9 April 2019
This week, we are lucky to exhibit with the Dutch Invertuals in Milano. Along with designers such as Raw Color, Martens&Visser, Max Lipsey and many others, we worked on the subject of "THE CIRCLE".
We created new pieces mixing brass and ceramic textures made with our dripping machine!
All the information here:
19 February 2019
Our ceramic research will be exhibited for Material district Rotterdam in March, 12th to 14th. You can find a few pieces, from the firsts steps of our research until the last one we made: the open-structures.
See you there!
Material District Rotterdam
Dates & opening hours:
Tuesday, 12 March 2019: 10:30 – 18:30
Wednesday, 13 March 2019: 10:30 – 20:30
Thursday, 14 March 2019: 10:30 – 17:30
3084 BA Rotterdam
13 February 2019
The (amazing!) Modern Design Review Gallery in London, Coal Drops Yard will feature our MOCA Open-structures from the 15th of February until the end of March. The ceramics will be part of the exhibition Crowd Pleaser (People who pot).
"In just a short period of time we’ve seen a meteoric rise in the status of studio pottery. Today, ceramic is a go-to material for expressive designers and ceramicists alike.
Crowd Pleaser (People Who Pot) brings together works by a wide range of these makers in a riotous celebration of contemporary studio pottery. The show at MDR Gallery will demonstrate the profusion and range of work currently being made at this point of ‘peak ceramic’."
Stable St, Kings Cross,
London N1C 4DR, UK
20 December 2018
12 December 2018
Last month, we were attending the opening of STUCCO STORIES exhibition from BUREAU EUROPA in Maastricht.
You can find for the first time our pieces in a museum setting, along with other designers projects (Studio Unfold ceramics, ). The exhibition will last until March 2018.
13 November 2018
Stucco Stories is an exhibition which take a close look at the rich heritage and traditions of stucco arts and crafts produced by Swiss migrants in the 18th century. Bureau Europa will review the craft, the tools, the techniques, and materials of stucco, from the Roman period to the present, via hand craft, industrial processes, and contemporary techniques.
Three pieces from our project MOCA will be displayed alongside other designers projects for the contemporary part of the exhibition.
Feel free to visit it!
6 November 2018
Studio JOACHIM-MORINEAU will be part of 2019 edition of OBJECT Rotterdam, with MOCA, our ceramic research based on the dripping machine.
It will take place in the HAKA building, the 8-9-10th February 2019 in Rotterdam. See you there!
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