“One Perfect Thing: Inge Vincents’s Porcelain Ceramics
The Danish artist’s ghost white, paper-thin creations stun in their bare-bone simplicity.
Focusing more on the texture and shape of her pieces, Vincents relishes in simple, bare forms. She says she likes to “work on the edge of the functional,” which best describes her most extensive and unusual style of ceramics. Grouped under what she calls “thinware,” the collection encompasses everything from espresso cups to lanterns to mugs. The pieces, though each one-of-a-kind, share a few characteristics: They’re hand-molded or wheel-thrown, as white as unpainted porcelain can be, and paper-thin, without feeling too fragile to handle.”