23 x 40.9 x 39 cm
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About the artwork
Using a recently acquired second-hand industrial kiln in his South London studio, Wine fires works that are multifaceted and remarkably textured. Multiple glazes are often applied and showcase a wide range of colours while generating various degrees of surface reflexivity. Wine’s approach is chance-driven as his firing processes add shapes, forms and hues that are often not entirely predetermined.
About the artist
Jesse Wine (b. 1983) is a British artist who primarily works with ceramics. He graduated from the Royal College of Art, London with an MA in Fine Art in 2010. Recent solo exhibitions include: Young man red, Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2016); Wonderful Audience Member, Soy Capitán, Berlin (Invited by Melissa Canbaz)(2016); BIG PICTURES, Limoncello Gallery, London (2015); Young man red, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2014); You Can’t Beat Nature, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno (2014); Chester man, Mary Mary, Glasgow; People, Tunisi Court, London (2013); Travelling White Man, CO2 Gallery, Rome (2013); Simbolico, Fondazione Macc, Calasetta, Sardinia (2013); Practice of the Wild, Limoncello, London (2012),
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