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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Chris Keenan - a glazed 'slip-writing' rocking bowl. Photo Layton Thompson


Known for his fine-thrown Limoges porcelain wares, Chris Keenan takes us through the processes in making two of his pieces

Nicholas Pope - Ten Commandment Pots (King James Version, kitchenware). Photo Janet Pope
One man's way

One man's way

His themes are complex and challenging, yet Nicholas Pope treats his making with the lightest of touches

Deirdre McLoughlin - Empty Form. Photo Rob Bohle
Gathering shape

Gathering shape

The intense making processes behind Deirdre McLoughlin's award-winning works ensure each takes weeks to make

Emily Wiles - vessels. Photo Nigel Essex
Young Makers

Young Makers

We meet four ceramists a year on from graduation, each of whom will be at the New Designers show

This month's top shows

Curse or Cure?
Until 13 September 2015
Chelsea Physic Garden, London

Earth & Fire International Ceramics Fair
26 - 28 June 2015
Rufford Abbey, Nottingham

Pots in Provence
8 - 9 August 2015
Argilla, Aubagne

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