PAD LONDON ART+DESIGN, 2017

Adrian Sassoon will present a selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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Hitomi Hosono: C’est Le Bouquet!

C’est le bouquet! celebrates seventeen ceramic artists who are inspired by flowers and use their motifs in their designs. Hitomi Hosono has created twelve beautiful, new pieces specifically for this exhibition which draw on all her favourite floral themes.

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MICHAEL EDEN: WEDGWOOD AND WOULDN’T

In this select display of work Michael Eden honours Josiah Wedgwood, whilst embracing contemporary culture and contributing to the future of art and craft.

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Masterpiece, 2017

Adrian Sassoon presented a combination of contemporary ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone, jewellery alongside 18th Century French porcelain.

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A Leaves Bowl, 2016, by Hitomi Hosono is purchased by Los Angeles County Museum of Art

This moulded, carved and hand-built porcelain bowl with an interior of fine ‘dancing sprigs’ was bought by LACMA in 2016 following our exhibition at the Salon of Art and Design in New York.

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TEFAF New York Spring, 2017

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery. This was the first time we presented the work of Australian glass artist Tim Edwards.

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Temple Newsam acquires Junko Mori’s Silver Poetry; Spring Fever Ring, 2014

Silver Poetry; Spring Fever Ring is a tour de force of contemporary silversmithing techniques.

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The Minneapolis Institute of Art Acquires The British East India Company – Trade & Colonise, 2016, by Robin Best

The British East India Company tells the story of the cultural interrelationship between India, China, Australia and Britain and its arch-rival France in the sixteenth century. 

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TEFAF Maastricht, 2017

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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THE SALON: ART+DESIGN, NY, 2016

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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Bristol Museum & Art Gallery acquires Michael Eden’s Fluorescent Pink Bloom, 2016

Acquired by Bristol Museum & Art Gallery in 2016, Michael Eden’s Fluorescent Pink Bloom makes a strikingly colourful addition to the permanent collection.

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PAD LONDON ART+DESIGN, 2016

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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The Fitzwilliam Museum purchases Tanami Mapping III – Talus Slope, 2014, by Pippin Drysdale

Talus Slope is a vivid example from renowned Australian Ceramicist, Pippin Drysdale’s Tanami Mapping series.

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Felicity Aylieff – Explorations in Blue

Felicity Aylieff presented a series of ceramic and monumental works at Linley, Belgravia.

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Sentinel, 2016, by Susan Wraight, acquired by the British Museum

This netsuke, hand-carved and stained boxwood and buffalo horn with inlaid amber and gold leaf was completed in 2016 and purchased immediately by the British Museum.

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Masterpiece, 2016

Adrian Sassoon presented a combination of contemporary ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone, jewellery and 18th Century French porcelain.

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Masterpiece, 2015

Adrian Sassoon presented a combination of contemporary ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone, jewellery and 18th Century French porcelain.

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Hitomi Hosono’s Zenmai Bowl, 2016, acquired by Musée Guimet

As one of the largest collections of Asian Art outside Asia, this moulded, carved and hand-built porcelain bowl with yellow gold leaf interior has found the perfect home in the Musée Guimet, Paris. 

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Kate Malone: Inspired by Waddesdon

Kate Malone, one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists, presented a collection of new work reflecting the gardens and collections at Waddesdon Manor, the great Rothschild house in Buckinghamshire.

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Manchester Metropolitan University acquires GSOH Vessel, 2014, by Michael Eden

GSOH Vessel became part of Manchester Metropolitan University’s growing ‘Process & Material Innovation Collection’ in 2016.  Michael Eden was previously a Digital Research Fellow at the University between 2012 and 2015, so it is wonderful to have one of his works in the collection.

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art Commissions Innovo Vase, 2016 by Michael Eden

Michael Eden was Commissioned for LACMA’s exhibition ‘The Stowe Vase: From Ancient Art to Additive Manufacturing’ to make this piece.

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Michael Eden: Recent Work

Michael Eden exhibited recent works created using 3D printing technology at Linley, Belgravia.

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TEFAF, Maastricht, 2016

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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Portals by Michael Eden, 2016 purchased for the National Museums Scotland Collection

Michael Eden was asked to create a unique piece to celebrate the architectural styles of the National Museum of Scotland which would be displayed in the ‘Pushing the Boundaries’ exhibition.  This section highlights the many ways in which artists embrace traditional techniques whilst exploring new technologies.

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Michael Eden: History Re-printed

Michael Eden exhibited recent works created using 3D printing technology at The Holburne Museum, Bath.

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Salon of Art + Design, NY, 2015

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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Bouke de Vries’s Memory Tobacco Jar VII, 2015 & Memory Vessel XXX, 2015 acquired by the Peabody Essex Museum

This ‘Memory Vessel’ is made of an eighteenth century Delft drug jar with fragments from clay pipes.  Memory Vessel XXX contains the collected remains of a 17th-18th century Kangxi Chinese Vase and cover.

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Brook Street: An Artist’s Eye – New Work by Hitomi Hosono

Hitomi Hosono exhibited new ceramic works at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, London.

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PAD LONDON ART+DESIGN, 2015

Adrian Sassoon presented a high quality selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery.

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Art Antiques, London, 2015

Adrian Sassoon presented a combination of contemporary ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone, jewellery and 18th Century French porcelain.

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