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Contents May/June 2022

9–10 News Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics

12–17 Big, bold and off the scale Adam Nathaniel Furman is taking ceramics to new heights and pushing the boundaries of design possibilities, making art accessible to the public. Corinne Julius discovers more

19–20 Gallery CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

23–26 Cultural reflections Sebastian Blackie reviews Magdalene Odundo at Cambridge, an exhibition that reveals the city’s influence on her career

29–30 Potter’s secrets John Higgins shares the inspiration and making process behind one of his handbuilt and expressively decorated bowls

32–37 Freedom in clay Jane Audas visits Chilean artist Fernando Casasempere in his London studio to discuss the inspiration for his work

38–40 Potters on pots Lisa Katzenstein tells us more about her re-interpretation of traditional making methods through a contemporary lens

44–45 The return of Ceramic Art London Jessica Browne reports on what to expect at this year’s show

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Our ‘one to watch’ this issue – Malory Tate

49–50 Empowerment through clay Kimberly Chandler caught up with Kate Malone and the FiredUp4 campaign to find out about its work with young people and the latest fundraising activities

52–57 Ethereal encounters Sophie Woodrow’s porcelain figures make connections between humans and the natural world. She shares her inf luences with Annie Le Santo

59–61 Rhythm of life Moira Vincentelli discovers the inspiration behind Jane Perryman’s new work, on show at Ruthin Craft Centre

62–65 One to watch Malory Tate tells us about her work inspired by the 17th and 18th centuries and the community that helped shape her into the artist she is today

67–75 Masterclass Daniel Boyle takes us step-by-step through the processes and techniques he uses to throw, ash glaze and salt fire his vibrantly decorated pots

76-78 The air we breathe A special exhibition at Ceramic Art London highlights the impact of air pollution through ceramics and glazes. Linda Bloomfield tells us more

82 Curator’s choice Wendy Gers chooses to celebrate Yoon Seok-hyeon’s first solo exhibition Ott/Another paradigmatic ceramics at the Princessehof Musuem in the Netherlands


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