Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary ceramic art and craft, and is read worldwide. Combining both practical and theoretical features, while presenting the latest news and views on ceramics internationally, it is an invaluable resource for ceramic artists, potters, collectors, curators, students, and anyone with a passion for and interest in ceramics.

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Gordon Baldwin. Photo (c) Victoria and Albert Museum
Things of beauty

Things of beauty

As a major exhibition on British studio pottery opens at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, co-curator Simon Olding reflects on the show

Lauren Nauman. Photo Sylvain Deleu
Sculptural lines

Sculptural lines

A year on from Ceramic Art London Award 2017, we interview ceramic artist Lauren Nauman, known for her innovative work in slip-cast porcelain and wire

Midori Takaki. Photo Cristian Barnett for Ceramic Review
Of spirits and stories

Of spirits and stories

We visit Midori Takaki in her Canterbury studio to learn more about her folklore-inspired ceramic sculptures

Ruthanne Tudball. Photo Layton Thompson for Ceramic Review


Ruthanne Tudball takes us step-by-step through the process she uses to make and fire her distinctive soda-glazed teapots

Top shows

Northern Lights: Gunilla Maria Åkesson, Maria Kristofersson and Jussi Ojala
12 April – 12 May
Contemporary Ceramics Centre, London

Angus Suttie 1946 – 1993
14 April – 15 July
Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales

Flux: Parian Unpacked
6 March – 1 July
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

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