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Claire Curneen클레어 커닌

    Ireland, 아일랜드
    1991 Cardiff institute of higher education, Ceramics, Masters
    1990 University of Ulster, N Ireland, Ceramics, Postgraduate diploma
    1989 Crawford college of art and design Ireland, Ceramics, Diploma
    2018 European Ceramic Context, Bornholm Art Museum, Bornholm, Denmark
    2018 Criminal Ornamentation, Yinka Shonabare curates the Arts Council Collection, Attenborough Arts Centre(touring), leicester, England UK
    2017 Collect Oprn, Saatchi Gallery, Crafts council of England, London, England UK
    2015 Fragile, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, Wales UK
    2014 To This I Put My Name, Ruthin Craft Centre, Ruthin, Wales UK
    2013 New Blue and White, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
    2017 Outstanding Exhibit, Collect Open, Crafts Council, London, UK
    2012 Creative Wales Ambassador Award, Arts Council of Wales, Cardiff, Wales UK
    2001 Gold Medal, National Eisteddfod of Wales, National Eisteddfod of Wales, Denbigh, Wales UK
    2018 Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
    2015 National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, UK
    2015 Mint Museum, Charlotte, USA
    2015 Kennedy Museum of Art, USA
    2014 Centre for Ceramic Art York Museum, York, UK
    2008 Taipei Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
    2005 Icheon World Ceramic Centre, Icheon, Rep. of Korea
    2003 Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
    2016 International Ceramics Studio Kecskemet, International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
    2000 invited artist, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA
    2000 invited artist, Crawford Arts Centre, St.Andrews, Scotland UK

클레어 커닌은 인간성을 통렬하게 보여주는 구상 조각품을 만든다. 흰색 포슬린 점토를 손으로 빚어 만든 그의 작품은 상실, 고통, 희생, 재탄생이라는 인간 모두에 공통된 주제를 다룬다. 때로는 흰색 포슬린에 푸른 색이나 황금색을 가미하기도 한다. 반투명의 깨지기 쉬운 포슬린의 물성은 인간의 상태와 경험에 대한 은유이다.

Claire Curneen creates figurative sculptures that poignantly reflect on humanity. Universal themes of loss, suffering, sacrifice and rebirth underpin her works. Hand-built in white porcelain, sometimes with touches of blue or gold, their translucent and fragile qualities offer metaphors through which we can consider the human condition and experience.