Nele van Wieringen for the Westerwaldkreis (eds)

14. WESTERWALD PRIZE 2019

Ceramics of Europe


BROWSE


144 pages
21 x 28 cm, 87 ills
English / German

34,00 incl. VAT



Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Höhr-Grenzhausen (DE), 27.9.2019–15.3.2020
ISBN 978-3-89790-578-8 Categories: ,

Overview

The Westerwald Prize is awarded to outstanding ceramic works in a competition. As in previous years, the 74 works selected from 425 submissions, which are now presented in the publication, demonstrate the high aesthetic and artistic standards of ceramic works throughout Europe. First and foremost, however, this applies to the prizewinners Johannes Nagel and Jesse Magee in Free Ceramics; Monika Debus and Franz Julien for Salzbrand (Prize of the City of Höhr-Grenzhausen); and Hyunjin Kim, who received the Förderpreis.

After the establishment of the prize was initially aimed to promote the dialogue between ceramics and art in the Westerwald region. The great interest in the competition and the political developments of recent years prompted the organizers to announce the prize throughout Europe already in 1999. Since then, this dissolution of boundaries has been reflected in the enormous quality of the submitted works.

With contributions by Jörg Johnen, Dr. Sabine Runde, Achim Schwickert, Julian Stair, Michael Thiesen, Nele van Wieringen, Konrad Wolf

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