Stepping into ceramic artist Inge Vincent’s retail/studio space, you get an immediate sense of optimism. From a love of white, which is key to both Inge’s interiors and sculptures, to the location of the store itself, it’s hard not to be taken with this little “keramiker”.
A relative new-comer to Jægersborggade—a Berlin-esque boutique shopping street—Inge Vincents is a surprising, and stylish pottery experience. The sculptures here are a labour of love. Hand formed, without a mould, each Inge Vincent piece is delicately crafted using a special technique that makes the sculptures paper thin and almost transparent; “thinware” as the artist likes to call it. There’s a graphic, tactile aesthetic to her work that necessitates a purpose—bowls, cups and vases; these are ceramics for everyday use. A must visit for anyone who appreciates the subtleties of Danish design.