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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Mary Elizabeth Rogers - flared-rimmed porcelain cup. Photo Cristian Barnett
Within the home of the queen of crime

Within the home of the queen of crime

When Agatha Christie’s holiday home came to the National Trust, its contents included a signal collection of studio pottery. Christie fan and ceramics specialist Jason Wood uncovers the story

Tom Kerridge portrait - Cristian Barnett. Gill Thompson ceramics - photo Sandrine Fauconnet
Let them have plates

Let them have plates

There’s a school of thought that says when white tablecloths are whisked from restaurant tables, ceramics march in. For Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge that’s just how it should be. Featuring the ceramists whose work Tom commissions for his tables

Jo Davies - masterclass (detail). Photo Layton Thompson
Masterclass with Jo Davies

Masterclass with Jo Davies

After she graduated from the Royal College of Art, Jo’s work swiftly gained her an international following. Here, in her studio, she reveals the process that goes into the making of her porcelain pitchers

Barnaby Barford - Tower of Babel. Photo courtesy of artist
Tower of clay

Tower of clay

An artist who works primarily with ceramics to create narrative pieces, Barnaby Barford makes sculptures that explore the shades and corners of contemporary society. Andy Christian visits his studio as he prepares for a key project for the V&A – his installation, The Tower of Babel

Top shows

Paul Jackson
Until 24 October 2015
Craft Centre and Design Gallery, Leeds

Innovations in Ceramic Art
10 – 11 October 2015
The Guildhall, Market Square, Cambridge

Of Brush and Clay
19 September – 9 December 2015
The Ken Stradling Collection and Design Study Centre, Bristol

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