains. ‘The towns of Divjakë and Xarre were particularly inspiring and the local community was very interested in cooperating.’ One of the key aspects revealed by this reconnaissance was the importance of data collection, such as the development of a ‘smart citizen’ app which can gather data about water quality and involve more locals in the project.
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PICNIC activities during the Catapulta Festival in Mexico

3 november 2014
In the context of the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization, PICNIC investigated the possibility of organizing a PICNIC Festival in Mexico and Brazil. This reconnaissance has already prompted PICNIC to organize a range of activities during the Catapulta social innovation festival in Oaxaca, Mexico, bringing together social investors and social entrepreneurs in order to nurture sustainable social enterprises.
Oaxaca is a hub for organizations which are working on poverty issues to improve the lives of the poorest people in Mexican society. Under the motto ‘Redefine Growth’, PICNIC challenged social entrepreneurs from Mexico and Latin America to develop commercially sustainable and creative solutions for social and environmental issues. The activities that PICNIC organized during Catapulta included a discussion with Gustavo Madrid (director of Casa de Ciudad), Juan Jose Consejo Duenas (director of INSO), Carlos Hernandez (founding director of Fundacion En Via) and Salime Harp (founding director of Studio Xaquixe) as panel members.

Besides visiting the PICNIC Mexico Marketplace, a showcase by 20 Mexican social enterprises, the public could participate in the following workshops:
MakeSense Hold-Up Sessions: Festival participants mined their contacts, resources and networks to actively support social entrepreneurs at the Marketplace with their specific business challenges.
‘Re-designing Growth, One Social Enterprise at a Time’ Design Thinking Workshop: Together with CO_, the initiators of PICNIC Mexico, PICNIC organized this ‘design thinking workshop’ for young social entrepreneurs to help establish and grow their own enterprises.
‘Designing for the Anthropocene’ Workshop: PICNIC gave a design workshop aimed at finding new opportunities in the Anthropocene in conjunction with the New York-based Buckminster Fuller Institute. Director and founder David McConville helped participants to identify novel perspectives to solve social and environmental problems in their particular sectors.
‘Re-design Growth for Water Management’ Workshop: at the invitation of PICNIC and the Dutch Embassy in Mexico, Deltares gave a demo of its interactive ‘water map’ table and its water management game for government representatives and local water management experts.

This project was supported by the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization.

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PICNIC activities during the Catapulta Festival in Mexico

3 november 2014

In the context of the Open Call: Exploring Opportunities for Internationalization, PICNIC investigated the possibility of organizing a PICNIC Festival in Mexico and Brazil. This reconnaissance has already prompted PICNIC to organize a range of activities during the Catapulta social innovation festival in Oaxaca, Mexico, bringing together social investors and social entrepreneurs in order to nurture sustainable social enterprises.

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Creative Industries Fund NL’s Talent Exhibition hits DDW

21 oktober 2014
The opening of the Creative Industries Fund NL’s Talent Exhibition In No Particular Order during the Dutch Design Week was a great success. The presentation of work by creative talents who are being supported by the Grant Programme for Talent Development has already attracted plenty of (international) visitors during the first half of the Dutch Design Week.
On Friday, 24 October there will be various guided tours and presentations about this exhibition at the Schellensfabriek in Eindhoven. You can read more about the exhibition here.

Get a look at the photos of the exhibition’s opening (by Ben Nienhuis) and the installation photos (by Johannes Schwartz). More images can be downloaded via this page.
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Creative Industries Fund NL’s Talent Exhibition hits DDW

21 oktober 2014

The opening of the Creative Industries Fund NL’s Talent Exhibition In No Particular Order during the Dutch Design Week was a great success. The presentation of work by creative talents who are being supported by the Grant Programme for Talent Development has already attracted plenty of (international) visitors during the first half of the Dutch Design Week.

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Consultation sessions at Dutch Design Week

30 september 2014
During the Dutch Design Week (DDW) the Creative Industries Fund NL is holding a consultation session to offer information and advice. The consultation sessions will take place at the Schellensfabriek, situated on the DDW’s Central Area route close to the Van Abbe Museum. Are you keen to learn more about the grants and subsidies offered by the Fund? Make an appointment in advance and pass by!
The Fund is able to provide subsidies for cultural projects in the Netherlands and abroad from its grant programmes for design, e-culture and internationalization. Will you be visiting the DDW and are you a designer with an idea for an innovative project? The Fund will answer your questions and can also offer you advice about formulating a project plan or submitting a grant application.

Design consultation session: Friday, 24 October, 16:00–18:00
Talent Development consultation session: Friday, 24 October, 16:00–18:00
Internationalization consultation session: Friday 24 October, 16:00–18:00
Voordekunst consultation session: Friday, 24 October. Register for the Voordekunst consultation session by filling in this form. You can find out more about the cooperation between the Creative Industries Fund NL and Voordekunst, a crowdfunding for art initiative, by clicking here.

Do you want to find out more about the subsidies and grants offered by the Fund? Make an appointment in advance for the Design, Talent Development and Internationalization consultation sessions on 24 October via info@stimuleringsfonds.nl.

The consultation sessions will be held at the Schellensfabriek, situated on the DDW’s Central Area route close to the Van Abbe Museum.

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Consultation sessions at Dutch Design Week

30 september 2014

During the Dutch Design Week (DDW) the Creative Industries Fund NL is holding a consultation session to offer information and advice. The consultation sessions will take place at the Schellensfabriek, situated on the DDW’s Central Area route close to the Van Abbe Museum. Are you keen to learn more about the grants and subsidies offered by the Fund? Make an appointment in advance and pass by!

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Anne Wenzel wins European Ceramic Context 2014 Prize

7 oktober 2014
From 13 September to 23 November, the European Ceramic Context event is presenting a exhibition of contemporary ceramics by European designers and artists in Bornholm, Denmark. The work of Anne Wenzel was selected as winner of the European Ceramic Context 2014 Prize in the category Established Artist. The jury praised the strong technical qualities and the understanding of the production process that her work conveys, leading to powerful, almost disturbing end results.
The European Ceramic Context 2014 is a collaboration between the Danish Royal Academy of Design Bornholm, School of Design Bornholm, Bornholm Art Museum and Gronbechs Gard exhibition space. They join forces once every three years to organize a European ceramics exhibition in Bornholm, Denmark. As 'National Commissioner', Liesbeth den Besten selected work by Anne Wenzel, Anton Reijnders, Floris Wubben (New Talent category) and Tim Breukers (New Talent category) to represent the Netherlands, in order to highlight recent developments within the field of Dutch ceramics in an international context, where craftsmanship and tradition still predominate.

Each of these four artists presents a different conception of ceramics, an approach that usually emphasizes the material’s plastic and expressive possibilities rather than pure form. Anne Wenzel’s experiments with foaming glaze add a new dimension to the function of glazing: this glaze erodes the underlying layer of clay and thus becomes a means of expression. Anton Reijnders uses ceramics for work that goes beyond the bounds of applied art. Tim Breukers, who is currently working at the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam, is also intent on exploring materials and techniques, thus emphasizing their plastic qualities. Floris Wubben devised and built an extrusion machine with which he presses large quantities of clay (up to 30 kilograms in one go) through profiles.

You can find further information at www.europeanceramiccontext.com. This project is being supported by the Grant Programme for Design.

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Anne Wenzel wins European Ceramic Context 2014 Prize

7 oktober 2014

From 13 September to 23 November, the European Ceramic Context event is presenting a exhibition of contemporary ceramics by European designers and artists in Bornholm, Denmark. The work of Anne Wenzel was selected as winner of the European Ceramic Context 2014 Prize in the category Established Artist. The jury praised the strong technical qualities and the understanding of the production process that her work conveys, leading to powerful, almost disturbing end results.

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