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


Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 235

Jan / Feb 2009

Contents...
preview:
Beyond the Tradition
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Beyond the Tradition' at the Gallery at Bevere, Worcester

international:
Eighteen Scenes from the Life of a Modern Potter
- Peder Rasmussen

Peter Rasmussen's pot tells an autobiographical story

travel:
La Borne s'enflamme
- Katherine Winfrey

Katherine Winfrey visits the French pottery village of La Borne

international:
Inter-face
- Bryan Allen Moore

Bryan AllenMoore finds that Ivan Albreht's work avoids any easy classification

review feature:
A Slipware Tradition
- Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper praises a new book on slipware in the Potteries Museum

potter:
Nostalgic Melancholia
- Kit Lendon

Kit Lendon predicts big things for Kate O'Connell's giant shards of crockery

travel:
Imperial Potters
- Roger Law

Roger Law reveals his latest adventures in Jingdezhen, China

international:
The Full Emptiness
- Kazuko Todate

Kazuko Todate meditates on Makoto Komatsu's ‘KUU' series

potter:
Just Like a Samurai
- Peter Fulop

Peter Fulup explains his continued fascination with Japanese ceramics

heritage:
Changing Times
- Jane Gibson

Hane Gibson reports on the once thriving Goan Potters' village of Kumar Vaddo

potter:
Rocking the Boat
- Jonathan Roberts

Jonathan Roberts mixes concrete with clay to produce abstract sculpture

groundings:
Electric Kiln Firing Cycles
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey advises on the various stages of firing

potter's day:
A Potter's Partnership
- Jim Keeling

Having worked together for over thirty years, Jim and Dominique Keeling of Whichford Pottery reveal their well-practiced working dynamic

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Jeremy Theophilus

Jeremy Theophilus argues that imaginatively planned biennials can benefit both artist and area