Born in London, 1946
1963 1967 St Martin’s Art School, London, Dip.A.D. Painting
1975 Calouste Gulbenkian Award
1987 Craft Council Award
1986 Moves to the Var, France
1973 Garage Art Ltd. London
1974, 1975 Garage Art Ltd. London
1975, 1976 Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham
1976, 1977 Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge
1978 Chester Art Gallery, Chester
1979 Anthony Stokes Ltd. London
1980 Anthony Stokes Ltd. London
Riverside Studios, London
1984 Crafts Council Gallery, London
Butler House. Kilkenny, Ireland
1986 Nigel Greenwood Ltd London
1989 Nigel Greenwood Ltd London
2006 Artist’s House, New Art Centre, Roche Court, Wiltshire
2011 Marsden Woo Gallery, Project Space,
2013 Foyer of Cité Radieuse, Marseille
1975 Stephenie Bergman and Nicolas Pope
Southampton City Art Gallery , Southampton and Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield.
Stockwell Depot Studio Exihbition, London
1976 10th John Moore’s Exhibition, Walker Gallery, Liverpool
1977 British Painting 1952 – 1977
1978 Royal Academy of Art, London
X1 ieme Festival de la Peinture, Cagnes-
1979 Tolly Cobbold\Eastern Art, 2nd National Exhibiton
Certain Traditions. British and Canadian Tour followed by Commonwealth Institute, London.
1980 Jugs and Aprons, Allison Britton and Stephenie Bergman, Aberdeen City Gallery, Aberdeen
Style in the Seventies, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol.
1981 Tolly Cobbold\Eastern Arts, 3rd National Exhibition
Occasional Pieces; Chairs, Tables and Functional Objects.
Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge
X1 ieme Biennale des Jeunes, Musee de l’Art Moderne, Paris
X1 ieme Biennale des Jeunes, Selection of Artists, Student Cultural Centre, Belgrade.
British Selection for X1ieme Biennale des Jeunes, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow.
1982 Municipal Art Gallery, Strumica, Yugoslavia
1983 Maker’s Eye, Craft’s Council Gallery, London
1981 Salon des femmes peintres, Musee du Luxembourg, Paris
1982 Fabric and Form, touring Australia and Zimbabwe followed by the Craft’s Council Gallery, London
1983 Whitechapel Open Exhibition, Whitechapel Gallery, London
1983 2nd Textile Biennale, Vehta, Belgium
1984 Craft Matters, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Works in Clay, Nigel Greenwood Inc. London
2d\3d Art and Craft made in the Twentieth Century
1987 Vessel, Serpentine Gallery, London
1991 Diversite Contemporain en Europe, Galerie 1900/2000 Paris
1993 Japan and the Musee de la Ceramique, Dunquerque, France
1998 Barely Made, Norwich Art School Gallery
1999 Printemps du Potiers , Bandol, France
2000 Opening exhibition, David Gill Galleries, London
Six Ceramic Artists..Municipal Gallery, Signes, , France.
2006 Artist's House, New Art Centre, Wiltshire.
2008 Moves half the year to Taroudant
Starts a pottery workshop with local schoolkids
2011 Moves studio to ‘La Bouida’ outside Taroudant
Besides visits to London and Paris every year, she travels. The mountain regions of Morocco are very inspiring and recently she has explored Eastern Europe and the Ukraine.
Stephenie Bergman was born in London and studied painting at St.Martin's School of Art.
After working with sewn canvases she turned to clay as her medium. In 1985 she set up studio in Ollioules, South of France.
She uses clay as a construction material, rolled out in slabs, cut into geometric shapes, re-
Playing with a notion of function, she re-
In 2007 she went to Taroudant, Morocco to work on a project and found herself living there for
half of the year.
In 2011 she installed her studio in an old farm, out of town. The mud building reflects her own
work end way of handling materials. She welcomes a group of students from London each year
for a ten day residency.
At the moment her work is breaking away from making functional objects.
© 2014 Stephenie Bergman