Ceramics

The V&A has acquired a previously unknown porcelain sculpture Head of a Laughing Child (about 1746–49) after its chance discovery at a French flea market eight years ago.

Quarterly Fine Art sales are held every March, June, September, and December and have approximately 1200 carefully selected lots. The sales include British, European and Asian ceramics, Glass,…

Track 16 is pleased to present Los Angeles-based artist Galia Linn in her solo exhibition, “Evidence of Care.” Opening reception is Saturday, May 25 from 7-10pm, and the show runs through July 20.…

Iowa-based artist Jim Shrosbree is one of 25 visual artists from the United States and Canada awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship this April, for the Guggenheim Foundation’s 95th…

San Francisco artist Ron Nagle discusses his suspicion of the language used to describe ceramics and art in general. He reflects on his oblique strategies for titling his works, and reveals how…
British ceramic artist Claire Partington’s site-specific installation Taking Tea is adding a new dimension to the Seattle Art Museum (SAM)’s popular Porcelain Room.
Find out why a petticoat-wearing Jefferson Davis is swarmed by copperheads in this satirical 19th-century whiskey jug.
Bonhams Fine Chinese Art Sale made over $5 million yesterday, part of their Asian Week Sales in London. The top sale was lot 153, a very rare, large Imperial underglaze blue and iron-red enamel ‘Nine…