Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
Rory Roberston catches up with Roberto Lugo to find out why he has became known as the ‘Ghetto Potter’
CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramics exhibitions
A new display of Martin Smith’s work, recognised as one of the most innovative ceramicists of his generation, is introduced by Natalie Baersalem le Gros
Jill Fanshawe Kato shares the influences both a Picasso Owl and Japanese potter Ryoji Koie have had on her work
Walter Ostrom has spent his career pushing the boundaries of ceramic art. Naomi Clement tells us more
The British Ceramics Biennial is back with a new Artistic Director and a diverse programme of projects and events
Chris Keenan shares the making process behind one of his glazed bowls, but did it meet the potter’s exacting standards?
Curator, activist scholar and consultant – Andre Hess discusses the work Dr Wendy Gers does promoting ceramics
Brandon Reintjes discovers why Zemer Peled uses ceramic pieces or shards to create her unique, vibrant sculptures
Ceramic artist Steven Edwards’ colourful contemporary pieces are inspired by the processes he uses to create them
Chris Bramble and his daughter Freya Bramble-Carter share the step-by-step processes they have used to create a thrown and sculpted piece especially for the magazine
Linda Bloomfield shares the results of experiments carried out to produce celadon glazes in an electric kiln as part of a collaboration on glazy.org
Catrin Jones from the Wedgwood Collection has chosen a historical piece that still makes a poignant statement