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Andrew Burton앤드류 버튼

    UK, 영국
    Professor of Art
    1986 Newcastle University, Fine Art, MFA
    1983 Newcastle University, Fine Art, BA Hons
    2018 The Orangery Urns, National Trust Gibside, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
    2016 Iron, Bark, Clay, Bathurst Art Gallery, Bathurst, Australia
    2015 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
    2015 Gyeonngi International Ceramic Biennale, KOCEF, Icheon, South Korea
    2014 Monument, Sainsburcy Centre for Visual Art, Norwich, UK
    2011 Making Bithooras, National Craft Museum, Delhi, India
    2010 Tierra del Fuego, Center for European and Chinese Art, Xiamen, China
    2010 Shanghai World Expo, Shanghai World Expo, Shanghai, China
    2008 Ceramics & Creation, Magnelli Museum Vallauris, Vallauris, France
    2008 Architectural Ceramics, ClayArch Museum, Gimhae, South Korea
    2015 Gold Prize, GICB 2015, KOCEF, Icheon, South Korea
    2013 International Artist, Andrea Stretton Memorial Prize, Perth Prize Committee, Perth, Australia
    2010 Sculpture Prize, Vallauris Ceramics Biennale, allauris Ceramics Biennale, Vallauris, France
    2015 KOCEF, Icheon, South Korea
    2013 sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus, Denmark
    2010 Vallauris city, Vallauris, France
    2010 Shanghai City, Shanghai, China
    2008 Canary Wharf, London, UK
    2006 Roya Borough of Kensington, London, UK
    2006 european ceramics Wor Centre, 'sHertogenbosch, NL
    2016 Artist Residency, Hill End Artist Residency Trust, Bathurst, Australia
    2016 Artist Residency, Bundanon Trust, New South Wales, Australia
    2011 Center for Chinese and European Art, Centre for Chinese and European Art, Xiamen, China
    2008 Architectura Ceramics, ClayArch Museum, Gimhae, Korea
    2006 EKWC, EWC, 's-Hertogenbosch, NL

앤드류 버튼은 기(器)를 만든다. 그는 기의 단순한 형태를 통하여 인간의 심오한 작업에 대하여 질문한다. 그는 때로는 작은 벽돌들, 때로는 거대한 점토판들을 쌓아 올려 작품을 만든다. 이 작품은 조각, 건축, 실용적 기물 들간의 상호관계를 탐구하고 있다.

Andrew Burton makes vessels, but he uses this simple form to ask questions about the profoundly human activity of making. Sometimes built up from tiny bricks, other times from huge slabs of clay, his vessels in this exhibition explore the interrelationships between sculpture, architecture and functional form.