Ceramics: Art + Perception – #114

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  • Elyse Pignolet: Sexting Ceramics by Matthew Kangas
  • Sandy Lockwood: Unearthed Elements by Jack Troy
  • The Color of Tears: Kwak Kyung-hwa’s Let It Flow series by Jisu Hong
  • Brian Rochefort by Alexandra Terry
  • Annika Teder by Merike Alber
  • Jun Kaneko by Garth Clark
  • East-West Cultural Fusion by Zhang Hongxia
  • Bronwyn Williams-Ellis by Tim Saunders
  • Simone Leigh: Loophole of Retreat, Guggenheim Museum, New York by Janet Koplos
  • Eternally Beautiful: Vienna’s Augarten Porcelain Celebrates 300 Years by Nicole Kolig
  • Sandy Godwin: Lace Creates Enticing Ceramic Surfaces by Eugene Hön
  • Toshiko’s Legacy by Jimmy Clark
  • Prue Venebles: Evolving Form in a Domestic Landscape by Alison Britton
  • The Art of Threatened Species by Cathy Franzi


  • Once Was, but Now by Sebastian Blackie
  • What is Craft? The Binary Nature of Objects and the Single Nature of Humans by Anthony Merino
  • The Artist’s Challenge by Lisa Porter



  • Zhou Hua: The Art of Brush and Fire by Tang Ying and Arturo Dell’Acqua Bellaviti
  • How Women are Represented in Ceramics from the Ming and the Qing Dynasties in China by Li Yufei and Liang Hui’e
  • Jian Kiln Firing by Tom Lin
  • Q&A: Legacy Feldspars  by Jeff Zamek
  • Anagama Kiln Build: Roto-O-Rangi by Margaret Bray
  • Pottery: A Tool for Cultural Preservation in Some Niger Delta Traditions by Abamwa, Oghenekevwe Elizabeth

Cover image: Jun Kaneko, Untitled, Dango hand built and glazed ceramics, 70.5 x 32 x 23 in (179 x 81 x 58.5 cm).
Image credit: Colin Conces