Jean-Nicolas Gérard Jean Nicolas Gerard monograph

Jean-Nicolas Gérard

Item Code: BK-CER-JNG-2020
64 page monograph with essay by Sebastian Blackie
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Gérard, Jean-Nicolas
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64 page monograph, produced to accompany Jean-Nicolas Gérard's 2020 major exhibition at Goldmark, with studio photographs of pots and article by Professor Sebastian Blackie.
Jean-Nicolas Gérard PortraitJean-Nicolas Gérard was born in Brazzaville (Congo) in 1954 and returned to France in 1961. He started studying ceramics in 1978 and was Jean Biagini’s student at École des Beaux-Arts in Aix-en-Provence. He also trained with Claire Bogino. Often labelled the potters’ potter Gerard’s work has a spontaneity that so many strive for.

Gérard’s work has now gained international acclaim and he has exhibited all over the world, including America, Australia, China and Japan. He is one of those rare potters who brings genuine life and gusto to contemporary slipware, investing the tradition of terre vernissée with a fresh and expressive energy unlike any other.
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