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REAR WINDOW is delighted to have the following partners for this series of four exhibitions :

Taste Contemporary, Geneva

Established in 2012 and exhibiting since 2014, Taste Contemporary is proud to showcase contemporary and 20th century work by a select group of established artists who employ the intrinsic characteristics of clay, textiles, glass, metal and wood to realise their ambitious concepts in the most extraordinary ways. Creating sculptural objects and art works that are inspiring, surprising and completely fresh, their work is sought after and acquired by collectors and museums worldwide. In addition to presenting work by internationally recognised artists, Taste Contemporary is also committed to seeking out new voices in contemporary craft, an exciting but relatively untapped segment of the art market. Dedicated to encouraging a greater appreciation and understanding of these artists, Taste Contemporary continues to promote their expressive and ambitious work through its annual programme, which includes participation in international fairs, museum collaborations and other exclusive events, as well as regular gallery exhibitions. 


Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin

Oliver Sears Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery based in the centre of Dublin. It presents a contemporary exhibition programme including Irish and international artists, both emerging and established. The gallery is distinguished for its inclusion of contemporary applied arts exhibitions in its programme. With a proven track record of delivering exceptional and innovative exhibitions which are supported by collectors, museum curators and critics, exhibitions at the Oliver Sears Gallery are among the most respected and anticipated in the Irish art world. The gallery is also recognised for its international presence, bringing carefully curated exhibitions to London & New York. In conjunction with the exhibitions programme, the gallery sources specialised works for collectors at every level. The gallery has an international client portfolio and assists many long standing private and corporate clients to curate their collections and funds of art.


Ting-Ying, Hong Kong

In 2016, ceramic designer Peter Ting and writer Ying Jian formed Ting Ying gallery, dedicated to presenting unique and limited edition works in Blanc de Chine porcelain from Dehua, China. It now represents a wider group of artists whose expression of form are increasingly diverse, yet still retain, as a starting point, the shared history and language of Blanc de Chine porcelain. Ting-Ying are planning to broaden the diversity of their artists further to encompass a wider dialogue between the various craft traditions of China and the West. The represented artists are in the collection of world-renowned museums and important private collections globally. Ting-Ying is dedicated to highlighting both the traditional and contemporary while also developing an invited residency programme where makers of today engage with ancient skills to define a new way of thinking through making.

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