Hans Borgonjon

hans Borgonjon

Artist • Curator • Project Consultant

Artist • Curator
Project Consultant

Curriculum Vitae

MA 3-D Design

BA with double honours in Art History and Philosophy

Awarded the Emerging Makers Scheme Arts Matrix 2008, Bristol

Awarded the Development Award by the Crafts Council 2008-2009

Awarded funding by the Arts Council 2009 for Origin Craft Fair London

Awarded funding for Bronze casting course in 2009

Awarded funding by Arts Council for Face Casting installation in 2012

Owl Art Gallery Frome curator/manager 2013-2015

Curator Black Swan Arts Gallery Frome 2015-2018

Emergency Arts Council fundraising for Black Swan Arts Gallery Frome 2020

Arts Consultant Black Swan Arts Gallery Frome 2020-2021

Co-director and founder ArtsandMusic.uk


Exhibition at Chapel Row Gallery, Bath, March 2008

Exhibition at Out of The Blue Gallery, Bath, June 2008

Exhibition at Woodstock (Oxford), 2008

Exhibition ‘Get fresh’ Devon Guild, Bovey Tracy, January/February 2009

Clay2Day, Keukenhof, Holland, May, 2009

Bovey Tracey Contemporary Craft Fair, June 2009

Origin, Contemporary Craft Fair, London, October 2009

In Two Minds’ exhibition at Milsom Place, Bath with Mark Morris and Hans Borgonjon, November 2009

Art-Event’ art-fair, Antwerp Belgium, November 2009

The European Prize for Applied Arts’ organized by the WCC in Mons, Belgium December 2009/January 2010

Wrapped Up’ Exhibition, Bovey Tracey, Devon Guild November-December 2009

Ceramic Art London, February 2010

ICMEA conference and exhibition Fuping China, November 2010

New Territories – Spotlight on Associate Members of the Devon Guild, January/ February 2011

Fresh Air’ 2011, Quenington sculpture park exhibition 19/06 – 10/07

A.P.T. Gallery’ Creekside Open, London, Dexter Dalwood Curator, 2011

KB2011, Kapfenberg biennale 2011, Austria, September 2011

BCA , Biennale de la Ceramique 2012, Andenne, Belgium 2012

Solo exhibition: ’FaceBook Frome’ at Silkmill studios, July 2012

Art in The Garden, Painswick Roccoco gardens, Stroud, August 2012

Greenham Common exhibition Newbury, November 2012

Owl Art Gallery exhibition November2013

Being Human’ Collective residence 2013

Video pod for International video artist Pippilotti Rist 2014

Ceramic architectural maquette for site on Olympic village site in London for international architect bureau Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Bath 2015

Curator of ‘A Wintershow’ at Black Swan Arts Frome, December 2015

Curator ‘Hinterland’ Gladys Paulus solo show, Black Swan Arts Gallery, Frome October 2017

Outside Insight’ exhibition Rosalind Robinson and Hans Borgonjon, Silk Mill Gallery Frome, September 2017

Art at the Heart RUH Bath exhibition 2017-2018

Alchemy of Bronze 2018, Black Swan Arts Gallery curator

Peter Hayes, solo show at the Black Swan Arts Gallery 2019, curator

Black Swan Arts Open 2019 curator

Barry Cooper, solo show at the Black Swan Arts Gallery, 2019, curator

Black Swan Arts fundraising exhibition ‘Small & Affordable’ Dec 2020- Jan 2021

Bath Society of Artists Open 2021

ING Descerning Eye, London    2021

Affordable Artfair London, May 2022

WEFT Trowbridge textile museum 2022

MANNA Kunsthuis Brugge 2023


Collections in Bath, Kent, Ghent (Belgium), Barcelona and Fuping (China).



Publications Ceramic Review: Open Gallery, March 2008 and November/December 2010

New Ceramics’ article published Dec/Jan 2009-2010

Artist Newsletter (A-N) magazine profile issue February/March 2009

500 Ceramic Sculptures’ Lark Books, 2009

European Prize for Applied Arts’ catalogue, WCC, 2009

Crafts Arts International Australia, Issue 80, November/December 2010

Access Ceramics, initiative by Portland University USA, 2009

HESAINPRINT, ‘Abstract Versus Figurative’: 2011

The Best of 500 Ceramics’ celebrating a decade of Clay by Larkbooks, 2012

HESAINPRINT, Harvest, Finnish international online and printed art magazine, 2012

New Ceramics’ Faces of Frome, Issue January/February 2013

Sculpting and Handbuilding’ by Clare Lauder 2013

Microtubuli: Consciousness and Art, Interalia magazine 2015

NordArts 2018 Open Catalogue, Hamburg

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