Ceramics Art + Perception #82


CONTENTS

  • Vital Emptiness: María Oriza’s Sculptures by M H Lépicouche
  • Stephen De Staebler by Martha Drexler Lynn
  • Rafael Pérez Fernandez by Helen Bevis
  • The Vessel, The Object by Hanspeter Dähler
  • The Pull of Dark Currents – Laura O’Hagan by Ann Mulrooney
  • Michaela Kloeckner: A Review by Gordon Foulds
  • Akio Takamori and Sergei Isupov by Judith Schwartz
  • Edmund de Waal: A Review by Tony Birks
  • Jan Downes – Illumination by Faye Neilson
  • Ann Mortimer: A Review by Gil McElroy
  • Joslyn Tilson – A Review by Andy Christian
  • Matt Wedel: A Review by Gil McElroy
  • Impruneta: A Review by Douglas N Dow
  • William Daley: Vesica Explorations – A Review by Syd Carpenter
  • The Writings of Michael Casson by Simon Ford

  • The Primal Ceramics of Moshe Shek by Ester Beck
  • Taiwan Ceramics Biennale 2010 by Amanda Fielding
  • Barbara Nanning: Tradition and Innovation by Piet Augustijn
  • Bertozzi & Casoni – A Review by Rolando Giovannini
  • Muse and Curmudgeon by Jack Troy
  • 25x25: Taller Huara Huara Exhibition by Ruth Krauskopf
  • 12 Independent Reviews of Exhibitions Coinciding with the 2010 NCECA Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US
  • Book and DVD Reviews

  • Clay, Light and Water by Janet Mansfield
  • Alan Peascod: Artist of Exceptional Talent by Glen R Brown
  • Mud Architect: DVD by Jack Troy

Cover image: Sergei Isupov, Lightness, 33 x 18 x 9 in.

Published December 2010


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