Ceramics Art + Perception #96


  • Suzuki Osamu, Sodeisha and Ceramic Identity in Modern Japan by Amiko Matsuo
  • Figuratively Speaking by Nancy M Servis
  • Zhu Legeng by Rolando Giovannini
  • Jeff Mincham by Tony Martin
  • Suzanne Lussier Installs Galore by Stephen Glueckert
  • Extreme Porcelain: Arnold Annen by Walter Lokau
  • Ceramic Art London 2014 by Paul Bailey
  • Tracing Oblivion – Yael Atzmony by Ester Beck
  • Steven Young Lee: Red, Blue and White by Janet Koplos
  • Figurative Incongruity – Hunter Stamps by Joe Molinaro
  • Luigi Ontani: Poetry and Perfect Expertise by Rolando Giovannini
  • Feast Pottery Raises the Bar by Gloria Hickey
  • Wilma Cruise – The Alice Diaries by Ingrid Stevens
  • Robert Turner: Art is a Verb byMichael McTwigan
  • Mathew McConnell – Self, Theft and Inspiration by Glen R Brown

  • Alfredo Eandrade: Eternal Present by Valéria Nascimento
  • Plate Expectations: Of Ceramics and Chefs by Penny Smith
  • Bloom by Anthony Merino
  • Magdalene Odundo: Bunting Biennial by Andrew Buck
  • Shozo Michikawa – Fluency and Animation by Tony Birks
  • 8 Artistes & La Terre by Françoise de L’Epine
  • Edna Dickinson • Cascaras by Francis McConkey
  • Ceramics in a Fuller View of China, Japan & Korea by Matthew Kangas
  • Karen Karnes/Mark Shapiro: Collaboration/Co/Elaboration by Christine Temin
  • Elemental: Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis by Janet Koplos
  • Thinking Outside the Box: Kim Hono by Sonja Simonis
  • Hiram Rosado Poupart by Marimer Cebollero
  • Point of View by Sharbani Das Gupta
  • Janet Hamer – A Remembrance by Mary Cousins
  • Edmund de Waal: A Book Review by Janet Koplos

Cover image: Wilma Cruise, The Travellers,
Photo by Ant Strack