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


Ceramic Review Issue 298

July/August 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 239

Sep / Oct 2009

Contents...
preview:
Monumental Pots

Felicity Aylieff: Working to Scale' at CAA, London

potter:
Breaking the Taboo
- Bonnie Kemske

Bonnie Kemske encourages tactile exploration through ‘huggable' forms

collaborations:
Herend Porcelain
- Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper reports on Herend's ongoing collaboration with makers

international:
Metaphysical Materiality
- Linda Sikora

Linda Sikora reflects on Sinda Sormin's large0scale ceramic installations

tribute:
Ups and Downs
- Brian Erhardtsen

Brian Erhardsten profiles the life and work of the late ceramist Anne Kjaersgaard

international:
The Unknown Knowns
- Nesrin During

Nesring Durning explores German sculptor Petra Wolf's monochrome forms

travel:
Women's Work
- Sue Blatherwick

Sue Blatherwick visits The Gambia and meets a group of local potters

collecting:
A Potter's Friend
- Helen Walsh

Helen Walsh reports on WA Ismay's collection, bequeathed to York Art Gallery

restoration:
Repairing Ceramics
- Murray Cheesman

Murray Cheesman extends the life of treasured objects

groundings:
Crags and Crevices
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey investigates the mysteries of cratered and volcanic glazes

potter's day:
A Potter's Affliction
- Tamsin van Essen
off centre:
Off-Centre
- Jonathan Garratt

Jonathan Garratt surveys the current craft scene

potter:
Just Pots
- Andy Christian

Andy Christian visits Richard Batterham, one of the UK's most respected potters

potter:
The Sacred and the Profane
- Amanda Game

Amanda Game is intrigued by the diverse influences in Philip Eglin's work