Ceramic Review Issue 326
Ceramic Review Issue 326
Ceramic Review Issue 326
Ceramic Review Issue 326
Ceramic Review Issue 326

Ceramic Review Issue 326

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News:

Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics

Profile: 

Anchored In Clay

Jessica Browne caught up with James and Tilla Waters to learn more about their practice and the influences that have led to their distinctive tableware style

Gallery: CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

Review:

Radical Ceramics

- Beth Williamson

As a new exhibition of Gillian Lowndes work opens at the Holburne Museum, Beth Williamson examines her place in the history of British ceramics.

Potters On Pots: 

- Tony Laverick

Tony Laverick shares the background to his practice and the impact a piece of Massier ceramics has had on the development of his making style.

Preview:

The Anatomy Of Time

- Corinne Julius

Clare Twomey has just completed a landmark artwork, the largest of its kind in Mayfair, London. Corinne Julius explores the vision behind the building.

Profile:

Illusive Forms

- Annie Le Santo

Nicholas Lees has spent decades ref ining research-led processes to create dynamic and innovative sculptures. Annie Le Santo finds out more

Preview:

A Story Of Craft

- Jane Audas

The largest-ever exhibition in the UK dedicated to Mingei, the Japanese term for folk craft, opens at the William Morris Gallery in London. Jane Audas talks to the curator to discover the history behind the show.

Potters Secrets:

- Mandy Cheng

Mandy Cheng’s chosen technique of Nerikomi allows her to create patterns inspired by nature. She tells us more about her making process.

Profile:

Precarious Precision 

- Colin Martin

After an award-winning year, Colin Martin caught up with Emmanuel Boos to discover the influences and motivation behind his work.

One To Watch:

- Kim Witcher

Historical costume-designer turned ceramic artist Kim Witcher shares how mythology inspires her 3D-printed Parian clay sculptures.

Masterclass:

Gilles Le Corre takes us step-by-step through the processes and techniques he uses to make a faceted bowl and sgraffito-drawn platter
Curator's Choice: 

 

Marie-Lise Lahaye, curator of decorative arts at Réunion des Musées Métropolitains Rouen Normandie, France, has chosen a royal tea service made by the famous Sèvres Manufactory in 1835-37