A top quality, serious minded journal dedicated to the world of ceramics, Ceramics Art and Perception magazine offers an authoritative and definitive review of the artform.
This insightful quarterly publication features intelligent and insightful reviews of the work of world-leading artists, as well as ruminations on the medium as a whole and reviews of relevant books. Ceramics is impressively well presented, with very high production values, excellent paper and fantastic colour photography throughout, showing off the featured works perfectly. Essential reading for anyone with a serious interesting in the world of ceramics.
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This was far too high-class a publication for us to lead with the terrible “If you’re potty about pottery…” Sadly. Oh well, what we do have here is in fact an excellent journal covering the world of ceramics in fantastic detail. If you’re picking up a copy of this publication be prepared for some serious minded thinking, impressive analysis and some absolutely glorious examples of the ceramic artist’s work.
Ceramics covers the work of eminent artists such as Grayson Perry, Peter Voulkos and Inga Svendsen, as well as reviewing all the exhibitions and galleries of note around the world. If it is elegant, fantastically well produced and strikingly moving it will find a place in Ceramics, whether it be a vase, vessel, figure sculpture or strange, unidentifiable lump.
You might remember from a few years back an exhibition in London by the renowned Chinese ceramic artist Ai Weiwei, a piece comprised of millions of tiny ceramic sunflowers seeds scattered across a floor, each hand-painted. This is a fantastic example of just how strikingly different ceramics can be, and how they can create a message. Of course, the inevitable health and safety fears caused it to be closed, with people worried about breathing in tiny ceramic particles. Art cannot be censored, but it can certainly be paused by petty officiality. NB