Ann Van Hoey

Works

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Biography

In the work of Belgian ceramic artist Ann Van Hoey, everything seems to originate from a flawless order and geometric logic. Even the origami-like incisions that interrupt the pure form of the circle or of the hemisphere express the will to reach perfection and contribute to a new purity, that of creation.

With deceptive ease, Ann Van Hoey succeeds in bringing about a new order and a new logic that are her own, the order and logic of a clear

and pure line that seems almost compass-drawn, aiming for a technically impeccable result and an aesthetic that is as simple as it is seductive.

Ann Van Hoey Portrait

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GROUP SHOW

2015
Contemporary Ceramics, Officine Saffi Gallery, Milan, Italy
Galerie du Don, Le Fel, France
Collect, London, UK

2014
SOFA CHICAGO, Art Fair, Officine Saffi Gallery, Chicago, USA

2013
Collect, London, UK
Collective1 New York, USA
Ventura Lambrate, Milan, Italy
Art Design, The Power Station of Arts, Shanghai, China

2012
SOFA, New York, USA

2011
The KOCEF Collection, Icheon World Ceramic Center, Korea
Tea for Two, Officine Saffi Gallery, Milan, Italy

2010
Modern Masters, Munchen, Germany


SOLO SHOW

2013
Terra Delft Gallery, Delft, Netherlands

2012
Solo show at Museum van Deinze en de Leiestreek, Deinze, Belgium

2011
Puls Contemporary Ceramics, Brussel, Belgium
Ann Van Hoey – Gustavo Pérez, Galerie Marianne Brand, mostra personale, Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland

2010
Galerie du Don, Le Fel, Ann Van Hoey – Ashraf Hanna – Agnès His, Frane

2009
Galerie Hélène Porée, mostra personale, Paris, France

2008
Puls Contemporary Ceramics, Ann Van Hoey – Gustavo Pérez, Brussel, Belgium

Exhibitions

Contemporary Ceramic Art.Bassa

Contemporary Ceramics

From 18 November 2015 to 5 January 2016


Officine Saffi Ceramic Art @Pietrasanta

Officine Saffi Contemporary Ceramic Art @Pietrasanta

From 21 September 2014 to 18 October 2014


Officine Saffi Gallery Tea For Two

Tea for Two

A teapot and two cups made by twenty-three ceramic artists

From 30 November 2011 to 1 March 2012