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


Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 215

Sep / Oct 2005

Contents...
preview:
The Unexpected'

A hint of the surreal comes to Chelsea Crafts Fair

exhibition:
London Calling
- Maggie Bercowitz

Northern Potters head south

potter:
Niek Hoogland
- Josie Walter

Dutch tableware with a bohemian personality

international:
Bilbao Effects
- Anna Usborne

Visceral textures enliven Angel Garraza's sculptures

potter:
Nature and Nurture
- Emma Clegg

New surprises from Kate Malone

focus:
51st Venice Biennale 2005
- Hannah Wingrave

Clay poses some interesting questions at the world's biggest art event

perspective:
The Way We Live
- Joanna Howells

Porcelain pieces for the 21st century kitchen table

profile:
Campaign Trains
- Beverley Sterling

Zimbabwe ceramics by artist Masimbe Hwati

focus:
Getting Out of Hand
- Christopher Miles

Six American sculptors are put into perspective

education:
The Facilitator
- Duncan Hooson

Duncan Hooson describes the fulfilling outcome of numerous artist residencies

technical/glaze:
Into the Darkness
- Marcus Holmes

Marcus Holmes reveals the beauty of black glazes

technical:
In the Round
- Terence Turnbull

Building a medieval potter's wheel

potter's day:
A Potter's Day
- Sarah Britten-Jones

Sarah Britten-Jones

revelations:
Revelations
- Maureen Bampton

Maureen Bampton