An invaluable resource for potters, ceramicists, ceramic artists, collectors, enthusiasts and students, Ceramic Review has been inspiring ceramics communities since 1970.
Combining authoritative writing with top-quality photography, the bi-monthly magazine contains a range of features on historic and contemporary practice, as well as valued technical information, masterclasses, auction coverage for collectors, exclusive interviews and signposts to key events and exhibitions.
If you are passionate about ceramics, pottery, art and design, Ceramic Review will provide you with a window into the diverse workings of potters, ceramic artists, collectors and galleries from across the world.
From illusive forms to modular compositions and distinctive tableware, CR 326 spotlights contemporary makers Nicholas Lees, Emmanuel Boos, and James and Tilla Waters.
Ahead of two new exhibitions, Beth Williamson explores Gillian Lowndes' legacy, and Jane Audas talks to the curator of the UK's largest Mingei exhibition.
Corinne Julius delves into Clare Twomey’s new public art project.
Historical costume designer turned ceramic artist Kim Witcher's 3D-printed Parian clay sculptures draw inspiration from mythology.
Tony Laverick reflects on the impact of Massier ceramics on his making style.
Mandy Cheng discusses her Nerikomi technique and nature-inspired designs.
Gilles Le Corre guides our latest Masterclass on crafting a faceted bowl and sgraffito-drawn platter.