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Tue, 14 Nov


Fondation Bruckner

Irene Venetsanou & Tatiana Boïko

Irene Venetsanou and Tatiana Boïko will share their artistic journey, their inspiration and creative process as well as their new art pieces in a special atelier visit.

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 Irene Venetsanou & Tatiana Boïko
 Irene Venetsanou & Tatiana Boïko

Time & Location

14 Nov 2023, 09:00 – 11:00

Fondation Bruckner, Chem. de Grange-Collomb 38, 1227 Carouge

About the event

Irene Venetsanou was born in Athens, a place whose mystique and history inspire her to this day, captivated by the timelessness of the streets of Greece, and synchronicity of past, present and future pressing together in one place. Her experiences of native art and ceramics within this culture sparked a consuming passion that she has harnessed throughout her diverse career. Her appreciation for design, photography and composition grew while studying at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London where she lived for seven years. After relocating to Geneva, Irene focused on sculptural ceramics and attended workshops and residences in the Art Institute of Ceramics in Faenza, Italy and the International School of Ceramics in Tuscany, Italy. Since then, she has presented her works in multiple exhibitions around the world.

Irene embraces natural flaws and is inspired by imperfection, fascinated with symmetry and currently obsessed by stones and pebbles, working with the curves and combining different cambers together for a result that is different to everything she imagined in the beginning.

Since 2019, Irene has been a resident in the Bruckner Foundation in Carouge.

Tatiana Boïko is a ceramic artist born in Ukraine. She has been involved in art practice since her early age and continued to develop art projects throughout her career in the field of global communications. In parallel with her professional practice, Tatiana pursued her personal art work. Since 2018, she has been working as a full-time ceramic artist. She currently lives and works in Geneva.

Tatiana's work explores the relationship between form and glaze, and the way they can be used to create narratives about social dynamics that shape human behaviour. Through her ceramic sculptures, she explores the intricacies of social connections, rules, and habits that govern our lives. Her work has been notably exhibited at the London Art Biennale in 2021 and during the Parcours Céramique Carougeois last year.

In her own words, "For me, ceramics is an art form that encompasses four dimensions. While its sculptural aspect offers a three-dimensional experience, the glaze adds another dimension to the work. Indeed, the glaze takes the piece to another level, inviting the viewer to delve into its soul."

Since 2019, Tatiana has been a resident in the Bruckner Foundation in Carouge.


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