Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
January / February 2019
Alex McErlain visits Jim Malone's studio in Cumbria to discuss Malone's work and the many changes in the world of pottery over his four decades of making
Isabella Smith visits Lucie Rie: Ceramics & Buttons at the Centre of Ceramic Art, York, to discover a foundational yet overlooked chapter of Rie's story
Ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono discusses her fascination with Wedgwood's Jasperware – and its influence on her heavily sprigged work
Emma Crichton-Miller meets artist Valéria Nascimento to learn more about her porcelain installations and growing international fame
Stuart Carey, from open access studios The Kiln Rooms, discusses the relevance and impact of professional development for makers today
Head of sales at Christie's Leonie Mir considers the background to artworks in Un/Breakable, its first dedicated ceramics sale, which broke world records
Jason Wood considers the life and work of the Yemeni-born ceramic artist Abdo Nagi, whose work is experiencing a resurgence of interest
Wondering where to buy the best ceramics this festive season? Check our listings guide to shops and galleries across the UK and online
We discover rising talent Alice Funge, whose tableware decorated with transfers and poured slip has already earned her several awards
Peter Beard answers a question from a reader who is keen to start selling her wares at fairs on the continent, but doesn't know where to begin
Potter Duncan Ayscough takes us step-by-step through the processes he uses to throw and combine the elements of a long-necked pot
Potter Richard Baxter shares how he makes his vivid purple-blue glaze with a matte velvet-like finish, which is coloured using cobalt
We put Lesley Risby's skeletal sculptures, which she creates using porcelain and nichrome wire, in focus on our back page
'Essentially I see my pots as containers of distilled thoughts, moments arrested in time expressing the narratives of their own making.' In our latest video, potter Duncan Ayscough discusses the processes he uses to throw and combine the elements of a long-necked pot.