Yingge Tower Ceramic Sculpture selected for 2016 Latvia Ceramics Biennale

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Yingge Tower Ceramic Sculpture selected for 2016 Latvia Ceramics Biennale by a panel of international judges. Yingge Tower now becomes part of the permanent collection of the Mark Rothko Art Centre, Daugavpils, Latvia. From Website below:The 1st Latvia International Ceramics Biennale will begin with July 15, 2016, with an opening of ‘Martinsons Award’ exhibition and the exhibition of Daugavpils ceramists ‘Welcome to Daugavpils’ at Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre. 298 outstanding applications from artists form 44 countries had been received for the ‘MARTINSONS AWARD’ exhibition. The International Jury represented by Elaine O. Henry (USA), Bernd Pfannkuche (Germany), Sirin Kocak Ozeskici (Turkey), Jane Jermyn (Ireland), Simcha Even-Chen (Israel), Ilona Romule (Latvia), and Valentins Petjko (Latvia) has selected 110 artworks by International artists and 26 artworks by National artists to participate in the exhibitions.

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  • Ceramics. Latvia. Mark Rothko Centre.

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