Johannes Nagel
1979Born in Jena, Germany
2001Apprenticeship as a potter at Kinya Ishikawa, Val-David, Kanada
2002-2008Ceramic, HKD Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, Germany
2009Scholarship at culture foundation Cove Park, Scotland
2012Artistic associate, HKD Burg Giebichensteinstein, Halle, Germany
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Johannes Nagel

He learned the potter’s craft from Kinya Ishikawa in Canada, and he studied art with Antje Scharfe, Karl Fulle and Martin Neubert in Halle, where Johannes Nagel has had a workshop since 2008. He currently teaches ceramics at Burg Giebichenstein. His vessels are more rhetorical figures than objects for practical use. Johannes Nagel is bold enough to elevate the tradition-laden theme of the vessel to a program in its own right. And he is uncompromising enough to narrow this theme to the exemplary vessel form of the vase. But when he does so, he probably isn’t thinking about flowers.

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  • Germany
      • Brutto Gusto

        Gallery/Shop
        Brutto-Gusto
        AddressTorstraße 175
        10115 Berlin, Germany
        Phone+49 (30) 3087 4646
        Emailfine_arts@bruttogusto.com
        TimesMonday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

        ART AUREA available
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  • Switzerland
      • Taste contemporary craft

        Gallery/Shop
        taste contemporary craft
        AddressRue Abraham Constantin 6
        1206 Geneva
        Switzerland
        Phone+41 79 286 24 84
        Emailmonique.deul(at)taste-contemporarycraft.com
        TimesThursday–Friday 2–6pm
        Monday–Wednesday by appointment
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