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Steven Heinemann스티븐 하이네만

    Canada, 캐나다
    Studio Artist
    1982 Alfred University, Ceramic Art, MFA
    2017 Retrospective: Culture and Nature, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto, Canada
    2017 Looking Forward/Looking Back, David Kaye Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    2014 somethingiforgottotellyou, David Kaye Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    2013 Ideas of North, Lacoste Gallery, Concord, USA
    2012 Summer Exhibition, Erskine, Hall, and Coe, London, UK
    2012 Recent Work, Galerie Elena Lee, Montreal, Canada
    2011 Heinemann/Phardel, Sante Fe Clay, Sante Fe, USA
    2005 Heinemann/Dam, Galerie Carla Koch, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2004 Recent Work, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York City, USA
    2004 Heinemann, galerie b-15, Munich, Germany
    2004 Bavarian State Prize, Modern Masters, Munich, Germany
    2003 Special Award, World Ceramic Biennale, WOCEF, Icheon, South Korea
    1996 Bronfman Award, Ottawa, Canada
    1988 Prix D'Excellence, National Biennial of Ceramics, Trois Rivieres, Canada
    2017 Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto, Canada
    2016 Keramikmuseum Princesshof, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
    2013 Museum Bojmans Von Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
    2006 The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
    2003 World Ceramic Centre, Icheon, South Korea
    2001 Mint Museum of Art and Design, Charlotte, USA
    2000 Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
    1999 Museum of Art and Design, New York City, USA
    1998 Museum of Fine Art, Montreal, Canada
    1997 Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

나는 오랜 인류 사용의 역사가 있는 유기 재료인 점토가 자연환경과 문명 세계에 역사적으로나 지질연대적으로나 아주 중요하게 관련되어 있음을 인식하게 되었다. 그래서 나에게 물리적인 사실들은 이질적으로 보이는 것들 간의 관계를 생각하게 하는 다양한 기회를 제시한다. 인간의 활동과 자연적인 과정, 심사숙고와 운, 과거와 현재, 보이는 것과 느껴지는 것을 연결하면서 이질적으로 보이는 것들 사이에 연계감을 형성한다.

I have come to recognize that clay, as an organic material with a long history of human use, can offer a substantial link to both the natural and cultural worlds, to historical as well as geological time. To me, the physical facts suggest diverse opportunities for considering relationships among seemingly disparate things. Connections emerge, linking human activity and natural processes, deliberation-chance, past-present, and what is seen by what is sensed.