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Month in Review: June 2014

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Featured artists
Jamie Bates Slone: Phenotypes, 2014
Susan Phillips: Untitled, 2013
Sarah Purvey: Landscape Series, 2010-2014
Kevork Cholakian: Artist’s Studio Chairs, 2012-2013
Eszter Imre: Must-produced, 2012
Tristan Stamm: Collections, 2014
Lucy Gresley: Vessels, 2014
Güliz Korkmaz Tirkeş: Flow Series, 2010-2013
Brett Freund: Bliss Point, 2013-2014
Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2013
Seth Czaplewski: Onsite Sculpture, 2013-2014

Article
The Dance of Infinity, by Hagai Segev

Exhibition galleries
Lucia Pizzani: The Worshipper of the Image at Beers Contemporary, London
Alexandra Lerman: Immediate Release at Tina Kim Gallery, New York
Michael Geertsen: Still Life, Still Lives at Jason Jacques Gallery, New York

Exhibitions
Sakiyama Takayuki and Fukumoto Fuku / Joan B Mirviss, New York
Matthew Szösz: Complications / Zane Bennett Gallery, Sante Fe
Watt’s Up? Ceramics and Light / Bernardaud Foundation, Limoges, France
Simcha Even-Chen: Balance in Motion / Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center, Tel Aviv
Territorios Conmovidos / Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano MACLA, La Plata, Argentina

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    Exhibitions galleries
    Hannah Wilke: Sculpture 1960s-’80s at Alison Jacques Gallery, London
    Elements in Harmony: Contemporary Japanese ceramics at Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

    Exhibitions
    Michael Geertsen: Still Life, Still Lives / Jason Jacques Gallery, New York
    Simon Carroll / Corvi-Mora Gallery, London
    Alexandra Lerman: Immediate Release / Tina Kim Gallery, New York
    Transformation 9: Contemporary Works in Ceramics / Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh
    Dual Natures in Ceramics: Eight Contemporary Artists from Korea / SFO Museum, San Francisco
    Jun Kaneko: A Stage for a Shared Dream / Locks Gallery, Philadelphia
    Nathan Lynch: Another High / Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
    Emma Woffenden: Falling Hard / Marsden Woo Gallery, London
    SCORES: Fujita, Cole & Lopez / Cross MacKenzie Gallery, Washington DC
    Ewen Henderson / Erskine, Hall & Coe, London
    Edmund de Waal: Atmosphere / Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent
    State of Flux / An Talla Solais, Ullapool, Scotland
    Anna Maria Maiolino. Between Senses / Hauser & Wirth, New York
    Annabeth Rosen / Ventana244, Brooklyn
    Marit Tingleff and Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl: X–Scapes / Copenhagen Ceramics
    Hannah Wilke: Sculpture 1960s-’80s / Alison Jacques Gallery, London
    InCiteful Clay / Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, USA
    Sara Radstone / Marsden Woo Gallery, London
    Beverly Mayeri / Duane Reed Gallery, Saint Louis

    Calls for applications and news
    Contemporary Ceramics Festival TseGlyna 2014, Kiev, Ukraine
    2nd International Ceramic Art Symposium LANDescape, Daugavpils, Latvia

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    Exhibition galleries
    Jun Kaneko: Black & White at Bentley Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona
    Lynda Benglis at Cheim & Read Gallery, New York
    William O’Brien: The Lovers at Almine Rech Gallery, Paris
    Şirin Koçak at Kuğulu Art Gallery, Ankara, Turkey
    Mixed Display 2014 at Marsden Woo Gallery, London

    Exhibitions
    Gunhild Rudjord and Nils Erik Gjerdevik / Copenhagen Ceramics, Denmark
    Gail Goldsmith: Everyday Weapons / William Holman Gallery, New York
    Klara Kristalova: Underworld / Galerie Perrotin, New York
    Modern and Contemporary Ceramics: Anita Kay Hardy and Gregory Kaslo Collection / Boise Art Museum, Idaho
    Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection / Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    Rose Cabat at 100: A Retrospective Exhibition of Ceramics / Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona
    EPURE by Daniela Schlagenhauf & Nathalie Jover / Les Ateliers galerie de L’Ô, Bruxelles
    Johan Tahon: Albarelli for all sores / Valerie Traan Gallery, Antwerp
    Jun Kaneko: Black & White / Bentley Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona
    Best Kept Secret: The Scripps College Ceramic Collection / American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California
    Lynda Benglis / Cheim & Read Gallery, New York
    Dark Light: The Micaceous Ceramics of Christine Nofchissey McHorse / Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
    Şirin Koçak / Kuğulu Art Gallery, Ankara, Turkey
    William J. O’Brien: The Lovers / Almine Rech Gallery, Paris
    Anders Ruhwald and Matt Ziemke / The Clay Studio, Philadelphia
    Yeesookyung: The Meaning of Time / Locks Gallery, Philadelphia
    Anne Wenzel: The Opaque Palace / TENT Rotterdam
    James Tower / Erskine, Hall & Coe Gallery, London
    Simon Fujiwara / Contemporary Art Society, London
    Sculpture 2014 / Brenda May Gallery, Sydney

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    Tim Rowan Ceramics

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    Tim Rowan was born in 1967 in New York City and grew up in Connecticut, along the shore of Long Island Sound. His art education began during college, receiving a BFA from The State University of New York at New Paltz before journeying to Japan for 2 years to apprentice with ceramic artist Ryuichi Kakurezaki. Upon his return he worked briefly in studios in Massachusetts and New York before receiving his MFA from Pennsylvania State University.

    He established his kiln and studio deep in the woods of the Hudson Valley in 2000, where he lives with his wife and son. His work has been represented in solo and group exhibitions internationally, most recently having solo shows at Yufuku Gallery in Tokyo, Japan and Cavin-Morris Gallery, in New York City. In September, 2013, Tim Rowans ceramic sculptures will be represented in a solo exhibition at Lacoste Gallery, in Concord, Massachusetts.

    Rowans’ work is made, primarily, from native clay, direct from the earth and unprocessed. He works with geologists to locate local clay deposits and hand-digs selected sections of earth. The “impurities” in the clay are left to reveal themselves, upon sculpting and firing. The forms are slowly constructed from layers, built up over days and weeks, then hand-carved. They are fired for seven days and nights in a woodfueled kiln. No glaze is applied; the surface textures and colors are the result of the interaction of the clay, fly-ash, coals and fire.

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    Ceramics Now Magazine announces open Call for Papers, Issue 3

    Ceramics Now Magazine is pleased to announce an open Call for Papers, for consideration in Issue 3
    Deadline for submissions: March 7, 2014

    We welcome contemporary ceramics-related research papers that are lively and engaged with current ideas and debates. The call for papers is open to any author, and any original text involving ceramic art criticism, history or theory will be considered for publication. We would also welcome all submissions that enter the following categories: exhibition, book or project reviews, and conversations.

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  • 7 Ceramic Art Competitions and Fairs Where You Should Participate in 2014

    Ceramics Now comprised a list of 7 ceramic art competitions and fairs where artists can apply to participate in 2014. Be quick, the deadlines are approaching fast!


    1. INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS COMPETITION MINO, JAPAN

    The competition is the main event of the International Ceramics Festival Mino, which is held with the aim of supporting growth of the ceramics industry and the enhancement of culture through global exchange of ceramics design and culture. The first festival was held in 1986, and this will be the 10th edition. The last edition gathered 2777 entries from 57 countries. It is considered the largest event in the world entirely dedicated to contemporary ceramics. Read more

    Apply online / Download application procedures / Application form: Individual or Company

    Deadline: January 10, 2014 / Dates: September 12 - October 19, 2014
    Total prizes: ~ USD 130.000 / No entry fee
    Entry categories: Ceramics Design, Ceramic Arts


    2. INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS FAIR OLDENBURG, GERMANY

    Situated around the noble Schloss in the city-center of Oldenburg, the International Ceramic Fair which includes a ceramic market, presentation of professional prizes, special exhibits and artist showcases. The fair ensures that collectors and enthusiasts alike are offered an exquisite range of works from artistic creations to high-quality tableware. Based upon strict criteria a jury of professionals within the field chooses over a hundred workshops and ceramic artists to present their current work. This event attracts more than 60.000 visitors annually. Read more

    Download application procedures and terms / Application form

    Deadline: January 11, 2014 / Dates: August 2-3, 2014
    Entry fee: EUR 240 (includes 3x3 meters stand)


    3. CLAY? V EXHIBITION, UNITED STATES

    The fifth installment of Kirkland Arts Center’s biennial contemporary ceramics exhibition, Clay? V, is juried by University of Washington, School of Art Professors Doug Jeck, Jamie Walker, and Akio Takamori. Clay? V explores the versatility of clay as a medium of artistic expression. Showcasing a range of sizes, scales, subject matter, and techniques, the artwork of this exhibition is both a testament to the enduring legacy of clay and future of the field.

    Read more / Apply online

    Deadline: January 17, 2014 / Dates: March 21 - May 17, 2014
    Entry fee: USD 25


    4. WESTERWALD PRIZE 2014 - EUROPEAN CERAMICS, GERMANY
    Competition open only to European citizens.

    The Westerwald Prize was first awarded in 1973 to present outstanding ceramic art and craft work in the framework of a competition and exhibition at the Keramikmuseum Westerwald (KMW). This remains a priority of the administration of the Westerwald region for the 13th Westerwald Prize in 2014. A further aim is to promote the dialogue between ceramics and art in the region and to support cultural exchange within Europe.

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    Deadline: January 19, 2014 / Dates: September 26, 2014 - February 1, 2015
    Total prizes: EUR 24.000 / No entry fee
    Entry categories: Saltglaze (stoneware and porcelain), Design (serially produced ware), Vessel / Form / Decor, Sculpture / Installation, Talent Award (below 35 years old)


    5. INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF VALLAURIS, FRANCE
    Competition open only to European Union citizens.

    Since 1966 the Town of Vallauris Golfe-Juan has organised a biennial with the aim of promoting and rewarding artistic creation in the field of ceramics. For this edition, it has been decided to use the expression ‘Contemporary Creation and Ceramic’ to stress its intention of making ceramic creation part of the world of contemporary art. The competition is intended to encourage and publicise European talents using the reputation of Vallauris, the town of ceramics, as a springboard facilitating their recognition around the world.

    Apply online / Download application procedures / Application form

    Deadline: December 30, 2013 / Dates: July - November 2014
    Total prizes: EUR 25.000 / No entry fee
    Note: You first have to apply online, then to send the required documents by mail (post).

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  • Month in Review: March 2013

    Month in Review, March 2013 at Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics

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    Exhibitions
    In Harmony: The Norma Jean Calderwood Collection of Islamic Art / Harvard Art Museums, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Cambridge
    Molly Hatch: REVERIE / Philadelphia Art Alliance, United States
    2012 Cicely & Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Award / The Ian Potter Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
    New Blue and White / Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    NCECA 2013 National Student Juried Exhibition / Glassell School of Art, Houston
    NCECA 2013 Ceramics Biennial / Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, USA
    Emmanuel Boos and Esben Klemann: Systematic Uncertainty / Copenhagen Ceramics
    365 ceramic objects by Guillaume Bardet / Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains, Lausanne
    Matthew Harris & Tim Rowan exhibition / Erskine, Hall & Coe, London
    Object Focus: The Bowl / Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland
    Ancient Southwest: Peoples, Pottery and Place / University of Colorado Museum of Natural History
    Three Decades of West Coast Ceramics, 1956–1986 / Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    International Glass and Clay Exhibit 2013 / Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington DC

    Jobs and residencies
    Taiwan Ceramics Residency Program 2013 / New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum
    Victoria & Albert Museum Ceramics Residency / London, UK
    Studio Art Technician at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA
    Ceramics Faculty Position at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion
    Assistant Professor - Ceramics at Western Illinois University
    Assistant Professor of Art - Ceramics at Westminster College, Salt Lake City
    Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Western New Mexico University, Silver City

    Calls for applications and News
    First edition of Cluj International Ceramics Biennale (CICB 2013)
    Applications are open for the ceramic symposiums in Latvia

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    Issue Two introduces the work of over 35 international artists, beginning with Ken Eastman, Kimberly Cook, Patricia Sannit, Marianne McGrath, Annie Woodford, Suzanne Stumpf or Ruth Power, and continuing with a special feature on Romanian ceramic artists, and a preview feature for Copenhagen Ceramics gallery. The issue also inaugurates the magazines’ new review category.

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  • Editorial - Issue 2, 2013

    Although the number of contemporary ceramic artists is relatively small, the capacity of ceramics to encompass a broad range of concepts, techniques, and materials in comparison with other arts is surprisingly big. In this issue, as well as in our first, we present artists who work with different materials and techniques, but more importantly, each of them displays a distinct idea, a little hint of what he and his passion are made of. Through the interviews and articles we have included, we want at least a part of the artists’ ideas to be ridden, passed along, and to contribute to the advancement of contemporary ceramics.

    While being creative in a field as diverse as contemporary art, it is almost impossible not to draw parallels between your work and someone else’s which was probably created in a media different from the one you use. This happens inevitably, and in my opinion, it always has a purpose – either predefined or not. Even if a parallel is found, each artistic endeavor has its own origin and, at least for the creator, a unique purpose. A new level is reached when the uniqueness of the artistic initiative is recognized and supported by an entire community.

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