Glas 2019 – 3
Article in Glas
de kleine k / het onafhankelijke digitale keramiekmagazine / Number 56 / August 2019
Barbara Nanning De cirkel is rond …
Look at the magazine (in Dutch):
Vormen uit Vuur 241
Een ateliergesprek naar aanleiding van haar
overzichtsexpositie in Kunstmuseum Den Haag
Artdiction – In the Hands of a Sculptor
July / August 2020
With an article about my work as a sculptor.
Art Aurea Eternal Movement
20.08.2020 Art & Life – Other – Studio Visits
With an article about my work.
Barbara Nanning – Eternal Movement Ceramics, Installations and Glass Art
Author: Titus Eliëns
Publisher: Waanders & de Kunst, Zwolle
7,87 x 9,84 inch
ISBN 978 94 6262 256 2
You can see a good view of my book on the Waanders & de Kunst website. It shows 25 pages including many images of my work. Here’s the link:
This retrospective artist monography highlights the outstanding qualities of her work as it has evolved over the last forty years.
Thanks to the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds / Elisabeth Vermaat Müller Fonds.
Election Artist of the Year 2020
May 16 – September 19 2021
May 18 2020 – February 2 2021
Kleureyck. Van Eyck’s Colours in Design
Design Museum Gent
Jan Breydelstraat 5
After the successful opening, the museum is unfortunately closed.
You’ll however have until September 6th not to miss it before it moves to Lille in France from October 2020 to January 2021.
Curator: Siegrid Demyttenaere
An exhibition about the innovative use of colour, linking the past and present with each other.
My work will be on display in the museum in a pigment trail with around 100 design pieces, arranged according to color groups. The selected pieces show a special attention to the use of color, craftsmanship and research, just like the work of Jan van Eyck.
For Collectible in Brussels, curator Siegrid Demyttenaere selected a few “Kleureycke” pieces from the collection of Design Museum Ghent as a preview. My works ‘Verre églomisé’ & ‘Flower Vase’ will also be shown here.
Bernardine de Neeve Prize 2021
For the 9th Bernardine de Neeve Prize, the jury selected 11 artists: Ellen Brouwers, Anne Buscher, Paul Funcken, Carl Hees, Krista Israel, Sanja Medic, Barbara Nanning, Judith Roux, Jenny Ritzenhoff, Nataliya Vladichkoo and Elke van Werde. They will offer their work in the Museum and in the garden of the National Glass Museum.
Three nominees will be chosen to create new work for the final choice. In September 2021, the nominees will present themselves with this new work, supplemented with older works, in Museum JAN in Amstelveen. During this exhibition, the jury will select the winner of the Bernardine de Neeve Prize 2021.
Museum JAN in Amstelveen