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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 299

September / October 2019

Ceramic Review Magazine Front Cover Issue 299
Contents...
Profile:
Honest pottery
- Andy Christian

Andy Christian visits Clive Bowen in his Devon studio to talk about his making process and the influences behind his traditional slipware pots

Gallery:
In the spotlight

CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramics exhibitions

Preview:
Unconventional beauty
- Frances McDonald

Frances McDonald explores Beau–laid, an exhibition being held in central London that addresses concerns within contemporary art, craft and design

Inspiration:
Potters on pots
- Ibrahim Said

Egyptian potter Ibrahim Said discusses the meaning behind ancient Islamic jug filter carvings and how they have influenced his own work

Celebrating ceramics:
A decade of ceramics
- Barney Hare Duke

Artistic director Barney Hare Duke reflects on the British Ceramics Biennial ahead of its return to Stoke-on-Trent to celebrate its tenth anniversary year

Architecture :
Laguna Viva
- Colin Martin

Colin Martin visits the encaustic tile installation at the V-A-C Foundation in Venice, to discover more about their background and manufacture

Collector:
Ceramic mentor
- Karen Bray

CR’s editor, Karen Bray visits Preston Fitzgerald’s London home to learn about his love of collecting ceramics and his work with emerging makers

Profile:
Human concerns
- Eva Masterman

Katie Spragg has achieved a lot since graduating from the Royal College of Art. Eva Masterman meets the artist to find out more about her ‘dual practice’

Exhibitions:
The show must go on
- Toby Brundin

Ahead of the Oxford Ceramics Fair in October, the CPA’s Toby Brundin takes us through the challenges and opportunities of exhibiting at today’s ceramic shows

Technical:
Glaze Recipe
- Mirka Golden-Hann

Mirka Golden-Hann shares a recipe for a bold green glaze

Gallery:
In the spotlight

We focus on studio potter Dylan Bowen’s Monsters series