Lecture by Wallace Chan March 9. 2020.
A technological tour de force – that is what Wallace Chan’s jewellery is. The pieces are large, colorful and studded with hundreds of precious stones. What makes Chan unique is that he has invented a series of techniques and materials all his own, like unbreakable porcelain and working with titanium. SIERAAD Art Fair and the Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design arranged for Wallace Chan to give a lecture in Maastricht, Monday March 9.
Chan related that, as a boy, he learned to carve stones. After years of experimenting and using a polishing method all his own he managed to create the reflection of an image in the stone: the so-called Wallace Cut. As a child he shared a simple plastic spoon with other children at table. He was more interested in the sound made by the spoons of the adults, but broke his grandmother’s spoon and cut himself. His fascination for porcelain had been born.
At TEFAF, also in Maastricht, the inventive settings and bright colors could be seen in real life.
We are encountering some very difficult times with all the uncertainly about the corona, Covid-19 virus. It is impossible to predict what the consequences will be, but we hope all of you and your family will stay free from the virus. We closely follow the advice and regulations of our government and in the meantime we will continue our work for SIERAAD in order to be prepared for the 19th edition!
Thankful to all people who are working very hard to keep us safe and healthy. Stay safe and listen to your governments, SIERAAD Art Fair team.
The 19th edition of SIERAAD Art Fair, 5-8 November 2020. LOCATION GASHOUDER WESTERGAS Amsterdam. Tickets can be bought during the event at the cash desk, during opening times. Tickets for the fair and the lectures, online will be available from end September 2020.
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Exhibition times, 5- 8 November 2020
Thursday november 5th:
14:00 – 21:00
Friday november 6th:
11:00 – 18:00
Saturday november 7th:
11:00 – 18:00
Sunday november 8th:
11:00 – 18:00