27 Juin – 30 Juin 2024

All expressions of ceramics in Paris

27 June – 30 June 2024

Come to Place Saint Sulpice to see an exceptional variety of ceramic creations and materials : sculptural or utilitarian, traditional or contemporary, raw or enamelled ceramics, plus sandstone, raku, glazed pottery, and porcelain. For four days, ceramic lovers as well as neophytes, art world professionals, architects, and interior designers can meet more than one hundred ceramists from all over the world in a relaxed atmosphere.

Every year Saint-Sulpice Céramique has a booth highlighting new ceramic creations, and they invite their favourite recently graduated ceramist. You will also find the Café Céramique, where you can choose a mug and discuss how it was made, free workshops for children and adults, a host of tools and utensils to begin working with clay, as well as specialized books and magazines. We do our best to ensure visually handicapped people can visit our event under the best possible conditions. We offer them guided tours and practical workshops to which they have priority. There will be lectures every afternoon on various subjects, from history to philosophy, covering a lot of ground along the way.
Come and meet the clay artists, share their warmth and their world under Parisian skies.

See the video of the 2023 edition

FOCUS 2023

DO NOT TOUCH !

For the 2023 Focus, the ParisPotier association invites the public to have a sensory experience by proposing an itinary on the theme of “touch”. The ceramists have been invited to create a specific piece that will be designed to be touched and that will be exhibited in a common scenography, for a tactile tour.

In museums and galleries, it is often forbidden to get close to works of art, and the viewer sometimes deprives himself of this. At SAINT-SULPICE CÉRAMIQUE, the visitor is invited to touch, touch, caress… to come into contact with the ceramic material.

Cracked, rough, smooth or grainy, silky, sandy or velvety, so many surfaces that call to the hand…

 

Saint-Sulpice Céramique