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Terra & corona

We have decided to re-open Galerie Terra Delft with some restrictions for our visitors. Keep the 1.5 m. distance form each other, including us. Please clean your hands by entering the gallery with the des-infecting gel as provided. Or visit the webshop 24/7:  https://terra-delft.nl/online-shop/. We send gifts to any address and we can package them festively…

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V&A and Van Achterbergh prize 2020

Babs Haenen, the famous artist from the Netherlands, is participant in the exhibition Blanc de Chine, a Continuous Conversation at the V&A. This display showcases historic pieces from the V&A’s Asian and European ceramics collections, as well as a selection of new works by contemporary makers including: Babs Haenen, Lucille Lewin, Liang Wanying, Jeffry Mitchell,…

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Sanbao Jingdezhen 2019

Simone Haak is back in Sanbao-Jingdezhen. Together with the artists Wilma Bosland (NL), Heide Nonnenmacher (D), Demi Tokutake (J) and assisted by Sierra Looijkens (NL) they go for a adventurous artist-in-residence project in the porcelain capital of China. Wellcome dinner at Sanbao restaurant

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artstalk magazine review KunstKamer Delft

KunstKamer Spring 2019 in Delft One of the high-spots of the social and artistic calendar in Delft has become the twice yearly KunstKamer held in a five-hundred-year-old private house on the city’s Oude Delft canal. Each May and November Ramon Dykgraaf and his partner Marc Cals throw open their doors to the public to show the work…

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Royal decoration Gémessy

On Saturday May 11, 2019, with the presentation of her oeuvre-catalogue, Marijke Gémessy, artist at Terra Delft, was knighting in the Royal congregation of Oranje-Nassau. The Mayor of The Hague provided this in the Pulchri studio. She received the decoration for promoting the Dutch ceramic art at home and abroad, for publishing the catalogue of…

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Golden Age cups

Delft and the Golden Age The Golden Age was a time of flourishing of the economy, arts and science. Nowhere is Golden Age more visible or tangible than in Delft! The city played an important role in the founding of the VOC (the Dutch East India Company) in 1602 and was one of six cities…

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