Mariko Wada

Aquarium I

2015

stoneware, glaze

40x110 cm

  •  Mg 9853

sold

 Mg 9853

Works

  •  Mg 9896
  •  Mg 9910
  •  Mg 9920 Modifica
  •  Mg 9900
  •  Mg 9906
  •  Mg 9862
  •  Mg 9949
  •  Mg 9999
  •  Mg 9853
  •  Mg 9871

Biography

Mariko Wada was born in 1972 in Osaka, Japan. She graduated in 1995 at Doshisha University, Japan in art theory.
Since 1998, she has been living in Denmark. In 2006 she graduated from the department of ceramics at Design School Kolding, Denmark.
The art work of Wada explores the expressive potential of ceramics. She uses a variety of modelling techniques to create tactile expression in ceramics, which appeal to our visual sensibility.

CV

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016
Gallery Pagter, Kolding, Denmark

2013
Secret. Gallery Pagter, Kolding, Denmark

2011
Borderland. International Ceramic Museum, Middelfart, Denmark
Room with a view. The Institute of Ceramic Studies, The Shigaraki Ceramic
Cultural Park, Japan

2009
Terra-Morphologia. Grønbechs Gaard. Bornholm, Denmark

2008
Terra-Morphologia. Officinet, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sensitive You. Embassy of Japan, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sensuality and Ceramics. Kaolin, Stockholm, Sweden



GROUP EXHIBITIONS (a selection)

2015
Aquarium. Ann Linnemann Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

2014
She. Officinet, Copenhagen/ Spanien 19c, Aarhus, Denmark

2013
Tangibility. Danish Arts and Crafts Association. Officinet. Copenhagen, Denmark
Meditations on a Hobby Horse. Nicolai Art og Design. Kolding, Denmark

2012
New Nordic Ceramics. Vendsyssel Art Museum. Hjørring, Denmark
Meditations on a Hobby Horse. 68 Square Meters Art Space. Copenhagen, Denmark

2011
Ceramics Now! Parcours ceramique Carougeois. Carouge, Switzerland

2010
Across. Ny Tap, Carlsberg, Copenhagen, Denmark
Nature Morte - Ceramics as Images. Munkeruphus, Dronningmølle, Denmark

2009
Body House. Maison et Objet, Paris, France

2008
Danish Crafts Collection 12, ICFF, New York, USA / Maison et Objet, Paris, France

2007
Network Europe, Turf gallery, England / Museum of International Ceramic Art, Denmark
Danish Crafts Collection 11, ICFF, New York, USA / Ambiente, Frankfurt, Germany

AWARDS
Annie & Otto Joh. Detlefs’ Ceramic Award, travel grant (VERSUS)
Danish National Arts Foundation. Prize for Exhibition Meditations on a Hobby Horse (VERSUS)
56th. Premio Faenza, 2nd. prize. International Competition of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Italy
Arts and Crafts Award of 1879, bronze medal, Denmark
Annie & Otto Johs. Detlefs' Almennyttige Fond

Exhibitions

Invito Ritual Voids Mail

Ritual voids

Irina Razumovskaya I Mariko Wada

From 29 September 2016 to 9 November 2016