Renée Reichenbach

Elfenbein (16 Teile)

201080 x 110 x 25cm
grogged body, built, coloured bodies and porcelain inlaid, painting, glaze, electric killn 1160°CFoto: Rüdiger Giebler

Renée Reichenbach

1956

Pots and Chameleons, pedestals and gardens, vases and Towers, lamps and fish - it seems that Renée Reichenbach is effortlessly able to unite in her work the frequently discussed opposition of vessel and sculpture. Her vessels are sculptures.

(Dr. Kristina Bake, Neue Keramik 2/05 p.15)

CV

since 2011university teaching position at the University of Art and Design, Halle
1990, 1998, 2008sholarship Land Sachsen-Anhalt
since 1997temporary teaching position in Höhr-Grenzhausen, Landshut, Wettin, Halle
since 1990symposia and workshops in Germany, Czech Republik, Macedonia, Spain
1975-1982studies at the "Hochschule für Industrielle Formgestaltung Burg Giebichenstein", Halle, taught by Gertraud Möhwald

awards

2010Award of the town of Halle
2008Artist in residence, Seto International Ceramic & Glass Exchange Program, Japan
2003Sholarship of the "Peter Siemssen Stiftung zur Förderung der Keramischen Kunst"
1999member of the International Academie of Ceramics
1997Award of the town of Bitterfeld

collections

Philadelphia, (USA) collection Helen Drutt

Seto-City, (Japan) Seto City Art Museum

Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe

Frechen, Keramion

Berlin, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Kunstgewebemuseum