Echo van Majiayao: Fourteen international artists interpret a 5000 year old ceramic culture.
In the spring of 2019, Simone Haak, co-founder and owner of Galerie Terra Delft, traveled with 14 artists to northwest China to supervise an artist-in-residence project. This took place in Majiayao, the place where an archaeological treasure of Neolithic pottery pots was found at the beginning of the last century.
The opening will take place on Friday 4 February at 7.30 pm in the Oude Post in Halle (B). Saskia Pfaeltzer will perform a special performance.
Morten Løbner Espersen – Denmark / Mieke Everaet - Belgium / John Higgins – Great Britain / Marc Janssens – Belgium / Liesbeth Kamp – Netherlands / Sangwoo Kim – France / Jackson Li - China / Jay Lu – New Zealand / Martin McWilliam – Germany / Mechtild Paauwe – Netherlands / Saskia Pfaeltzer - Netherlands / Paul-Robin Sjöström – Sweden / Hidemi Tokutake – Japan / Vilma Villaverde – Argentina
Exhibition opening hours
Fridays 11, 18 and 25 Feb | 13h – 19h | Saturdays 5, 12, 19 and 26 Feb | 10am to 5pm | Sundays 13, 20 and 27 Feb | 10am to 5pm | Old Post | free | group visits only after reservation
Cultural Center De Oude Post, Kardinaal Cardijnstraat 9, 1500 Halle (B) T.+32 2 365 98 27
A richly illustrated catalog (112 pages) accompanies the exhibition Echo by Majiayao. This catalog is available on location and in Galerie Terra Delft.
The exhibition 'Echo van Majiayao' will also be shown in its entirety in Delft. This exhibition takes place in the Oude Kerk in Delft from 14 May to 25 June 2022.