NEWS

SOLO EXHIBITION: GRAVITE

My next solo exhibition, Gravité (eng. Gravity), will start on April 9 and will be held with the “41” space of Paris-based Galerie Vallois, in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Over fifteen new works will be exhibited and accompanied by photos taking up the main theme of the exhibition, which will end on April 30.

 

King Houndekpinkou: Gravité
9-30 April
Opening cocktail: Thursday 9 April, 6pm-9pm
Galerie Vallois
41, rue de Seine
75006 Paris

EXHIBITING AT THE KOREAN INTERNATIONAL CERAMIC BIENNALE

This year, I have been selected to exhibit my works at the Korean International Ceramic Biennale. Taking place within the Incheon World Ceramic Center, in South Korea, the international exhibition started on November 29th and will run throughout May 31st, next year.

 

Please find here my artist profile on the official website of the Korean biennale.

 

Korean International Ceramic Biennale

November 29, 2019 – May 31, 2020

Incheon World Ceramic Center

South Korea

NEW MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF CERAMICS

Since mid-October, I joined the International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) as a member, representing France. My profile is available on the IAC’s website. I will attend the next congress of the academy next July in Lapland, Finland.

ARTIST TALK AT KYOTO SEIKA UNIVERSITY

On October 1st, I will give an Artist Talk at Kyoto Seika University entitled Connecting with the Clay, Beyond all Borders.

 

King Houndekpinkou: Connecting with the Clay, Beyond all Borders

Kyoto Seika University

iC-CUBE

Tuesday 1 October, 6pm-7.30pm

137 Kino-cho, Iwakura, Sakyo-ku

Kyoto 606-8588

Japan

 

 

 

AN IDEA NEEDING TO BE MADE: CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS

As of July 27th, a selection of six works will be showcased at the Heide Museum of Modern Art in Melbourne, Australia, for the group show An Idea Needing to Be Made: Contemporary Ceramics, which will end on October 20th.

 

Curated by Glenn Barkley and Lesley Harding, the exhibition will pay tribute to Australian artist Gwyn Hanssen Pigott [1935-2013] and will bring together a selection of international artists who, in their own way, reinvent the shape of the vase.

 

The artists of the exhibition: Alison Britton (United Kingdom), Kathy Butterly (USA), Kirsten Coehlo (Australia), Pippin Drysdale (Australia), Ernebella Arts (Australia), Simone Fraser (Australia), Gwyn Hanssen Pigott (Australia), King Houndekpinkou (France), Nicolette Johnson (Australia), Kate Malone (United Kingdom) and Wi Te Tau Pirika Taepa (New Zealand).

 

An Idea Needing to Be Made: Contemporary Ceramics
Heide Museum of Modern Art
July 27 – October 20
7 Templestowe Road,
Bulleen, Victoria 3105
Australia

PARIS SOLO EXHIBITION: BELLES BRUTES

On June 6th, I will inaugurate Belles Brutes (Eng. Rough Beauties), my second solo exhibition at Vallois gallery, which will run throughout July 30th.

 

The space “41” of the gallery will present over fifteen new works, alongside the photographs of visual artist Ilan Parienté, whose works will highlight the gestures that punctuate my creative process in the studio.

 

Download the press kit.

 

King Houndekpinkou: Belles Brutes

June 6 – July 30

Reception: Thursday, June 6th, 6pm-9pm

Galerie Vallois

41, rue de Seine

75006 Paris (Métro Odéon / Saint-Germain-Des-Prés)

ART FAIR TOKYO 2019

A selection of my latest works will be showcased during Art Fair Tokyo 2019 from March 7th throughout March 10th at the Tokyo International Forum. The pieces will be showcased on the booth of Tokyo-based Minnano Gallery (G40), alongside the drawings of Japanese artist Keita Sagaki.

 

Art Fair Tokyo 2019

7 – 10 March

Tokyo International Forum (Hall E)

3 Chome-5-1 Marunouchi

Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005

Japan