The work Metamorphoses in inspired by the ageing of the architecture. Slow decay of urban form is shown through a flowing transition of shape and colour.
In order to create this effect Irina uses casting method, but with each cast she destroys the mould and adds colour to porcelain, therefore the pieces that come out get more and more rough and nature-like.

Year of Creation: 2017

Materials: Porcelain, Glaze

Dimensions: L 100cm, W 15cm, H 15 cm


    2017        MA, Ceramics and Glass. Royal College of Art, London

    2014        BA, MFA, St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design, Fine Art Major, Ceramics Major

    2010        Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel (student exchange)


    2017        Irina Razumovskaya and Ida Weith, Puls Gallery, Brussels 

    2016        Ritual Voilds, Officine Saffi Gallery, Milan, Italy

    2015        The Edge, Kunstlerhaus Stadtopferei Neumunster, Germany

                    Urban Milk, New Taipei City Yingge Ceramic Museum, Taiwan


    2017        Talent Award from The Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers Alias The Wire

                    Workers of the City of London

    2016        1st Prize, Biennal de Ceramics d’Esplugues Angelina Alos, Spain

                    Grant from Worshipful Company of Grocers, London, UK    

                    1st Prize for artists under 35, 8th NASPA, 

                    Ceramic Talent Award, Westerwald Museum, Germany

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