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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 201

May / Jun 2003

Contents...
preview:
Access All Areas

Details of the major ceramics festivals and fairs in the UK this summer

potter:
The Great Escape
- Josie Walter

Sean Miller explains his passion for slip-decorated earthenware. Josie Walter reports

collecting:
Room 138
- Alun Graves

Ceramics curator Alun graves gives a first-hand view of the V&A's collection

profile:
Raising a Smile
- Julia Pitts

Julia Pitts mets figurative sculptor Jane Muir

reputations:
Bucking the Trend
- Emma Maiden

Emma Maiden talks to Susan Daniel McElroy, director of Tate St Ives

potter:
Leach- The Biography
- Emmanuel Cooper

Seven years in the making, Emmanuel Cooper previews his new book

potter:
Production Values
- Philip Hughes, Andrew Wicks

The tactile tablewares of slipcasting designer maker Andrew Wicks, plus a critical overview from Phillip Hughes

preview:
Now Showing
- Phil Rogers, Jane Perryman

New work from Phil Rogers and Jane Perryman in London this summer

international:
German Ceramics 1900 - 2000

Ceramic Review looks at a recent exhibition tracing the evolution of contemporary ceramics in Germany

workshop/kiln:
Anagama Five
- John Butler

Students at Harrow find themselves hooked on the all-consuming spectacle of wood-firing kilns, John Butler sets the scene

technical:
Ways with Fibre
- Nicola Rounagh

Nicola Rounagh explains the use of nylon fibres in creating her giant, paper-thin vessels

a potter's day:
Ian Muchmore
- Suzanne Jarman

Ian Muchmore in Weston-super-Mere

revelations:
Brian Sewell
- Brian Sewell

Brian Sewell on ceramics, art history and criticism