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12-16 Coast and clay Sue Herdman visits our cover star Beverley Bell-Hughes in her studio near the North Wales coast to learn more about the ceramic artist’s seaside-inspired sculptures

12-16 Coast and clay Sue Herdman visits our cover star Beverley Bell-Hughes in her studio near the North Wales coast to learn more about the ceramic artist’s seaside-inspired sculptures

22-26 Altering perceptions Ceramist Jin Eui Kim tells Andy Christian about the techniques and influences behind his vessels, decorated with linear bands to create ingenious optical illusions

22-26 Altering perceptions Ceramist Jin Eui Kim tells Andy Christian about the techniques and influences behind his vessels, decorated with linear bands to create ingenious optical illusions

28-31 Pots, people and place Ahead of the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) in Stoke-onTrent, artistic director Barney Hare Duke looks back at BCB’s success and explores the highlights of this year’s programme

28-31 Pots, people and place Ahead of the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) Trent, artistic director Barney Hare Duke looks back at success and explores the highlights of this year’s programme

35-39 The tables have turned Potter and author Linda Bloomfield explores the recent revival of handmade tableware in high-end restaurants, ordered by chefs to complement particular dishes

35-39 The tables have turned Potter and author Linda Bloomfield explores the recent revival of handmade tableware in high-end restaurants, ordered by chefs to complement particular dishes

42-45 Something old, something new We interview Maylis Grand, collector and co-founder of the Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, on the importance of supporting craft skills and the joys of living with art

42-45 Something old, something new We interview Maylis Grand, collector and co-founder of the Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, on the importance Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, on the importance Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize of supporting craft skills and the joys of living with art

51-55 Visual language Kate Haywood tells Alex McErlain about her journey from making jewellery to creating ambiguous porcelain sculptures inspired by rituals, ceremonies and adornment

51-55 Visual language Kate Haywood tells Alex McErlain about her journey from making jewellery to creating ambiguous porcelain sculptures inspired by rituals, ceremonies and adornment

56-59 Two potters in Nigeria Anthony OBrien describes Michael Cardew and Michael OBrien’s pottery adventures abroad, and examines their enduring legacies in both Nigeria and the UK

56-59 Two potters in Nigeria Anthony OBrien describes Michael Cardew and Michael OBrien’s pottery adventures abroad, and examines their enduring legacies in both Nigeria and the UK

8 Readers’ letters Your latest news, views, pictures and comments

10-11 News Our round-up of key stories from the ceramics world

18 -19 Gallery CR’s pick of the crop of current exhibitions

21 Review Ylva Julén reviews Jane Perryman’s solo show Containing Time ahead of its tour of galleries in England, Scotland and Wales

32 Preview Kay Aplin previews the Made in Korea project, which will be exhibiting as part of the British Ceramics Biennial

40-41 Potters on pots Adam Buick tells us about the influence a historic Korean moon jar has had on his own work over the last 10 years

46-48 Auction eye Marijke Varrall-Jones of Maak Contemporary Ceramics offers her take on recent developments in the auction world

60-61 Preview Home from Home at Contemporary Applied Arts, London, exhibits 25 ceramists born abroad and living in the UK

62-64 Emerging maker We uncover Russian ceramic artist Irina Razumovskaya’s abstract sculptures, inspired by her homeland and history

67-72 Masterclass Robert Cooper shares his process of making candleholders crafted from ceramic fragments found on the Thames foreshore

75 Glaze recipe Anna Barlow shares the glazes used on her ice cream sculptures 82 In the spotlight We put Hyejeong Kim’s tableware in focus on the back page ceramicreview.com

Ceramic Review | September/October 2017

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