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


Ceramic Review Issue 316

July/August 2022

Ceramic Review Issue 315

May/June 2022

Contents...
News:

Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics

Profile:
Adam Nathaniel Furman

Adam Nathaniel Furman is taking ceramics to new heights and pushing the boundaries of design possibilities, making art accessible to the public. Corinne Julius discovers more

Gallery:

CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

Review:
Cultural Reflections
- Sebastian Blackie

Sebastian Blackie reviews the exhibition Magdalene Odundo at Cambridge

Potter's Secrets:
John Higgins

John Higgins shares the inspiration and making process behind one of his handbuilt and expressively decorated bowl

Profile:
Freedom in clay
- Jane Audas

Jane Audas visits Chilean artist Fernando Casasempere in his studio to find out more about the inspiration for his work

Potters on Pots:
Lisa Katzenstein

Lisa Katzenstein tells us more about her re-interpretation of traditional making methods through a contemporary lens

The Return of Ceramic Art London:

Jessica Browne reports on the makers, talks featured and what to expect at the popular show

News:
Empowerment through clay

Kimberly Chandler caught up with Kate Malone and the FiredUp4 campaign to find out more about their work with young people and fundraising activities

Profile:
Etheral encounters
- Annie Le Santo

Sophie Woodrow’s porcelain figures make connections between humans and the natural world. She shares her influences with Annie Le Santo

Review:
Rhythm of life
- Moira Vincentilli

Moira Vincentilli discovers the inspiration behind Jane Perryman’s new work, on show at Ruthin Craft Centre

One to Watch:
Malory Tate

Malory Tate tells us about her work inspired by the 18th century and the community that helped shape her into the artist she is today

Masterclass:
Daniel Boyle

Daniel Boyle takes us through the processes and techniques he uses to throw, ash glaze and salt fire his vibrantly decorated pots

Glaze Recipe:
The air we breathe
- Linda Bloomfield

A special exhibition at Ceramic Art London aims to highlight the impact of air pollution through ceramics. Linda Bloomfield tells us more

Curator's Choice:
Wendy Gers

Wendy Gers chooses to celebrate Yoon Seok-hyeon’s first solo exhibition Ott/Another paradigmatic ceramics at the Princessehof Musuem in the Netherlands