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Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 290

March / April 2018

Contents...
Profile:
Sculptural lines
- Dominique Corlett

A year on from winning our Newcomer to Ceramic Art London Award 2017, Dominique Corlett interviews ceramic artist Lauren Nauman

Preview:
Things of beauty
- Simon Olding

As a major exhibition on British studio pottery opens at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, co-curator Simon Olding reflects on the show opens at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, co-curator Simon Olding reflects on the show As a major exhibition on British studio pottery opens at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, co-curator Simon Olding reflects on the show

Design:
Reinventing Betty
- Tim Parsons

Tim Parsons discusses a British design icon, the Brown Betty teapot, following its recent re-engineering by Ian McIntyre

Inspiration:
Potters on pots
- Prue Cooper

Prue Cooper explains how message-bearing ceramics found in the V&A influenced her own narrative-laden slipware dishes Prue Cooper explains how message-bearing ceramics found in the V&A influenced her own narrative-laden slipware dishes

Profile:
Of spirits and stories
- Sue Herdman

Sue Herdman visits artist Midori Takaki in her Canterbury studio to learn more about her folklore-inspired ceramic sculptures

Collecting:
Auction eye
- Jason Wood

As the demand for studio ceramics increases, Jason Wood of Adam Partridge Auctioneers reports on another busy year at auction

People:
Ceramics: past, present, future
- Isabella Smith

Alun Graves, Senior Curator of Ceramics and Glass at the V&A, discusses all things clay with CR's Assistant Editor, Isabella Smith

Education:
Learning from the masters
- Fiona Green

Fiona Green discusses a project that saw ceramics students draw on work from the Anthony Shaw Collection at CoCA, York

Ceramic Art London:
Overseas at CAL

Ahead of this year's fair, we meet new exhibitors at Ceramic Art London from countries as far afield as Brazil and Korea

Advice:
Ask the experts
- Linda Bloomfield

Glaze expert Linda Bloomfield answers a question about multiple firings and glazes

Emerging maker:
One to watch
- Matthew Warner

We discover potter Matthew Warner's elegant, functional pots, inspired by historic European tableware and the social history of ceramics

Clays and glazes:
Clay and glaze recipe
- Gilles le Corre

Ceramist Gilles le Corre shares the recipes behind his textured stoneware pots, created with clay containing natural impurities

Masterclass:
Masterclass
- Ruthanne Tudball

Ruthanne Tudball takes us step-by-step through the process she uses to make and fire her distinctive soda-glazed teapots

History:
CPA 60th celebration

We put CR's co-founder and potter, Emmanuel Cooper, in the spotlight