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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Christiane Wilhelm - Pair Of Vessels (Photo: Matteo Manduzio)
Against the Tide

Against the Tide

Antje Soléau draws our attention to Christiane Wilhelm’s unconventional shapes and tactile surfaces

Jim Malone - Painting On Local Ochre Coloured Slip (Photo: Ben Boswell)
Country Life

Country Life

Ben Boswell compares the importance of place in the practices of Jim Malone and Ruthanne Tudball

Jean-Nicolas Gérard - Teapot (Photo: Courtesy Goldmark)
Anything but Sombre

Anything but Sombre

Jean-Nicolas Gérard’s joyous and expressive ceramics, explored by Max Waterhouse

Akiko Hirai - Moon Jar (Photo: Toshiko Hirai)
Imperfection & Balance

Imperfection & Balance

Akiko Hirai explains the beauty of imperfection and the Moon Jar’s influence on her work

This month's top shows

Claire Curneen: To this I put my name
Until 20 July
Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales (Image: Claire Curneen - Builders. Photo: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd)

Intuitive Folk: Art from England and Japan
Until 27 April
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

Richard Deacon
Until 27 April
Tate Britain, London

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