Upcoming exhibition at Sheng Gallery, Qingdao

Ware & Weather

Sheng Gallery

Featuring works from Ann Van Hoey, Felicity Aylieff, Peter Pincus, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Monika Patusynska, Marta Armada, Wan Liya, Julie & Jesse.

Where
Sheng Gallery, 8-1-5502 Huarun YueFu, Shandong Road 68, Qingdao, China

When
April 7 to June 3rd 2019

Ware & Weather

Sheng Gallery

Featuring works from Ann Van Hoey, Felicity Aylieff, Peter Pincus, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Monika Patusynska, Marta Armada, Wan Liya, Julie & Jesse.

Where
Sheng Gallery, 8-1-5502 Huarun YueFu, Shandong Road 68, Qingdao, China

When
April 7 to June 3rd 2019


Qingdao Ceramic Exhibition, Photos

Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition

Innovation in Ceramic Vessel's evolution

For the Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition curated by Wan Liya we unveiled 10 new “Fragment(s) vase C” and a new piece from the “Déshabillé” series.

We are very proud to have been showing alongside Masahiro Mori, Koie Ryoji, Ann Van Hoey, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Janet Deboos, Marta Armada, Masamichi Yoshikawa, Monika Patuszynska, Osamu Kojima, Peter Pincus, Takuro Kuwata, Jae Hoon choi, Chen Guanghui, Ching Yuan Chang, Dai Yuxiang, Jin Weiwei, Wan Liya and Lu Bin.

Here are a few images of the show opening at the Peony Pavilion in Qingdao on September 21st 2018.

Photo Credit: Julie Progin

Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition

Innovation in Ceramic Vessel's evolution

For the Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition curated by Wan Liya we unveiled 10 new “Fragment(s) vase C” and a new piece from the “Déshabillé” series.

We are very proud to have been showing alongside Masahiro Mori, Koie Ryoji, Ann Van Hoey, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Janet Deboos, Marta Armada, Masamichi Yoshikawa, Monika Patuszynska, Osamu Kojima, Peter Pincus, Takuro Kuwata, Jae Hoon choi, Chen Guanghui, Ching Yuan Chang, Dai Yuxiang, Jin Weiwei, Wan Liya and Lu Bin.

Here are a few images of the show opening at the Peony Pavilion in Qingdao on September 21st 2018.

Photo Credit: Julie Progin


Upcoming exhibition in Qingdao

Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition

Innovation in Ceramic Vessel's evolution

We are proud to be a part of Daily Accumulate – Innovation in Ceramic vessel’s evolution

Curator:
Wan Liya

Artists:
Masahiro Mori, Koie Ryoji, Ann Van Hoey, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Janet Deboos, Julie & Jesse, Marta Armada, Masamichi Yoshikawa, Monika Patuszynska, Osamu Kojima, Peter Pincus, Takuro Kuwata, Jae Hoon choi, Chen Guanghui, Ching Yuan Chang, Dai Yuxiang, Jin Weiwei, Wan Liya, Lu Bin

Date
21 September 2018 – 07 October 2018

Venue
Peony Pavilion, Zhongshan Park, Qingdao

Qingdao International Ceramic Exhibition

Innovation in Ceramic Vessel's evolution

We are proud to be a part of Daily Accumulate – Innovation in Ceramic vessel’s evolution

Curator:
Wan Liya

Artists:
Masahiro Mori, Koie Ryoji, Ann Van Hoey, Bodil Manz, Jacques Kaufmann, Janet Deboos, Julie & Jesse, Marta Armada, Masamichi Yoshikawa, Monika Patuszynska, Osamu Kojima, Peter Pincus, Takuro Kuwata, Jae Hoon choi, Chen Guanghui, Ching Yuan Chang, Dai Yuxiang, Jin Weiwei, Wan Liya, Lu Bin

Date
21 September 2018 – 07 October 2018

Venue
Peony Pavilion, Zhongshan Park, Qingdao


Confluence.20+ exhibition at the Chicago Design Museum, Photos

Confluence.20+ exhibition

Chicago Design Museum

For the last edition of Confluence • 20+ we unveiled our their latest experimental porcelain projects called “Déshabillé” and “Clay Bodies”.

We also created an interactive installation transforming part of the display into a live ceramic studio in which we produced a unique edition of our Fragment(s) project, casting discarded moulds brought directly from the factories of Jingdezhen, China.

The exhibition ran from the 13th of October to the 4th of November 2017 at the Chicago Design Museum. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Julie Progin

Confluence.20+ exhibition

Chicago Design Museum

For the last edition of Confluence • 20+ we unveiled our their latest experimental porcelain projects called “Déshabillé” and “Clay Bodies”.

We also created an interactive installation transforming part of the display into a live ceramic studio in which we produced a unique edition of our Fragment(s) project, casting discarded moulds brought directly from the factories of Jingdezhen, China.

The exhibition ran from the 13th of October to the 4th of November 2017 at the Chicago Design Museum. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Julie Progin


Upcoming exhibition at the Chicago Design Museum

Confluence. 20+

Creative Ecologies of Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.

“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

www.confluence20.hk

Date
14 October – 5 November

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday: noon-7:00pm
Sunday and Monday closed

Venue
3/F Block Thirty Seven,
108 North State Street,
Chicago, IL 60602

Free admission and open to public.

Confluence. 20+

Creative Ecologies of Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.

“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

www.confluence20.hk

Date
14 October – 5 November

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday: noon-7:00pm
Sunday and Monday closed

Venue
3/F Block Thirty Seven,
108 North State Street,
Chicago, IL 60602

Free admission and open to public.


Confluence.20+ exhibition at DDP, Seoul Photos

Confluence.20+ exhibition

Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

For the Hong Kong Design Centre’s Confluence • 20+ Seoul exhibition, we presented Fragment(s), Irony and Erosion. The exhibition ran from the 26th of August to the 16th of September 2017 at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Candice Yau, Amy Chow, Chi Wing Lee & Hong Kong Design Centre

Confluence.20+ exhibition

Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

For the Hong Kong Design Centre’s Confluence • 20+ Seoul exhibition, we presented Fragment(s), Irony and Erosion. The exhibition ran from the 26th of August to the 16th of September 2017 at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Candice Yau, Amy Chow, Chi Wing Lee & Hong Kong Design Centre


Upcoming exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

Confluence. 20+

Creative Ecologies of Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.

“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

www.confluence20.hk

Date
26 of August to 16 of September 2017

Opening Hours
To be confirmed

Venue
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul, South Korea

Free admission and open to public.

Confluence. 20+

Creative Ecologies of Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.

“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

www.confluence20.hk

Date
26 of August to 16 of September 2017

Opening Hours
To be confirmed

Venue
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul, South Korea

Free admission and open to public.


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