Déshabillé, series 02, vase 01 at the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale

2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale

Déshabillé, series 02, vase 01 awarded Special Prize

We are extremely proud to have been selected to show at the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale and to announce that the jury members awarded our piece Déshabillé, series 02, vase 01 a Special Prize.  The exhibition is taking place at the Yingge Ceramics Museum from November 20, 2020 to May 09, 2021.

This year’s Biennale invited senior ceramicists, professors of ceramic art, curators, and directors of arts and cultural organization from the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan to form an international panel. The jury members are Yulin Lee, Director of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts; Sandra Benadretti Pellard, Chief curator emeritus of the Magnelli Museum and Ceramics Museum of Vallauris.; Hsin-Tian Liao, General-Director of National Museum of History; Ching-Yuan Chang, Professor at the Tainan National University of the Arts; Martin Smith, Professor Emeritus of Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art; Toshio Matsui, Director of the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park; and Arief Yudi, Curator of the 5th Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale. They selected the winners after preliminary and final selections.

Photo credit: Yingge Ceramics Museum

Take a virtual tour of the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale >
Find out more about the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale >

2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale

Déshabillé, series 02, vase 01 awarded Special Prize

We are extremely proud to have been selected to show at the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale and to announce that the jury members awarded our piece Déshabillé, series 02, vase 01 a Special Prize.  The exhibition is taking place at the Yingge Ceramics Museum from November 20, 2020 to May 09, 2021.

This year’s Biennale invited senior ceramicists, professors of ceramic art, curators, and directors of arts and cultural organization from the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan to form an international panel. The jury members are Yulin Lee, Director of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts; Sandra Benadretti Pellard, Chief curator emeritus of the Magnelli Museum and Ceramics Museum of Vallauris.; Hsin-Tian Liao, General-Director of National Museum of History; Ching-Yuan Chang, Professor at the Tainan National University of the Arts; Martin Smith, Professor Emeritus of Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art; Toshio Matsui, Director of the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park; and Arief Yudi, Curator of the 5th Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale. They selected the winners after preliminary and final selections.

Photo credit: Yingge Ceramics Museum

Take a virtual tour of the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale >
Find out more about the 2020 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale >

Upcoming Julie and Jesse Studio Tour

Studio tour

Studio tours 
Saturday December 5 at 11 am
Saturday December 12 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

Register for the studio tour here >

Studio tour

Studio tours 
Saturday November 28 at 11 am
Saturday December 5 at 11 am

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

Register for the studio tour here >

Terra Mobiles at PMQ Hong Kong, Photos

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Very thankful to have shown Terra Mobiles at PMQ, a project that engages the public, encourages participation and embraces the spirit of collaboration in a time of social distancing.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: PMQ

Re-edit

Very thankful to have shown Terra Mobiles at PMQ, a project that engages the public, encourages participation and embraces the spirit of collaboration in a time of social distancing.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: PMQ


Pocket Garden at Soho House Hong Kong, Photos

Critically Homemade

A Design Trust initiative

Featuring over 70 unique prototypes by artists, designers and architects from around the world.

“DESIGN TRUST: Critically Homemade” has been a micro-initiative rooted in the idea of community, recognizing its essential role in paving a positive and productive road forward. This micro-initiative conceptualised by Marisa Yiu (Co-Founder / Executive Director of Design Trust) expresses innovation, reflection, lightness and hope, where small acts of making, and gestures of generosity expand to more support within and around communities.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: Design Trust

Critically Homemade

A Design Trust initiative

Featuring over 70 unique prototypes by artists, designers and architects from around the world.

“DESIGN TRUST: Critically Homemade” has been a micro-initiative rooted in the idea of community, recognizing its essential role in paving a positive and productive road forward. This micro-initiative conceptualised by Marisa Yiu (Co-Founder / Executive Director of Design Trust) expresses innovation, reflection, lightness and hope, where small acts of making, and gestures of generosity expand to more support within and around communities.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: Design Trust