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Ceramic Review Issue 327

May/June 2024

Ceramic Review Issue 321

May/June 2023


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


CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

London Craft Week:

Here are some of the ceramic exhibitions, talks and workshops featured in the festival

Touching pots
- Natalie Baerselman le Gros

Natalie Baerselman le Gros reviews Julian Stair’s new exhibition, responding to the lives lost during the coronavirus pandemic

The sound of ceramics
- Jane Audas

Jane Audas discovers artist Oliver Beer’s latest show combining ceramic vessels and their musical notes

Potter's on Pots:

A fascination with 12th and 13th century Persian lusterware inspired Boris Aldridge to create his own

Real life in clay
- Corinne Julius

Lindsey Mendick makes ceramics based on her own life experiences, creating installations that have become a form of therapy. Corrine Julius tells us more

Potter's Secrets:

Sean Miller shares his inspiration and the techniques he uses on his traditional slipware

A passion for ceramics: The Collectors:
- Tim Martin

In the second part of his investigation, Tim Martin discovers the reasons why people collect ceramics

A collegiate trove

The Bell Collection of British Studio pottery has found a new permanent home in Clare Hall. Katherine Selby explores the display

Elevating the everyday
- Jessica Browne

Edinburgh-based potter Borja Moronta speaks to CR’s Jessica Browne about his passion for tableware and the potter’s wheel

One to Watch:

QEST scholar Leora Honeyman shares her desire to make her work spark wonder in her viewers

Curator's Choice:
- Warren Collum

Warren Collum from the Burton at Bideford Art Gallery & Museum, has chosen an exceptional maker amongst a remarkable collection of studio pottery