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


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 269

September / October 2014

Contents...
Pride of Place:
- Simon Martin

Simon Martin's memory-filled Emmanuel Cooper jug

Preview:
New Ceramics Prize
- Daisy McMullan

A new prize for artists working with ceramics

Report:
Forty Years, Forty Hours
- Naomi Cleary

The Clay Studio's forty-hour celebrations in Philadelphia

Report:
Of Clay & Identity
- Marina Pieridou

The Valentinos Charalambous retrospective in Cyprus

Feature:
To the Letter
- Lily Crowther

Lily Crowther looks at the parallels between, and overlapping of, typography and ceramics

Feature:
Pattern & Print
- Julian Champkin

Christopher Taylor's richly layered vessels, presented by Julian Champkin

Feature:
Pots are the Purest Architecture
- Rachel Grimshaw

Rachel Grimshaw compares her two working practices

Feature:
A Maker Greatly Missed
- Inga Walton

Inga Walton highlights Janet Mansfield's legacy, following a tribute curated by Prue Venables

Feature:
Earth, Wood, Fire
- Giles Sutherland

The building of Philip Revell's anagama kiln and resulting wood-fired ceramics, by Giles Sutherland

Feature:
Form Follows Function
- Mandy Cheng

How questioning every element of every object informs Mandy Cheng's tableware designs

Feature:
The Essence of Place
- Ian Wilson

Ian Wilson uncovers Karin Schösser's love of glaze and landscape

Technical:
Monumental Vases
- Colin Martin

Colin Martin on Felicity Aylieff's Doha commission

Technical:
Working with Slabs
- John Higgins

John Higgins shows his approach to slab-built forms

A Potter's Flood:
- James Brinsford

James Brinsford interviews John Leach about the flood-hit Muchelney Pottery

Off-Centre:
- Rosie Edmondston-Low

Rosie Edmondston-Low asks: what are we doing for the young potters of the future?

CPA News:
- CPA News Editor: Kathy Niblett

The newsletter of the Craft Potters Association (CPA)