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Jesse Wine

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Jesse Wine (Born in Chester, lives and works in London)

Jesse Wine

Born in 1983 in Chester, and now living and working in London. Jesse Wine gained his BA Fine Art from Camberwell College of Art (2007), and his MA Fine Art at Royal College of Art (2010). His work combines humour, biography and art history. While Wine's work is multi-disciplinary, he often describes himself as a ceramicist. His recent work, mostly using clay, has an erudite take on the medium, using its history, its alliance with craft and its placement within the visual arts. His works reveal a fascination with the medium and the process of making, as well as underlining issues of form and display. Recent and forthcoming solo shows include BALTIC Centre for Contemporary art, Gateshead, UK; Galerie Hussenot, paris, FR; Mary Mary Gallery, Glasgow, UK; Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, UK (All 2014); BolteLang, Zurich, CH; Offspaceprojekt, Bernkastel, DE (all 2015); South London Gallery, London, UK; Limoncello, London, UK; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK (All 2014)


2013 Ceramics Fellow, Camden Arts Centre, London
2010 MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London
2010 Erasmus, Hunter College, New York
2007 BA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Arts, London

Forthcoming / Current Exhibitions


BolteLang, Zürich (Feb)


'Young man red', BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (Nov) - solo

Solo Exhibitions


'You Can't Beat Nature,' Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno
'Chester man', Mary Mary, Glasgow
'Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs,' Cactus, Liverpool (with Glen Pudvine)


'People', Tunisi Court, London
'Travelling White Man', CO2 Gallery, Rome
'Simbolico', Fondazione Macc, Calasetta, Sardinia


'Practice of the Wild', Limoncello, London


'Modern Tone', The Sunday Painter, London
'Dax Wax', Hayward Gallery, Concrete Café, London


'Every Portrait A Self Portrait, Kinda Like Every Pizza A Masterpiece', Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York
'Meat and Eggs', The Bun House, London

Group Exhibitions


'Tomorrow: London', South London Gallery, London
'To Continue. Notes towards a Sculpture Cycle', NOMAS Foundation, Rome
'Bloody English', OHWOW, Los Angeles
'If this is left, what about right', Kate Werble, New York
'Hey, I'm Mr Poetic,' Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
'Pleasure Principles,' Fondation d'Enterprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris


'Mud and Water', Rokeby, London
Two-Person Show, Marquise Dancehall, Istanbul
Two-Person show with Jackson Sprague, Hobbs Mclaughlin, London
'The Fresh Air Collection', Space Studios, London
'Open Heart Surgery', The Moving Museum, London
'Sculpturing', 2 Queens, Leicester
Rokeby, London
PAMI, London
Young London 2013, V22, London
'Al Fresco', Great Fosters, Ascot (curated by Marcelle Joseph)
MOSTYN Open 18, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno


'DUTY FREE', Arkasşirket Foundation, Kilyos, IT House of Voltaire, 17a Adams Row, London
'Minstrel & Chronicle', Hannah Barry Gallery, London
'Mocha non-truth', Cul De Sac, London
'Original/ Copy I', Pele's Empire, London
'Re-Run', Banner-Repeater, London


Stay: January 22, 2015 - March 17, 2015
Co-organized by:The Agency of Cultural Affairs (Bunkacho)
Event: "At the still point of the turning world..." - a salon event curated by Gina Buenfeld (February 21, 2015)
Related: Tokyo Correspondence (Camden Arts Centre website)
    At the Still Point of the Turning World (Camden Arts Centre website)
Report for Artist in Residency:

Young man red
Installation view, BALTIC centre for contemporary art, Newcastle

Young man red
Installation view, BALTIC centre for contemporary art, Newcastle

Glazed ceramic
34 x 40 x 41cm

Fruit & veg team
Glazed ceramic
41 x 36 x 40cm


Caroline Achaintre

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Caroline Achaintre (Born in 1969 in France, lives and works in Germany)

Caroline Achaintre

Caroline Achaintre (FR, 1969). Born in France and raised in Germany, Achaintre trained as a blacksmith before travelling to London with the prestigious DAAD scholarship to study at Chelsea School of Art & Design and Goldsmiths College, London. Solo exhibitions include the Present / Future Illy Prize at Castello di Rivoli, Turin, IT from November 7 and currently at Tate Britain, London, UK until June 2015 as part of the BP Contemporary Spotlight programme Her works belong to Museum collections that include FRAC, Aquitaine, FR, Musée d'Art moderne de al Ville de Paris, FR and the Southampton City Art Gallery, UK. The artist lives and works in London.

Stay: January 27, 2015 - March 22, 2015
Co-organized by:The Agency of Cultural Affairs (Bunkacho)
Event: "At the still point of the turning world..." - a salon event curated by Gina Buenfeld (February 21, 2015)
Report for Artist in Residency:

AstraY, 2014, hand tufted wool, 275 x 208 cm

Mola, 2014, ceramic, 22 x 35 x 20 cm (installation view Tate Britain)

Fevver, 2008, hand tufted wool, 220 x 115 cm
( ceramics on display furniture Bric a Brac and Prim Lo, 2014, installation view Tate Britain)


Elodie Hiryczuk

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Elodie Hiryczuk (Born in 1977, Avignon, France)


In her photographic works and installations Elodie Hiryczuk investigates the role of photography in shaping our perception of the world. She is particularly interested in our visual experience of space in relation to architecture and nature. Since 2001 she has been collaborating with artist Sjoerd van Oevelen under the name Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen. Their practice can be seen as a series of experiments proposing visual alternatives to the conventional depiction of space. By using different modes of representation such as perspectival drawing systems and optical illusions, they create photographs which perturb mental clichés at both conceptual and formal levels.

Hiryczuk attended the Sandberg Institute and the Gerrit Rietveld Academie of Arts & Design in Amsterdam. Her work was exhibited at, amongst others, Museum de Paviljoens in Almere, DordtYart in Dordrecht, Contemporary Istanbul (Turkey), gallery Andriesse - Eyck in Amsterdam, and Skaftfell Centre for Visual Arts/ Bokasafn in Seydisfjördur (Iceland). In 2005 Hiryczuk and Van Oevelen received a Red Dot Award and in 2007 they were nominated for the 13th Van Bommel Van Dam Prize. Elodie Hiryczuk lives and work in Amsterdam.


Stay: January 19, 2015 - April 17, 2015
Founder: Mondriaan Fonds
The 7th "Yebizo" Yebisu International Festival for the Art and Alternative Visions 2015 partnership program
AIT ARTIST TALK#66 Elodie Hiryczuk (March 2, 2015, 19:00 - 21:00 at AIT Room Daikanyama)

Sequoia - Shadow-Light-Reflection series, 2013
pigment print on archival paper, 120 x 90 cm, 2 parts

Perspective of Disappearance, 2008
cibachrome print in lightbox, 190 x 235 x 60 cm

Girl Making a Model of a Landscape - Sceneries series, 2005-2007
pigment print on archival paper, 100 x 100 cm

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