Elke Sada

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Elke Sada is a multidisciplinary artist who trained as a ceramist in the UK, with an MA in ceramics and glass from the Royal College of Art in London.    

She combines her love of expressive painting in her striking ceramic objects. Her works exude a liveliness and vitality deriving from her joy to bring together intuition and experiment.  

Elke’s work has immediately won the attraction of the ceramic scene and has become internationally well recognized. Among the numerous awards her work was short-listed for the prestigious Loewe Craft Prize 2019 (Madrid) and the XXIVeme Biennale Internationale, Vallauris. She received the Grassipreis from the Carl und Anneliese Goerdeler Foundation in Leipzig, and the Prix David Miller from Le Printemps des Potiers, Bandol.  

Elke Sada was born in 1965 and lives and works in Leipzig. Examples of her work are in the permanent collections of several international museums and in important private collections including The International Design Museum (Munich), Museum of Art and Design (Hamburg), Jorge Pérez Collection (Miami), and at the collection of KOCEF (Icheon).  



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