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Month in Review: June 2014

June 2014 at Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

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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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  • Kevork Cholakian: Artist’s Studio Chairs, 2012-2013

    Chairs are an essential part for our every day existence,they virtually go unnoticed. Yet how we use them tells us something about the person who uses them. By creating this series of artist’s chairs in clay I transform something otherwise mundane and challenge our preconception of the use of materials and prompt a closer look at the seemingly ordinary.

  • Month in Review: February 2014

    Month in Review, February 2014 at Ceramics Now

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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

  • Rose Cabat at 100: A Retrospective Exhibition of Ceramics / Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona

    Rose Cabat at 100 Retrospective Exhibition of Ceramics at Tucson Museum of Art

    Rose Cabat at 100: A Retrospective Exhibition of Ceramics / Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona
    February 1 - September 14, 2014

    Rose Cabat is considered an artistic treasure in Arizona and an important American studio ceramicist of the Mid-century Modern movement. Born Rose Katz in the Bronx, New York, in 1914, she first worked with clay as a child at the Henry Street Settlement House. In 1936, she married childhood friend Erni Cabat, who became her artistic mentor and biggest supporter. In the late 1930s, Erni studied under Vally Wieselthier, a well-known Wiener Werkstatte potter and ceramic sculptor who had immigrated to the United States from Austria. In 1938, when Erni brought home a lump of clay to use for one of his own projects, Rose fashioned it into several coiled figures and other objects. Noticing Rose’s talent, Erni bought her a membership at Greenwich House Pottery in Greenwich Village. There she taught herself to create wheel-thrown pots in earthenware and to develop her own glazes. The Cabats moved to Tucson, Arizona, in 1942, when their first child developed asthma. The family grew, and Rose worked as a riveter at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. In Arizona, Rose first worked with clay from the local brickyard, and threw pots on a wheel made from a converted washing machine. Eventually, Rose worked with stoneware and porcelain clays on a professional Randall wheel, which she still uses to create her celebrated forms. In the mid-1950s, Rose exhibited her work nationally, including at the Tucson Art Center, later to become the Tucson Museum of Art.

    Cabat’s artistic breakthrough came in 1956 when she accompanied Erni while he attended a conference in Hawaii. Rose stayed on to take a course in glaze calculation at the University of Hawaii, and returned home with new insights into the nuances of the craft. Together, Rose and Erni developed a glaze they named “feelie glaze” for its silky smoothness. In the early 1960s, Rose elevated her signature vases from utilitarian craft objects to museum-quality works of art; iconic rounded forms with delicate, narrow necks and jewel-colored glazes. In 1966, Rose participated in the Craftsmen USA exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which established her reputation as an important Mid-century Modern ceramicist. Rose Cabat will turn 100 this summer. This exhibition is a celebration of Cabat’s illustrious life and intrepid artistic achievements.

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  • Month in Review: December 2013

    Month in Review, December 2013 at Ceramics Now - Ceramics Magazine

    Hello friends. Welcome to Month in Review, a summary of the last month of activity here at Ceramics Now.
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    Featured artists
    Michal Fargo - View works

    Interviews
    Ken Eastman - Featured now
    Bente Skjottgaard - Featured now
    Liliana Folta - Spotlight
    Els Wenselaers - Spotlight
    David D. Gilbaugh (The Tectonic Method) - Ceramic Technique

    Reviews
    Mungyeong Traditional Tea Bowl Festival

    Exhibitions
    CLASS OF 2013 / The National Centre for Craft and Design, Sleaford, UK
    Betty Woodman: CONTRO VERSIES CONTRO VERSIA / Gallery Diet, Miami
    Yô Akiyama exhibition / ARTCOURT Gallery, Osaka, Japan
    Uku Rere: Nga Kaihanga Uku and beyond / Whangarei Art Museum, New Zeeland
    Mud and Water exhibition / Rokeby Gallery, London
    HYPERCLAY: Contemporary Ceramics / Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, Australia
    Ceramics/Glass / Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago
    Esencia 2013 by Sanserif Creatius: Japanese and Valencian Craftsmanship / Valencia, Spain
    Craftsmanship in Ceramics, Jewellery, Basketry and Wood / Oxford Ceramics Gallery, Oxford, UK
    Susanne Silvertant / Terra Delft Gallery, Delft, the Netherlands
    Keisho-Ha - A New Materialism and the Yufuku Aesthetic / Yufuku Gallery, Tokyo
    Kerry Jameson: Unbounded / Marsden Woo Gallery, London
    Ken Mihara: Serenity in Clay / Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney

    Exhibition galleries
    Ceramics and Glass at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago

    Calls for applications and news
    7 Ceramic Art Competitions and Fairs Where You Should Participate in 2014

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