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Contents January/February 2019

FEATURE

FEATURE

FEATURE

8 Readers’ letters Your latest news, views and comments

10–11 News Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics, ceramic art and pottery

12–17 A lifetime’s endeavour Alex McErlain visits Jim Malone’s studio in Cumbria to discuss Malone’s work and the many changes in the world of pottery over his four decades of making 18–20 Gallery CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramics exhibitions

23–26 Review Isabella Smith visits Lucie Rie: Ceramics & Buttons at the Centre of Ceramic Art, York, to discover a foundational yet overlooked chapter of Rie’s story

28–31 Potters on pots Ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono discusses her fascination with Wedgwood’s Jasperware – and its influence on her heavily sprigged work (pictured)

32–37 The natural architect Emma Crichton-Miller meets artist Valéria Nascimento to learn more about her porcelain installations and growing international fame

39–42 Embracing development Stuart Carey, from open access studios The Kiln Rooms, discusses the relevance and impact of professional development for makers today

44–47 Auction eye Un/Breakable, Christie’s first dedicated ceramics sale broke world records. Head of the sale, Leonie Mir, considers the background of the artworks on offer ceramicreview.com

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