Ceramics

Archeologist gives inside look at their research process & unpacks discoveries. When one hears the name "Nasca,"* the first thing that comes to mind is probably the monumental geoglyphs of the…
At 130 pounds, Brie Ruais is equal in weight and material substance to her collaborator: clay. Each work they embark on involves pulling out the partner’s guts and pushing them into a shape.
The cloud’s chimeric quality is even more salient in Chinese visual and material arts. It has made a palpable mark on theories of painting and the visual arts of China, and by extension the visual…
The forthcoming exhibition explores common approaches shared between Japanese and Scandinavian visual cultures. The show will feature 39 contemporary fiber and ceramic artists from Denmark, Finland,…
Originally trained as a painter in Japan and captured by the California Clay Movement of the early 1960s, Kaneko has for decades explored the interpenetration of form and space in his sculptures.
The course of this global pandemic has left many feeling shattered and searching for distraction. Derived from two small Japanese words meaning golden and joining, kintsugi is fundamentally about ‘…
With a background in animation, fashion design, and advertising, Genesis Belanger constructs colorful staged scenarios that seem enchantingly dreamlike. 
The Chinese Tang Dynasty is unparalleled in the opulence of its works of art. Sotheby’s upcoming sale ‘Important Chinese Art’ (4 November | London) features exquisite Tang Sancai coloured ceramic…