Ceramics

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Why generations of students at Cranbrook have made the pilgrimage to Bob & Hazel’s Ceramics in Pontiac, Michigan

BY Glenn Adamson | 22 MAR 20

His works in ceramic recall histories of colonialism and manufacturing, while alluding to our digital age

BY John Vincler | 27 SEP 19
Fan Letter

‘She introduced me to the borderland of craft, for which I count myself very lucky’

BY Tanya Harrod | 15 JAN 19

Alongside a centuries-old collection of Old Masters, Delftware and Chinoiserie, the Devonshires continue to commission contemporary art 

BY Glenn Adamson | 15 AUG 18

Remembering the visionary ceramic artist whose aesthetic was that of a painter: ‘Everything she touched was edged with delight’

BY Glenn Adamson | 08 JAN 18

With the sad news of the passing of Betty Woodman, revisiting her interview where she talked about ceramic histories and modern painting

BY Amy Sherlock | 04 JAN 18
Article

The Met’s Luke Syson talks at Frieze Masters about the display of artworks

12 NOV 17

Hauser & Wirth, London, UK

BY Aaron Angell | 06 FEB 17

Amy Sherlock chairs a discussion between Caroline Achaintre, Aaron Angell, Alison Britton and Richard Slee about their work in clay

BY Amy Sherlock | 10 MAY 16

Nicolas Party and Jesse Wine meet to discuss forms, frames and learning from Giorgio Morandi

BY Jesse Wine | 23 OCT 15

Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA

BY Dan Fox | 21 OCT 15

Contemporary artists and ceramic traditions

BY Amy Sherlock | 30 SEP 14

Botched temporalities and ceramic selves

BY Matthew McLean | 24 SEP 14

Theatrical textiles and characters in clay

BY Isobel Harbison | 30 MAY 14

Studio pottery, anti-art, John Fahey and compost

BY Tom Morton | 16 JUN 13

Early 20th-century literary characterization; imagination, action and agency

BY Colin Perry | 01 FEB 12