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Ceramics

Alongside a centuries-old collection of Old Masters, Delftware and Chinoiserie, the Devonshires continue to commission contemporary art 

Remembering the visionary ceramic artist whose aesthetic was that of a painter: ‘Everything she touched was edged with delight’

With the sad news of the passing of Betty Woodman, revisiting her interview where she talked about ceramic histories and modern painting

Medieval sculpture on the stand of Sam Fogg, Frieze Masters 2017

Frieze Art Fair Video - 12 Nov 2017

The Met’s Luke Syson talks at Frieze Masters about the display of artworks

Hauser & Wirth, London, UK

Amy Sherlock chairs a discussion between Caroline Achaintre, Aaron Angell, Alison Britton and Richard Slee about their work in clay

Nicolas Party Still Life, 2015, pastel on canvas, 1.6 × 1.9 m. Courtesy the artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd., Glasgow

Nicolas Party and Jesse Wine meet to discuss forms, frames and learning from Giorgio Morandi

Ron Nagle, Lotta Wattage, 2012, ceramic, glazed, catalyzed polyurethane, epoxy resin, 10 x 10 x 7 cm

Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA

Contemporary artists and ceramic traditions

Jesse Show Passion IV,  2014, glazed ceramic,  43 × 33 × 31 cm. All images courtesy: the artist, Limoncello, London, and Mary Mary, Glasgow

Botched temporalities and ceramic selves

Birdsssss, 2013,  hand-tufted wool, 5 × 3.9 m. Courtesy: the artist and Smiths Row, Bury St Edmunds; photograph: Doug Atfield

Theatrical textiles and characters in clay

Troy Town - attitude adjuster, 2012, glazed stoneware, 50 x 65 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Rob Tufnell, London.

Studio pottery, anti-art, John Fahey and compost