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Dagdelen, Canan Sen.Lect. MMag.art.

title
The Ghosts of Sunday Morning
subtitle
50 th anniversery of EKWC
type
group exhibition
keywords
floor piece, sculptural art
texts
“Adamson has chosen works that explicitly address the tension between transience and eternity, such as the impressions of their bodies in clay that Canan Dagdelen and the duo Stephanie Davidson and Katie Ewald made. Work by Anish Kapoor, Tim Breukers, Tony Cragg, Johan Creten, Babs Haenen and Andrew Lord has also been ‘ghosted’ in this way.“ EKWC is the one of the best work center worldwide for ceramics, where I have been as an artist in residence in 2001. It was a great time, and it gave me the chance to work for the first time in big scales. My choosen work "Untitled" is today in an important private collection in Istanbul.
artists
Anish Kapoor, Tim Breukers, Tony Cragg, Johan Creten, Babs Haenen and Andrew Lord
curators
Glenn Adamson
contributors
Canan Dagdelen
contribution
date, opening and location
date
2019-03-02 – 2019-05-19
opening
date
2019-03-08
location
Design Museum Den Bosch, ’s-Hertogenbosch, Niederlande
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