Art You Can Touch


clockwise, L to R: Hitomi McKenzie, Claire Loder, Manuel Canu, Ikuko Iwamoto

So what does the term ‘ceramics’ make you think of? Sludgy brown pots made by someone approximately Felicity Kendal in The Good Life? A mass market Next dinner service? Well, unfetter your thinking! Because the world of ceramic art is as dynamic, diverse and exciting as any painting show! In fact, possibly more so, if like me you recognise almost no difference between (‘fine’) art collecting and the football industry: a reductive process of purchase, profit and celebrity in which no-one really cares what they’re looking at/talking about as long as it’s a ‘solid’ investment. Anyway, let’s not go into that right now – its nearly Friday….

Ceramic Art London Feb 27- March 1, Royal College of Art, London: 
Fair, demonstrations, talks and discussions


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