Karen Lovenguth
May 7, 1966


1984-1988 Syracuse University, graduates with a BA from Maxwell School of
Political Science, New York. Works in the university’s ceramic department four years.

1987-1988 Strasbourg, France, Ecole des Arts Décoratif.
The studio concentrates heavily on the techniques of raku.

1989-1992 Berlin, Germany, Works at “Bilderhauerwerkstatt”, a public workspace for
sculpture and ceramics.

Morelos, Mexico, Construction of private ceramic studio in the mountains of Tepoztlan.

Fluent in English , French and Spanish


2015 Presentation of catalog, Karen Lovenguth, A Fuego Lento¨, Museum of
Ex Convent, Tepoztlan, Mexico.

2013 ¨A Fuego Lento¨, solo exhibition, Museum of Ex Convent, Tepoztlan,

2009 Selected for the 5th World Ceramic Biennale, Icheon World Ceramic
Center, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea.

Selected for the 4th Biennale of Utilitarian Ceramics, Franz Mayer Museum
Mexico City, Mexico

2008 “One hundred blossoms”, solo exhibition, Galerie MaM, Mexico City.
Awarded residency in Sanbao Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, China.
“International Contemporary Ceramic Exhibition”, Jingdezhen, China.

2006 “Ofrenda”, Museo Exconvento, Tepoztlan, Morelos, México.

2005 “Alquimia Animal”, Production of 13 ceramic murals for Cesar Nuñez
Exhibition in Galerie Quetzalli, Oaxaca.

2004 “Un historia de dos”, Two man show, ceramic
vessels and painting, Galerie Circulo Azul, Mexico City.

2003 “Un lustro de vasijas”, solo exhibition,
Museo del Ex – Convento, Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico.
Write up in “Ceramics Monthly”, Volume 52 Number 6

1988 “Rue des Hallebardes”, collective exhibition
Show series “Les Villes Invisible”, Strasbourg, France.

1987 “Clay Artists from SU”, collective exhibition in conjunction with NCECA,
National Council for the Education of the Ceramic Arts, Syracuse, New

“Clay in the East III”, collective exhibition, Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Maryland.

Born in New Jersey, USA on May 7th 1966

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