KERAMIEK TRIËNNALE 2021
CODA Museum Apeldoorn – March to May 2021
Figurative and abstract, monumental, or small and extremely detailed. Pot shapes, sculptures and objects, shown alongside wall and floor installations. From 7 March to 30 May, CODA Museum presented Keramiek Triënnale 2021, an exhibition that CODA realises in collaboration with the Nederlandse Vakgroep Keramisten (NVK). De Keramiek Triënnale 2021 showed the work of 48 artists from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Luxemburg, Ireland, England, Romania and Slovenia. The work of the selected artists guarantees a varied exhibition, with which CODA and NVK gave an overview of current contemporary ceramics in Europe. CODA Museum’s Keramiek Triënnale also included the ceramic works of Couzijn van Leeuwen and the jewellery of Judith Bloedjes. Van Leeuwen passed away in the summer of 2019 and made a name for himself with his cardboard artworks and installations. The ceramic work of Van Leeuwen, who originally trained as a sculptor, is much lesser-known but forms an important part of CODA’s The Netherlands Collection. Judith Bloedjes gaves visitors an impression of her oeuvre, method and sources of inspiration in the Poetic ceramics exhibition.
Keramiek Triënnale 2021
CODA Museum Apeldoorn, Vosselmanstraat 299, NL-7311 CL Apeldoorn, The Netherlands