ARUCAD Ceramics Department lecturer and Cypriot ceramic artist Mümine Özdemirağ Yagli’s work ‘Anonimo’ is on display, representing Cyprus at the 60th Castellamonte Ceramics Exhibition which is currently held in Italy.
The work of Cypriot ceramic artist and ARUCAD Ceramics Department lecturer’ which is called ‘Anonimo’ is in the 60th ceramic exhibition held this year in Castellamonte, Turin, Italy. This year, the works of 110 artists from 25 different countries are exhibited at the Castellamonte Ceramics Exhibition, which hosts important names of ceramic art from all over the world and is organized with reference to the love for the red soil of the region. Yagli’s work named ‘Anonimo’ is the only work sent from all over the island, which was approved by the jury and found a place in the exhibition.
Continuing to train students as a full-time lecturer at ARUCAD Ceramics Department since 2017 and participating in various artistic workshops, symposiums, exhibitions and biennials since 2009, Yagli also continues to show case her individual works at the ceramics workshop in Çatalköy.
Mümine Özdemirağ Yagli’s ceramic work ‘Anonimo’, shaped from clay using a potter’s lathe and freehand, will continue to be exhibited at the 60th International Castellamonte Ceramics Exhibition, held this year in Turin, Italy, until September 12.