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JACQUELINE PONCELET
Born Liege Belgium

EDUCATION
1969-1972 Royal College of Art, M.A. Ceramics
1965 -1969 Wolverhampton College of Art, B.A. Ceramics

TEACHING
2002- 2006 external assessor Slade School, MA, Sculpture Department, University of London
Visiting Lecturer
1995-2001 Goldsmiths College, Textile Department, London
1982- 2006 Camberwell College of Arts. University of the Arts, London
1977-82 West Surrey College of Art and Design, Farnham, Surrey
1972-1977 Portsmouth Polytechnic

BOARD MEMBER
2001- 2006 South London Gallery, Camberwell, London.
2003-4 Artes Mundi Prize, Wales

GUEST LECTURER
2005 University of Brighton, 3D design and Materials Practice, Brighton
2004, 2005, 2006 Royal College of Art London
2000 University of East London. Department of Education and Community Studies.
Child Development Unit 1. Introduction to course.
1995-1997 Sandburg Institute, Reitveld Academy, Netherlands
1986 Kent State University, USA
1985 Banff Canada
1984 Groningen, Netherlands
1982 Heusden, Netherlands
1975 Crafts Council Lecture Tour USA

AWARDS
1997 One month research fellowship, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
1983 British Council exhibition and travel grant, Japan
1978-9 British Council Bicentennial Arts Fellowship, USA

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (exhibition catalogues indicated by *)
2006 ‘Watching Trees Lounge’ Swansea Museum and Art Gallery, Wales
2003 ‘every which way’ M2 Gallery, Peckham, London
1996 ‘Blue and Green Should Never be Seen’ Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
1995 ‘The Decorative Sublime’ The Museum of Modern Art Oxford*
1994 ‘Carpet’ The Spotlight Series, Royal Festival Hall, London*
1990 Leonard Street, London
1989 Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
1988 Kettles Yard, Cambridge
Riverside Studios, London*
1986 Max Protect Gallery, New York, USA
Bing and Grondahl, Copenhagen, Denmark
1985 The New Gallery, Whitechapel Art gallery, London *
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales*
Artist of the Day, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
1984 Miharudo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1983 Craft Shop, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1981 Crafts Council Gallery, London*
1979 Hadler Rodriguez Gallery, New York, USA
1977 British Craft Council Gallery, London
1975 Sutton College of Liberal Arts, Sutton, Surrey

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (exhibition catalogues indicated by *)
2009 ‘Super Abundant’ Turner Contemporary Project Space, Margate*
2008 ‘Well Meaning Cultural Commodities’ Barrett Marsden Gallery
2005 ‘Paradise Lost’ Carol NcNicoll and Jacqueline Poncelet,
Barrett Marsden Gallery, London
2004 ‘Small is Beautiful’ Angela Flowers Gallery, London
2003 ‘Domestic Landscape’ Private gallery, Bath
‘ Independence Show’ South London Art Gallery, Camberwell, London
‘30/30 Vision’ Crafts Council Gallery, London + tour
2000 ‘Three Decades’ Crafts Council Touring exhibition
1999 ‘Fabrication’ Norwich Gallery*
‘a stranger here myself’ Laura Ford + Jacqueline Poncelet*
Camden Arts Centre, London
Arnolfini, Bristol
Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich
‘Bankside Browser’, Tate Modern, London
Home, private gallery, London
‘Off the wall and on the floor’ London Institute Gallery, London*
1997 ‘Material Culture’ Hayward Gallery’ London
1996 ‘Private View’ The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham
‘Take it from here’ CAS, Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery
‘Permission to Speak’ Arts Council of Great Britian, Worcester, Derby and
Peterborough
‘Sad’, Gasworks, London
1995 British Art of the 80’s + 90’s, Weltkunst Collection, The Irish Museum of Modern
Art Dublin*
1994-5 ‘Dad’ Gasworks, London and Winchester College of Art.
1993 ‘Homage’ Small is Beautiful, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
1993-95 ‘The Raw and the Cooked’ *
The Barbican Gallery, London
The Museum of Modern Art Oxford, Oxford
Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
The Glynn Vivian gallery, Swansea, Wales
The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan
Musee d’Contemporain de Dunkerque, France
1993 ‘Het Interieur’ Van Crimpen/ Art and Project, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1992 ‘Somatic States’ The Quicksilver Place Gallery, London
The Norfolk Institute of Art and design, Norwich*
1991 ‘The Abstract Vessel’ Cardiff, Wales*
1986 Blossom Festival School Art Project, School of Art, Gallery, Kent State University,
Ohio, USA
1985 Max Protech Gallery, New York, USA
1984 ‘Fast Forward’ ICA, London*
British Ceramics, Dienst Beeldende Kunst, Netherlands
1983 Jacqui Poncelet and Alison Britton, Westminster Gallery, Boston, USA
Britska Keramika, Czechoslovakia*
1982 Jacqui Poncelet and Alison Britton, Gallery Het Kapelhuis, Netherlands
Jacqui Poncelet and Alison Britton, Gallery L, Hamburg, Germany
Amalgam Gallery, London
1981 British Ceramics, Scharpoord, Knokke Heist, Belgium*
1980 British 20th Century Ceramics, Christopher Wood Gallery, London*
Ceramics, Poa Siu Loong Gallery, Hong Kong
British Ceramics Today, Octagon Centre for the Arts, Iowa, USA*
Jacqui Poncelet and Alison Britton, Gallery het Kapelhuis +
Cruit Huis Den Bosch, Netherlands
1979 ‘Image and Idea’ British Council tour, Australia and New Zealand*
1978 British Ceramics, Gemeentelijk Museum, Princesshof, Netherlands
Figur and Gefass, Hessische Landesmuseum, Darmstadt, Germany*
1977 British Potters 77, Graham Gallery, New York, USA*
Ceramics and textiles, British Council at Mehre Shah Gallery, Teheran, Iran*
1976 Seven in 76, Portsmouth City Museum and Arts Centre, Portsmouth*
Six Studio Potters, V+A, London*
24 British Potters, Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University,
Philadelphia, USA*
1975 Liberty’s Centenary Exhibition, V+A, London
1974 Ceramic Forms, Craft Advisory Committee( British Council Tour: Australia,
Switzerland, Poland, Sweden and Norway)*
2nd Chinichi International of Ceramics, Nagoya, Japan
‘Everyman a Patron’ Crafts Council Advisory Committee, London*
‘Outside Tradition’ Ulster Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland*
32 Concorsa Internazionale, Faenza, Italy
1973 Objects, Southampton Art Gallery, Gallery
Glenys Barton and jacqui Poncelet, Crafts Advisory Committee, London
Sea of Japan, Kanazawa-shi, Japan
‘Europalia’ British Council, Brussels, Belgium
‘The Craftman’s Art’ Crafts Advisory Committee, V+A, London*
1972 International Ceramics, V+A, London

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Aberystwyth Art centre, Wales
Arts Council of Great Britain
Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, England
Boymans van Beuningen Museum. Rotterdam, Netherlands
British Council
Chinichi Collection of Ceramics, Nagoya, Japan
Cleveland Museum and Art Gallery, England
Contemporary Arts Society, London, England
Cruit Huis, Den Bosch, Netherlands
Glasgow City Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland
Leicestershire City Museum and Gallery, England
Manchester City Art Gallery, England
Museum fur Kunst und Gewerde, Hamburg, Germany
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
National Museum of Victoria, Australia
National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
Paisley Museum, Scotland
Reading Museum and Art Gallery, England
Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, Scotland
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire, England
Vestlandstre Kunstindustrimuseum, Bergen, Norway
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Weltkunst Foundation
Western Australian Art Gallery, Australia

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Crafts Magazine no. 199 March/April 2006 review pg60/61
Building Design. January 13th 2006. ‘Art On It’s Sleeve’ by E. Knutt,
Didcot project
The Spectator. December 2005. Review by Tanya Harrod “Paradise Lost’
Re Views Artists and Public Spaces, Black Dog Publishing, 2005
Interview by Penelope Curtis ‘Attending to the Barely Made’
Henry Moore Institute, ‘Essays on Sculpture 29’. 2000
British Art Show 5. Catalogue. 2000
Anatol Orient ‘The Pleasure of Stuff’. Ceramic Review No. 185. 2000
Mint Museum of Craft and Design, Allan Chasanoff Collection. Charlotte. N.C., USA
Tanya Harrod. The Crafts in Britain in the 20th Century, 1999
Philip Sanderson. Art Monthly no. 190 pg31-33, October, 1995
Garth Clark. The Potter’s Art. Phaidon Press, London, 1995
Women’s Art no, 49, London, 1992
Oliver Watson. British Studio Pottery. Phaidon Press, London, 1990
Artscribe no.7 London
Ceramic Review no.22, London
H. Storr-Britz. Contemporary International Ceramics, Dumont, Germany, 1980
Crafts Magazine nos. 2, 3, 4, 10, 19, London
Decorative Art in Modern Interiors. Editor Maria Schofield,
Studio Vista, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980
Peter Lane. Studio Pottery, Pitman House, 1980
Edward Lucy-Smith. World of the Maker, Paddington, UK. 1975
Eileen Lewenstein and Emmanuel Cooper. New Ceramics, Studio Vista, 1974
David Hamilton. Pottery and Ceramics. Thames and Hudson, London 1974

ARTICLES WRITTEN
‘Familiarity and the face’ Glenys Barton, Ceramic review no. 167 London
‘Beauty and the Beholder’ Babs Haenen, Ceramic review no. 160 London
Catalogue essay Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2001 Ceramics
‘Made for Whom? Made for What? Made for Where?’
‘A new arts centre for Didcot’ Re Views, Black Dog Publishing 2005

SPECIAL PROJECTS
Queen Mary University of London. Humanities Building. Wilkinson Eyre Architects. Proposal for Art Work for façade of building 2006

John Radcliffe Hospital. Designs for film to windows in cardiac wing. 2008-

Dover Priory Station Forecourt. Proposal for sculptures and working with design team on the redesign of the forecourt to the station. 2007-2008

Leicester, New Shires Grammar School Court artist’s commission. 2006-2008

‘Better Than a Bargain’ co-curated with Carol McNicoll, Christmas exhibition for The City Gallery, Leicester. 2006

Flitch Green Primary School Little Dunmow Essex. Artist working with architect NPS designing and making work to be incorporated in the building. 2006-2008

Child Development Unit, Guys and St. Thomas’ Hospital Southwark. Artist working with architects AHMM, designing and making work to be incorporated in the building. Lift project. 2006-

‘who let the donkey in? curated for The potteries Museum and Art Gallery Stoke-on- Trent. October - December 2006

The Parish Church of St. Mary, Burley in Wharfdale. Consultant artist working with Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects. 2005-

Two designs for rubber panels to be produced by ‘Outgang’ a Scottish- based product design and development company founded in 2005.

Bonn Square Oxford consultant artist working with Graeme Massie Architects. 2005-2008

Consultant artist for Leigh Park Crafts Initiative, Hampshire working with John Alexander Architects. Designs for 7 pairs of metal security gates for studios. 2005- 6

Shaping Places, Bracknell. Kent Architecture Initiative working with Architect Neil Armitage, Brakenhale School and Fox Hill Primary School 2005.

Art Changes Bracknell part of a team of artists working in Bracknell prior to the redevelopment of the town centre. Web site www. Artchangesbracknell.co.uk

Ipswich Crown Court. Hand cut rubber panels hanging in the windows of the public space Paul Morton. Austin, Smith, Lord Architects. 2003-2004

‘Pattern Crazy’ Crafts Council. Co-curator with Carol McNicoll July-September 2002*

Holyrood House. Queen’s Graphics Gallery. Sand blasted glass screen between gallery and shop. Benjamin Tindall Architects. Designed 2002

A13 Artscape. Pedestrian subway working with architect Tom de Paor. Design stage 2001-

Didcot Arts Centre working with Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects. Artist on the design team 2001- *

Ocean Music Trust. Workshops with the Kurdish community. Commission for the design and production of acoustic panels. Paul Jenkins Architect / Peter Mance, Mance Design and Architecture. 1999-2001

Banbury Museum. Concept design for work suspended under bridge over canal. Cancelled due to over spend on building. 2001-2003

Albert Hall proposal for mosaic. One of 3 short listed. 2000
‘The British Art Show’ one of three curators. Pippa Coles, Mathew Higgs and Jacqueline Poncelet. 2000

The Hub. Sandblasted glass doors. Edinburgh Festival building.
Benjamin Tindall Architects 2000

The Hub. Terrazzo dado for the Edinburgh festival building.
Benjamin Tindall Architects. 1999

‘The Barely Made’ exhibition curated for the Norwich gallery. 1997

The Art Incentive Prize Foundation, Amstelveen. Master class and juror. 1995

Cirva, Marseille, France. Centre for research in glass. Initiated project into using patterned and plain glass to create high relief surfaces. 1993

‘Other Anatomies’ Crondene Press edition of ‘pop-up’ books. 1983

Bing and Grondahl Porcelain Factory, Copenhagen, Table pieces 1982-5

Trails of special finishes to production ware 1976-78