Elke Sada & Gareth Mason // Musee Ariana in Geneva

Turdus Iliacus (Hallstattpiece) // 2011 // 50 cm // Engobes and glazes on black clay

Elke Sada // Turdus Iliacus (Hallstattpiece) // 2011 // 50 cm // Engobes and glazes on black clay

Elke Sada and Gareth Mason have been selected for the current exhibition in the Collection of the Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass: Museè Ariana in Geneva, now through November 16, 2014.

The collections at Ariana Museum reflect the diversity of the current ceramic art scene, both in the field of ceramic sculpture, figurative or abstract, as well as in installation practices or containers. Their acquisitions made over the past decade reflect the richness of creation rooted both in material (earth) and ancestral practice, while still remaining relevant today. This new exhibition brings together representative works acquired between the years of 2006 and 2014.

Gareth Mason // Base Surge // 2006-2010 // 17.25 x 12.25 x 12.25 inches // Porcelain, stoneware, mixed media, lustre

Gareth Mason // Base Surge // 2006-2010 // 17.25 x 12.25 x 12.25 inches // Porcelain, stoneware, mixed media, lustre

Sada and Mason are included among the following artists: Philippe Barde (Switzerland, 1955), Claudi Casanovas (Spain, 1956), Michael Cleff (Germany, 1961), Ursula Commander (Germany, 1958), Margareta Daepp (Switzerland, 1949), Bernard Dejonghe (France, 1942), Gundi Dietz (Austria, 1942), Carmen Dionyse (Belgium, 1921-2013), Sophie Favre (France, 1950), Futamura Yoshimi (Japan/France, 1959), Lea Georg (Switzerland, 1963), Christian Gonzenbach (Switzerland, 1975), Adriana Hartley (Switzerland, 1973), Louise Hindsgavl (Denmark, 1973), Ann van Hoey (Netherlands, 1956), Audrius Janusonis (Lithuania, 1968), Myung-Joo Kim (South Korea, 1973), Rebecca Maeder (Switzerland, 1978), Gareth Mason (UK, 1965), Valda I. Podkalne (Latvia, 1951), Elke Sada (Germany, 1965), Katharine Scarfe Beckett (UK, 1972), Esther Shimazu (Hawaii, 1957), Gerda Smolik (Austria, 1951), Akio Takamori (Japan/USA, 1950), and Betty Woodman (United States, 1930).

Read more about the exhibition // 
View more Elke Sada at Mindy Solomon Gallery
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View more Gareth Mason at Mindy Solomon Gallery //

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