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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 241

Jan / Feb 2010

Contents...
biennale:
British Ceramics Biennial
- Alun Graves

Alun Graves reflects on last year's event and looks forward to 2011

potter:
Out of India
- Robert Such

Robert Such discovers how Andrew Burton's travels have inspired his work

potter:
Maybe it's Maybelline
- Natasha Mayo

Natasha Mayo observes the childlike properties of Claire Loder's portrait heads

collection:
Order and Poise
- Simon Olding

Simon Olding praises the new ceramics galleries at the V&A, London

international:
Lifestyle and Purpose
- Catherine Paleczny

Catherine Paleczny inspects Christin Johannson's curious sanitary objects

travel:
Living History
- Grand Pratt

Grant Pratt travels to Turkey to meet the traditional potters of Karacasu

sculpture:
Material Returns
- Claudia Clare

Claudia Clare asks of art galleries are starting to think differently about clay

education:
Building Confidence with Clay
- Tim Rees

Tim Rees discusses why clay should be used more widely in schools

international:
A Language of Pattern
- Barbara Tipton

Barbara Tipton reveals how Katrina Chaytor combines pattern with form

heritage:
The Picasso Effect
- Pippa Jane Wielgos

Pippa Jane Wielgos explores Picasso's influence on the pottery town of Vallauris

glaze:
Celadon Blues
- Matthew Blakely

Matthew Blakely reveals how to achieve subtle variations through exploration