2022: participant ART021 artfair Shanghai with Gallery Terra Beijing
2020: 30/10-28/11 Settings, solo exhibition
2017: participant Bord voor je Hof together with Stichting Delfts Peil
2016: 14/5-25/6 Terra 30! Multiple
2015: 14/2-14/3 wOrk, Olav Slingerland@wOrk
2014: 20/9-30/10 participant Crossing Galleries-Sanbao Int. Ceramic Art Museum Jingdezhen, 3/12-31/3 participant Shanghai Art Design Exhibition-Power Station of Art Shanghai
2013: 12-15/12 participant ShenZhen Art Fair, 27/9-12/10 participant Beijing Design Week-Imperial Granery Beijing, 27/4-9/6 exhibition Terra in China-China in Terra, Oude Kerk Delft (catalogue)
2012: 1-4/11 participant Shanghai Art Fair, 18-20/10 participant Ceramic Fair Jingdezhen, 20/5-1/7 participant artist in residence project Terra in China; Sanbao-Jingdezhen
2011: 11/6-13/8 participant Design 2011
2010: 3/4-30/5 participant Uit je Bol - Tulipvases Kunsthuis Secretarie in Meppel
2009: 15/5-14/6 participant Terra Delft in Kunstuitleen Alkmaar, 21/3-20/4 participant Uit je Bol - Tulipvases in Delft
2007: 2/9-14/10 group exhibition Bacinol Delft
2001: 2/12-26/1 participant candlelights - Dark Days of Delft
This artist discovered the art of small-scale casting of ceramics during his Industrial Design study. By keeping control of the total process from design to end product, he is able to produce small series of a very personal nature. His earthenware bowls and dishes are characterised by the combination of terra sigillata and glossy glaze. His objects explore the limits of traditional craft and design.
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Slingerland’s work looks typically Dutch, with clear design lines and vivid colors. Because the work is poured into molds, it is good value for money: affordable, contemporary design which is often functional as well.