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


Ceramic Review Issue 296

March/April 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 205

Jan / Feb 2004

Contents...
exhibition:
Saved!

The National Art Collection Fund shows off at the Hayward Gallery, London

potter:
Life and Art
- Claudia Clare

Carol McNicholl's retrospective, with sequence

reputations:
Opening Up
- Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper has an appointment with V&A director Mark Jones

potter:
Tina Vlassopulos
- Simon Olding

Poised and polished pots

international:
Reporting from Israel
- Alisa Yemini

The Second Biennale for Israeli Ceramics

potter:
Liquid Gold
- Tony Laverick

The secrets of lustre decorated pots

focus:
Altered States
- Ashley Howard

Assessing the concept of thrown and altered vessels

living tradition:
Made in Paradise
- Nicholos Dumit Estovez

A potters community in the Dominican Republic

installation:
Capturing Clay
- Catherine Bates

An exhibition attempts to challenge our perception of display

glaze:
Paperglaze
- Roy Maayan

A radical approach to glazes

potter:
A Passion for Pots
- Nicholas Lees

Bill Moore is a potter who relishes a ceramic challenge

preview:
Setting Out 2004

Top students from the summer shows, selected by the CPA

workshop/kiln:
Soda Kiln School
- Fil Cooke, Bill Crumbleholme

Would-be soda glazing potters look no further

a potter's day:
Marianne de Trey
- Marianne de Trey

A potter's life- Marianne de Trey looks back on 55 years of potting

revelations:
Marianne Heller