Stern Pissarro Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by British-Vietnamese artist Nam Tran. The show features new ceramic creations from his London studio including bunny rabbits, basketballs and other sculpted objects inspired by his childhood memories.
This summer Stern Pissarro Gallery presents No Ball Games, an exhibition of sculptures by British-Vietnamese artist Nam Tran. This is Tran’s inaugural exhibition at the gallery, showcasing recent works created at his London studio. The artist's presence has grown immensely in recent years and he is now solely represented by Stern Pissarro Gallery.
This new body of distinctive works conjures childhood memories and popular culture, both playful and exquisitely crafted. In the collection, there are various sculpted objects including ceramic cars, bunny rabbits, eggs, trainers and spray cans. Described by the artist as "bookmarks", the objects reflect certain stages of his life reimagined through the medium of ceramics.
Throughout his years of experience, Tran has experimented with alternative ceramic techniques which have led him to create a unique style. Tran attended the prestigious Central Saint Martins School of Art and Royal College of Art in London before holding teaching positions at University College London.
Since then, Nam has featured on the BBC's 'Great Pottery Throwdown' in 2017 and runs several ceramic studios in London aiming to inspire creativity through urban culture and promote a new era of ceramics.