Ceramic Review Issue 274 July/August 2015  £10.10

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Sebastian Blackie

Sebastian Blackie muses on the pieces made by the 'potter's potter', Jean-Nicholas Gerard, which featured in a recent show




From the mudlarked pottery finds, to the making of a dazzling new installation for York: our round-up of current ceramic stories


Johnny Vegas: standing up for pottery


Don't let ceramics education become something only the privileged can afford, says the man who brought the potters wheel to the stage


Three of a kind?

Harriet Jones

When the Jerwood Makers Open award 2015 was announced, of the five artists chosen, three were ceramists




CR's selection of the ceramic-led shows to see this July and August


Gathering shape

Eleanor Flegg

Deirdre McLoughlin's powerful ceramic pieces saw her win last year's Westerwald Prize


The collector, the maker and the one 'hot' project


How a key collection of Michael Cardew - and his students' - work led Aberystwyth University to create exciting new displays and activities


One man's way

Lily Crowther

Over 40 years Nicholas Pope's art has taken in mediums as diverse as knitting, carvings and ceramics


Less is more


Her work may sell in colourful, fashionable outlets such as Liberty's, but for a potter such as Charlotte Storrs the focus is on making simple, modest wares




Chris Keenan has been making pots for almost twenty years. In this issue he takes us through the processes for his Cloud and Rocking bowls


Ones to watch


CR meets four young ceramists, each in their first years as a maker, as they prepare their work to feature in this year's 'New Designers' show

The potter's blog


Elinor Cantrill

James and Tilla Waters reveal the ideas behind their blog page

Auction eye



Experts from Christie's advise on provenance, and bring news on recent 'unforgettable' sales and figures for historical ceramics

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