Volume 3, Issue 2, Spring/Summer 2020

$17.50

Featuring a diverse range of innovative ceramic work, sculptural and functional, from practitioners who are both emerging and well established, Volume 2, Issue 2 of Ceramics New Zealand is a beautiful, perfect-bound edition in a collectable set.

This issue includes articles by Milly Mitchell-Anyon, Sophie Bannan, Heidi Brickell, Jessica Griffin, Sarah McClintock, Philip Clarke, Ben Pyne, Larissa Goodwin, and Becky Richards.

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Featuring a diverse range of innovative ceramic work, sculptural and functional, from practitioners who are both emerging and well established, Volume 2, Issue 2 of Ceramics New Zealand is a beautiful, perfect-bound edition in a collectable set.

This issue includes articles by Milly Mitchell-Anyon, Sophie Bannan, Heidi Brickell, Jessica Griffin, Sarah McClintock, Philip Clarke, Ben Pyne, Larissa Goodwin, and Becky Richards.

With a rich mix of reviews, short essays, interviews, and technical articles, Ceramics New Zealand forms a platform for in-depth discussion on ceramic practice in New Zealand. Stunning full-colour images and accessible content mean the magazine can be enjoyed by makers, educators, collectors, and all ceramics enthusiasts.

170mm x 230mm.

 

In this issue

 

  • Review: Andrea du Chatenier – Eigenleben Milly Mitchell-Anyon
  • Review: Laurie Steer and the Protective Orb Sophie Bannan
  • Review: Human-skin and God-skin – Stevei Houkāmau is Inscribing a Narrative Heidi Brickell
  • Review: Bekah Carran: And We Look and Comb Our Hair Jessica Griffin
  • Interview: The Value of the Portage Awards – A Conversation with Te Uru
  • Beneath Each History Another History – On the Work of Caitlin Clarke Sarah McClintock
  • Rhythms of a Tin Shed – The Power of Internships Larissa Goodwin and Becky Richards
  • Collecting: Sahar Lone Philip Clarke
  • Approaching Red Rocks Ben Pyne