TURI HEISSELBERG PEDERSEN

Exhibition at The Peninsula Palace Paris

01.09.16 I am participating at an exhibition The Peninsula Palace in Paris. The exhibition is curated by Galerie Mouvement Moderne, Paris.

Goldmedal Bayerischer Staatspreis 2016

I had to take a early flight to Munich, last weekend.
Together with Haejo Chung (laque), Sangwo Kim (ceramic), and Massimo Micheluzzi (glass), I had the honor to get the "Bayerrichen Staatspreis", goldmedal at the exhibition "Meister der Moderne" curated by Galerie Handverk, Münich.

Founder Steven Learner about Collective Design fair

When it launched in 2013, Collective Design aimed to shake up New York’s flagging design market. “The idea New York can absorb a design fair is a no-brainer,” commented Evan Snyderman, co-founder of the Tribeca-based gallery R & Company, citing the city’s vast and hungry client base. Here’s what the main players had to say three years on. Read full arcicle here: Interior design

Åbning af Copenhagen Ceramics

COPENHAGEN CERAMICS er åbnet med en flot udstilling af Anders Ruhwald. Forude venter 10 nye udstillinger med danske keramikere. Jeg er selv iblandt udstillern

Ole Haslunds Kunstnerfond

Turi Heisselberg Pedersen er blevet tildelt Ole Haslunds Kunstnerfond.

Bestyrelsen har motiveret tildelingen som følger:

"Turi Heisselberg Pedersen arbejder i et klart og rent formsprog, som er under konstant udforskning. Der er tale om variationer over arketypiske former som vaser og krukker eller geometriske objekter som kugler og kegler. Værkernes begitninger rækker fra varme jordfarver til kølige pastelfarver, som altid på smuk og afdæmpet vis understøtter formen.
For denne væsentlige og meget konsekvente kunstneriske indsats hædres Turi Heisselberg Pedersen med Ole Haslunds K

Time Out, Designmuseum Danmark, 2009

In many ways, Lone Skov Madsen and Turi Heisselberg Pedersen’s exhibition at the Danish Museum of Art and Design constitutes an opening: an opening toward new forms of artistic expression for the two ceramists, both of whom are well-established luminaries in Danish ceramics. It is an opening toward objects from the museum’s own storage rooms, which appear to have lost their power to attract attention and allure a contemporary public. And at the same time, it is an opening toward the viewer, who steps into a form universe that is recognizable albeit transformed.