Nendo Galerie is dedicated to modern and contemporary ceramics, with the aim of establishing permanent links between the utilitarian and the fine arts.

In order to foster conversations and exchanges between different approaches to ceramics, the exhibition program will alternate between sculptors who have made ceramics a medium of expression and ceramists working on domestic forms. A rotating selection of sculptures and objects will also be on permanent display at the gallery.

The ambition of the program and the gallery’s research is international, with an important opening towards Asia and Latin America, as well as towards scenes still little considered in France, such as the Netherlands or eastern Europe.


Anne Verdier

Brick by Brick

March 23 – April 28, 2023

Exploring the presence of the brick in the work of Anne Verdier means to return to the evolution of a step-by-step work and, beyond the motif or the parallelepiped subjected to numerous experiments and certain deformations, to approach an artist’s path through a selection of works from different series but linked in time. Although not a central element of the reflection, the brick is nevertheless a recurrent and familiar presence. (…)


Enzo Bosse


February 09 – March 17, 2023

Nendo Galerie is pleased to present Dissolutions, the first solo exhibition of Enzo Bosse (born 1997 in Grenoble, lives in Dieulefit (Drôme)).

Hollowed out, bloated, deformed… the objects – vases, cups, bottles and other containers – have melted and are seen inert while adopting strange postures.



Nelly Bonnand, Enzo Bosse, Marie Ducaté, Safia Hijos, Kiho Kang, Louise Nicollon des Abbayes, Clément Petibon, Hugo Saby, Laurin Schaub

November 03 – December 24, 2022

Pursuing with a desire to question — even shake up — the modes of exhibiting contemporary ceramics, Nendo Galerie presents NendoMarket: a selection of mostly domestic forms from nine ceramic artists.


Lucien Petit

False Twins

August 26 – October 22, 2022

It floats at the vision of Lucien Petit’s work as a sense of déjà vu. Although formally very diverse, the corpus nevertheless reveals, in a brief examination, as a homogeneity of the whole, resemblances that appear to unite the various works in a kind of siblings, a familial belonging which in the moment jumps out.


Raphaël Emine

Decadence of the Rockery Maker

June 30 – August 20, 2022

The very nature of Raphaël Emine’s recent work renders the analogy of the rockery tempting; since from the Renaissance, this delicious sweet has been seen swarming in tasteful gardens, albeit a bit crazy, caves, bridges, kiosks, barriers and other rocks made in stone or later cement. (…)


Volcanesque. Eruptive Ceramics

Pep Gomez, Machiko Hagiwara, Claire Lindner, Simon Manoha, Benoît Pouplard

April 23 – June 19, 2022

Glazes appearing to be in fusion, lava effects, irregularity of surfaces at times animated from the crevices mimicking a possible topography, assumed drippings and occasionally fatty… Called « Fat lava », a significant part of the German ceramic creation from the 1950’s to the 1970’s, (…)


Art-o-rama, Marseille

August 27 – September 12, 2021


Julia Borderie & Éloïse Le Gallo

Koud, 2019

Starting from their meetings with a researcher in hydraulic heritage and several inhabitants of the Agafay Desert region, in Morocco, who in a film draw schematic plans while giving them an account of the social organization of the house and the water needs associated with it, the artists imagined a series of ceramic sculptures inspired by the junction points of these traditional networks of pipes. (…)

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