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ANE-KATRINE VON BÜLOW

Born 1952, graduated as a ceramicist from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, the line of Ceramics and Glass in 1980. She then went on to study Sumi-e (Japanese brush-painting) in Japan. From 1983 – 2007, she was a teacher in ceramic decoration and silkscreen print at the same school she graduated from: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design.

Her iconic bowls, vases and dishes in black-and-white porcelain featuring variations on the theme of nets and meshes have been celebrated in a number of solo exhibitions such as Everything is black and white in Gallery Nørby, (Copenhagen 2005). The cross-disciplinary duo exhibition 2D into 3D in Officinet (Copenhagen 2009) featured yet another masterly collection of black-and-white silkscreen ornamented porcelain based on photographer Ole Akhøj’s inspired photos of leaves and branches.

In 2012, her trend-setting works in concrete were exhibited in a solo exhibition Concrete on the table in Shop for Table Setting followed by two joint exhibitions with fellow artist Anja M. Bache, Ornamental Play 1 in Galleri Oxholm (2013) and Ornamental Play 2 in Officinet (2014).