Between transfer of know-how, transhumance and multiculturalism, clay brings people together and transgresses borders. Footprints in the sand, bundles, doner kebabs, chrysalises, funeral boats or porcelain huts : the exhibition of AIC member ceramists immerses us into the heart of unusual journeys, life trajectories and intercultural exchanges.

A total of 33 artists from 24 different countries and winners of the competition organised by Musée Ariana offer their emotional interpretation on the subject of Migration(s).

With Montserrat Altet Girbau, Lia Bagrationi, Heidi Bjørgan, Leandre Burkhard, Razalina Busel, Fabien Clerc, Christine Coste, Michael Flynn, Yoshimi Futamura, Magdalena Gerber, Patricia Glave, Ana Lucia Gomez De Valle, Eliisa Isoniemi, Rashi Jain, Yanze Jiang, Jacques Kaufmann, Cecil Kemperink, Myung-joo Kim, Yoojoo Kim, Paul March, Yuriy Musatov, Jane Norbury, Danijela Pičuljan, Norma Rodney Harrack, Maude Schneider, Anja Seiler, Sıdıka Sevim, Adel Souki, Hongyu Tan, Hirotsune Tashima, Xavier Toubes, Estefania Valls Urquijo, Nataliya Zuban.

To mark the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the International Academy of Ceramics (IAC), Musée Ariana will hold three exhibitions: Migration(s), Connections and Vocation.

Exhibition from 13 September 2022 to 19 March 2023

39. Musée Ariana

Musée suisse de la céramique et du verre
Académie Internationale de la Céramique
Av. de la Paix 10
1202 Genève
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