Shelter 14, will be exhibited in The White Room at Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney, in March 2017.
Vicki Grima, Shelter 14, 2017, 14 objects, Lumina mid-fire porcelain, clear glaze, gold lustre, 34 x 29 x 4cm; photo: Greg Piper
Opening Thursday 2 March, 6–8pm
The White Room: Contemporary Ceramics; curated by Sean Morris
An exhibition of contemporary ceramics that pushes the medium, while paring ceramics back to its sources of purity, ritual and light. Curated by Sean Morris this exhibition will feature one or two pieces from each artist in an all-white show to emphasise the texture of pottery now. The artists taking part are Avi Amesbury, Tony Bond, Somchai Charoen, Alice Couttoupes, Lynda Draper, Merran Esson, Danica Firulovic, Vicki Grima, Shaun Hayes, Ingrid, Ruth Ju-Shih Li, Bronwyn Kemp, Chantal Labbe, Machiko Motoi, Cherie Peyton, Natalie Rosin, Simon Reece and Jo Wood.
“The White Room” title is taken from the album by The KLF who were famed for burning all the money they earned in a boat shed on Jura.
KLF – Kiln Load Fire !
Coincidentally in 2017 (after 23 years) The KLF will make a statement on why they burned all their money.
Exhibition dates: 1–25 March
Stanley Street Gallery, 1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
T: 02 9368 1142; M: 0407 406 414
Wed to Fri, 11am – 6pm; Sat, 11am – 5pm or by appointment