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Critical Ceramics

Whatever adds to the dialog...This board was created for my Critical Ceramics class started at CalArts in the Fall of 2012. But feel free to check out this work, both contemporary and historical.

Critical Ceramics

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Yu Ying Huang - Bowl #ceramics #pottery #vessel

Ruth Duckworth Cup, 1994 Ceramic, Porcelain, 4 1/2 x 4 x 3 1/2 in. (11.43 x 10.16 x 8.89 cm) Smits Ceramics Purchase Fund (AC1995.167.2.3) LACMA Decorative Arts and Design Department.

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Magdalene Odundo

Magdalene Odundo

Magdalene Odundo

Magdalene Odundo

Gable Ornament (P'naret), mid-20th century. Big Nambas people, Malakula Island, Vanuatu. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 (1979.206.1584) #noses #Connections

Gable Ornament (P'naret) [Big Nambas people, Malakula Island, Vanuatu] (1979.206.1584)| Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Algerian water vessel

African Pottery Arts - traditional, contemporary

Guido Gambone; Glazed Ceramic Vessel, 1950s.

amic art vessel by cerMårten Medbo vase clay porcelain

Ceramic Vessel, 1997 Magdalene Odundo Kenya/Britain Red clay 19 3/4 x 13 in.

Christina Schou Christensen: Soft Pink, h. 40 cm, earthenware, 2013

Christina Schou Christensen reinterpreting conventional materials in an intriguingly unconventional way; danish ceramic artist christina schou christensen challenges the use of ceramic glaze and stoneware. determining the form’s properties and possibilities, the artist swaps the role of the material’s traditional purpose – the glazing, which usually acts as a mere covering layer in order to protect stoneware, becomes a quirky feature. image © sofie lachaert

christina schou christensen's ceramics at galerie sofie lachaert

christian schou christensen Ceramic glaze and earthenware, conventional materials, are intriguingly unconventionally used. Whereas glaze usually acts as a mere covering layer in order to protect and to ornament earthenware, Christensen swaps roles and examines the material for its form determining properties and possibilities. The viscosity of the glaze, the porosity of the ceramic, the temperature of the kiln and ever-present gravity serve as the tools in Christensen’s ongoing research

musing about mud: September 2013

Rebecca Maeder, Artist, (clockwise from top right): acanthocoelenteron (3, 6, 8), porcelain, 20-50cm ~ coelenteron (1, 2, 4, 5, 7) porcelain, 10-30cm (avg),

white stones - doris-becker

white stones

white stones - doris-becker

white stones

ruth duckworth

Ruth Duckworth - Untitled, ceramic on

Lana Wilson - Ritual Teapot

Coffee, Tea & Potpourri: Amazing Teapots - Part 2

Rare and Superb Santa Clara Black 32-Rib S-Swirl Jar by Nancy Youngblood. More important Native American pottery on

Glen MacInnis

Glen MacInnis - Wavy greenware

Theaster Gates

New York’s Armory Week Insights

ceramic containers cast from household detergents and cleaners

the house that jealousy built: the jealous curator.

Theaster Gates Installation view

Theaster Gates - Installation view

Ricky Maldonado

Ricky Maldonado

ricky maldonado’s dotted terra cotta

céramiques : Karin dessag C'est vraiment superbe