Domingo Ceramics is an arts de la table project created by sculptor Ivana Brenner. It was conceived during her time as an artist in residency in Paris, when she experienced the art of hosting and setting a table to welcome family, friends, and lovers. Domingo means Sunday in Spanish, the day that in her native Buenos Aires people gather together with family and friends to share a meal.

All our pieces are handmade entirely by the artist in NYC. Because of this, each piece is unique and no two pieces are exactly alike. Produced in very small quantities with porcelain and 22k gold luster, Domingo's tableware captures the artist’s creative universe in functional items.



Ivana Brenner is an Argentinian artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a merit-based full scholarship. She was a 2022 Bronx Museum AIM fellow and was part of NYFA's 2020 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program. In 2015 she participated in the Biennale Internationale du Lin de Portneuf, Québec, where she was also given a two-weeks residency. She was awarded a 6-months residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2009-2010).

Ivana has exhibited individually at Galería Vasari, Buenos Aires (Towards Dissolution, 2015), and Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery, Miami (Urpflanze, 2011). She has participated in several international group and two-person gallery and museum shows, amongst which Contemporary Clay: Seven new voices in American Ceramics, at Emma Scully Gallery in NYC (2023); A su lado, at Galería Vasari, Buenos Aires (2019); Le Dégel, at Julio Artist-Run Space, Paris (2017); My Feet Have Lost Memory of Softness, at The Franklin, Chicago (2016); Assemblage #1, at Galerie 0fr, Paris (2016); Romántico, at Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires (2014), and Material Color at Hunterdon Art Museum, New Jersey (2008).

She will be part of the Bronx Museum's AIM Biennial in early 2024 and recently wrote an catalogue essay on Medardo Rosso's work for the Art Institute of Chicago.