Ceramics
Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art - Niki de Saint Phalle: Je Suis Une Vache Suisse

Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art – Niki de Saint Phalle: Je Suis Une Vache Suisse

At a time when many central London galleries – particularly in Cork Street – are closing it is exciting to find a new venture in the heart of traditional Mayfair. Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art opened just over a year ago in February 2015, but already seems a well-established presence on Conduit Street. The focus is...
Mud Museum - collected, created and curated mud and fire

Mud Museum – collected, created and curated mud and fire

Two London based artists, Rose de Borman and Robert Rush, have taken over a derelict delicatessen and house in Kings Cross for a week-long art exhibition of their latest collaborative ceramics project. The contents of the house and shop front has been collected, created and curated by the pair, in their signature offbeat style. Everything...
Burleigh – The British Pottery Company Fighting Back

Burleigh – The British Pottery Company Fighting Back

Staffordshire is a microcosm representative of pockets of industry throughout the United Kingdom. During the nineteenth century these industrious towns up and down the country flourished on coal, textiles, ceramics and so on, yet as the industrial revolution died down and production slowly moved abroad for cheaper labour and land, these towns became all but...
Judy Chicago: Star Cunts & Other Attractions at Riflemaker

Judy Chicago: Star Cunts & Other Attractions at Riflemaker

  ‘Star Cunts & Other Attractions’ is a fittingly lurid title for this exhibition of Judy Chicago’s early works on display at Riflemaker in Soho. The show includes test plates from the now (in)famous The Dinner Party, alongside cooler, abstracted works from Chicago’s early flirtation with minimalism – the exhibition is a welcome spotlight on the American...
Disobedient Objects - Fusing Art With Politics at the V&A

Disobedient Objects – Fusing Art With Politics at the V&A

Fusing art with politics is a challenge that many contemporary artists are now accepting with great zeal, as the creative sphere of the twenty-first century is able to pose an increasing threat to social norms. As one of the UK’s traditional art institutions in the UK it seems ironic, yet also progressive, for the Victoria...
Restless Futures at London Design Festival, Central Saint Martins

Restless Futures at London Design Festival, Central Saint Martins

  Showcasing the future of design practice, Central Saint Martins’ recent graduates show off their latest projects at the Restless Futures exhibition as part of London Design Festival.   There are the expected technology-attuned designs, such as a 3D printed sake set. Also the amusingly clever innovations; digital printable artwork controlled by sitting on a...
Interview with James Ward of Jimbob Art

Interview with James Ward of Jimbob Art

Ever seen a bear in red pants taking a bath, or a badger in a superhero outfit? No? Well then you obviously haven’t checked out Jimbob Art, a little ceramic shop just off of Brick Lane. The space is filled with plates, stackable coffee cups, beer tankards and more, all emblazoned with comical animal characters and...
Ceramic Art London 2014

Ceramic Art London 2014

  Today saw the opening of Ceramic Art London, the biggest fair for contemporary ceramic art held in London. Celebrating its 10th birthday the show takes place every year for one weekend only at the Royal College of Art. So if your looking for something enticing to occupy your weekend, then come meet some of...
WickED Arts Festival

WickED Arts Festival

  This weekend it was the Hackney WickED Arts Festival, an annual event which is in its sixth year. It is an entirely free festival, featuring art exhibits, live theatre, music, craft stalls and food and drink, taking place over three days. It is spread across various locations, all accessible from Hackney Wick overground station,...
Ceramic Art London 2013 - 12-14th April

Ceramic Art London 2013 – 12-14th April

  On for this weekend only, Ceramic Art London is the biggest UK fair for contemporary studio ceramic art, housing a formidable 75+ individual artists. I explored the expansive gallery space last night to bring you my highlights from this 3 day event. As you enter the Royal College of Art you’ll know your in...



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