manifestation with the decades-long tradition has well-deserved
reputation as the event which embraced the most important
accomplishments of the art of ceramics. Enriched by the contemporary
ceramic production in which design, technique and concept play crucial
roles, the current Ceramics Triennial features artistic creations and individual poetics of the contemporary production, too.
For this, 14th Ceramics Triennial,
the total of 62 artists applied, while the selected exhibition features
44 works by 34 authors. According to its established tradition, the Ceramics Triennial
is based on contest. The prizes awarded at it act as an acknowledgment
of quality, they ministered the affirmation of either artists or
tendencies present in their works, they are a sign of success, as well
as of the values of the concepts brought about in ceramics. Nine prizes
were awarded at the current exhibition.
The exhibition of the 14th Ceramics Triennial
features, along with the show of the authorial works, the individual
exhibition of artist Larisa Ackov, who presents her works as the
laureate of the Grand Prize of the 13th Ceramics Triennial.
Works created by a group of Hungarian ceramists, are also on the show,
which are housed in the collection of International Ceramic Studio from
Kečkemet. Numerous educational, interactive workshops and lectures for
students and grade school pupils will take place in Museum of Applied
The cooperation between Museum of Applied Art in Belgrade and
the Modern Gallery “Likovni susret” from Subotica, proved very fruitful
once more. As organizers of 14th Ceramics Triennial,
which took place in Subotica between December 2012 and March 2013, they
will present the latest accomplishments and concepts in the
contemporary ceramics to the public in Belgrade, as well, between May 11
and May 31, 2013.
The catalog of the exhibition of 14th Ceramics Triennial,
which was published in Subotica, will be available also in Belgrade,
during the exhibition. For this occasion, Museum of Applied Art in
Belgrade prepared a leaflet with a short survey of 14th Ceramics Triennial.