@Renaud Schrobiltgen

Terrail

space for ceramic and contemporary art

@Renaud Schrobiltgen
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  • TERRAIL - "Breathing" Daphne Corregan - 2021 ©Olivia Barisano

    TERRAIL - "Breathing" Daphne Corregan - 2021 ©Olivia Barisano

  • TERRAL - "Transfert" Carla Barkat - 2020 © Olivia Barisano

    TERRAL - "Transfert" Carla Barkat - 2020 © Olivia Barisano

  • TERRAIL - "Doubles" Eglantine Chaumont - 2019 ©Églantine Chaumont

    TERRAIL - "Doubles" Eglantine Chaumont - 2019 ©Églantine Chaumont

  • TERRAIL - "Doubles" Eglantine Chaumont - 2019 ©Églantine Chaumont

    TERRAIL - "Doubles" Eglantine Chaumont - 2019 ©Églantine Chaumont

  • TERRAIL - "Bibelots" Dorian Teti et Olivia Barisano - 2019 © Dorian Teti

    TERRAIL - "Bibelots" Dorian Teti et Olivia Barisano - 2019 © Dorian Teti

  • TERRAIL - "Galatée" Vincent Chenut - 2021 © Olivia Barisano

    TERRAIL - "Galatée" Vincent Chenut - 2021 © Olivia Barisano

  • TERRAIL - 2019

    TERRAIL - 2019

  • TERRAIL - "Fixture pictures" Bryce Delplanque et Camille Chastang - 2020  ©Olivia Barisano

    TERRAIL - "Fixture pictures" Bryce Delplanque et Camille Chastang - 2020 ©Olivia Barisano

Terrail, space for ceramic and contemporary art, is an “Artist-run space” located in Vallauris, a city of ceramist in the South of France, created in 2019 by the artist Olivia Barisano.

Terrail, space for ceramic and contemporary art, is an “Artist-run space” located in Vallauris, a city of ceramist in the South of France, created in 2019 by the artist Olivia Barisano.

Terrail aims to promote emerging artistic creation and particularly that of contemporary ceramics. It encourages connections between various practices by inviting artists in residence to discover, explore or deepen an approach borrowed from ceramics, in its most varied forms such as installation, performance, video, sculpture, painting, etc. or even photography.

Terrail also gives itself the mission, through the setting up of artistic and cultural events, to promote access to the worlds of creation for a variety of audiences. Terrail is particularly attached to the social dimension implied by the establishment of a contemporary art space in the heart of the city and wishes through its presence to develop a platform for exchanges between different actors of local and national cultural and social life, but also international.

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