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《陶瓷新时代》——探讨陶瓷艺术前沿

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在过去的几十年里,陶艺艺术家们已经开始将陶瓷这一艺术推向一个戏剧性的新发展方向,用一种几乎与人类文明一样古老的工艺制作出了极具创新性的雕塑。这些艺术家不再满足于传统的装饰花瓶或功能性物品,他们采用了各种各样的新鲜方法,融合了幽默、环保意识和一系列不同寻常的技巧。他们不仅是在建造东西,更是在摧毁它们,在重新利用碎片之前把物体分解成碎片,或者把他们自己的创造物打造成永久性的损坏。银杏出版社(Gingko Press)出版了汉娜•斯托弗(Hannah Stouffer)的新书,书中收录了近40位这样的艺术家。该出版物包括180张照片的过程中的细节,和艺术家的最终作品,如泽梅尔·贝利,杰西卡·哈里森,杰西·里瓦·库珀,乔恩·阿拉米达,Hitomi Hosono等。

Jess Riva CooperOver the last few decades, artists working with ceramics have begun to push the medium in dramatic new directions, producing wildly innovative sculptures with a craft that’s existed almost as long as human civilization itself. No longer satisfied with traditional decorative vases or functional objects, these artists have embraced a wide variety of refreshing approaches that incorporate humor, environmental awareness, and an array of unusual techniques. Not only are they building things up, but also tearing them down, reducing objects to shards before repurposing the fragments, or pummeling their own creations into damaged permanence. Nearly 40 such artists have been gathered into a new book out this week from Gingko Press titled The New Age of Ceramics by Hannah Stouffer. The publication includes 180 photos of in-process details, intimate studio visits, and final works from artists like Zemer Peled, Jessica Harrison, Jess Riva Cooper, Jon Alameda, Hitomi Hosono, and many others. The book release was accompanied by an exhibition at the Dave Frey Gallery that runs through December 9th, 2016. “The tangibility of the material is something I feel really drawn to, and feel there is a great importance in sharing that, as we stray further from this connection to traditional mediums and become more invested with technology,Stouffer shares with Colossal. The New Age of Ceramics is now available in bookstores and through The Colossal Shop. Hitomi HosonoJennifer McCurdyLivia MarinCrystal MoreyKate McDowellRichard ShawZemer PeledClaire Shaw
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