Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramic art and craft, and is read worldwide. Combining both practical and theoretical features, it is an invaluable resource for potters, ceramists, ceramic artists, collectors, enthusiasts, and students, inspiring the UK and international ceramics communities.

Ceramic Review also holds an extensive magazine archive dating back to 1970 and has published several ceramics books, including  The Ceramics Book, Third Edition.

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James Hake – Square press-moulded dish (Photo: Jonathan Lynch)
Becoming Established

Becoming Established

Alex McErlain explores the work of James Hake and what it means to ‘become established’

Jonathan Keep – Iceberg Field (detail) (Photo: Jonathan Keep)
The Fourth Way

The Fourth Way

The role 3D printing plays in Jonathan Keep’s practice

Paul Philp – group shot of untitled works (detail) (Photo: Peter Stone)
Echoes of Nature

Echoes of Nature

Moira Vincentelli meets Paul Philp to discuss his life and ancient-looking architectonic forms

Chris Wight – Silhouette – No.39 (pair) (Photo: Chris Wight)
Delicate Forms, Daring Practice

Delicate Forms, Daring Practice

Chris Wight’s high-risk processes and striking bone china sculptures, by Ian Wilson

This month's top shows

Nicola Tassie: Craft
Until 26 October 2014
Standpoint Gallery, London [Image: Nicola Tassie – Modern Midnight Conversation (after Hogarth). Photo: Peter Abrahams]

Unravelling Uppark
Until 2 November 2014
Uppark House and Gardens, South Harting, Petersfield

Simon Carroll: Expressionist Potter
Until 4 January 2015
Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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