Exposure: December 2016

2016 Juried Biennial: CLAY exhibition

at Tempe Center for the Arts (www.tempe.gov) in Tempe, Arizona, through December 31.

1 Nicholas Bernard’s tall bowl, 16 in. (41 cm) in height, white stoneware, layers of textured slip, colored slips, oxides, 2016.

2 Sandra Luehrsen’s Tree of Life: As Above So Below, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, red earthenware clay, glaze, fired to cone 03, wire, glass, 2016.

3 Jane Kelsey-Mapel’s Under the Surface, 19 in. (48 cm) in height, stoneware, glaze, found object, 2016.

4 Bill Jamison’s I’d Rather Be Snowboarding, 15 in. (38 cm) in length, porcelain, stoneware, laser-cut wood, 2015.

5 Eric Boos’ Prim and Proper Bowl, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, glazed ceramic, multiple firings, 2015.

Brick by Brick: Ceramics Applied to Architecture

at Museu del Disseny de Barcelona (www.museudeldisseny.cat) in Barcelona, Spain, through January 29, 2017.

1 Barcelona tile, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, decorated porcelain, 16th century. Photo: Guillem Fernández-Huerta.

2 Antefix with a head of the goddess Juno Sospita, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, painted terra cotta from Lazio, 5th century BCE. Photo: Musée de Louvre.

3 Jaume Pujol i Bausis & Sons ceramics factory’s roof tiles, scale-shaped porcelain decorated with luster, ca. 1875–1924. Photo: Guillem Fernández-Huerta.

4 Maghred, Idrisid Kingdom, mosaics, 8 in. (21 cm) in height, polychrome porcelain, mosaic fragments from the Tlemcen mosque, mid-14th century. Photo: Guillem Fernández-Huerta.

Gundi Dietz—Essentials

at Musée Ariana (www.ariana-geneve.ch) in Geneva, Switzerland, through February 26, 2017.

1 Gundi Dietz’s Liegende, 15 in. (38 cm) in length, porcelain, 2008. Photo: Verena Menz.

Sip III—Invitational Cup Show

at TRAX Ceramics Gallery (traxgallery.com) in Berkeley, California, through December 4.

1 Steven Young Lee’s cup, 4 in. (10 cm) in height, porcelain, white slip, copper inlay, glaze.

2 Karl Borgeson’s cup, 4½ in. (11 cm) in width, stoneware, salt glaze.

3 Robert Brady’s The Thinker, 4 in. (10 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown stoneware, black engobe, crackle slip, sgraffito drawing, clear glaze, fired in reduction to cone 10, 2016.

4 Sandy Simon’s Lucky, 5 in. (13 cm) in width, thrown earthenware, porcelain slip, green glaze, nichrome wire, fired to cone 03, wax thread, red lucky seed, 2016.

Espaces interdits

at Musée Ariana (www.ariana-geneve.ch) in Geneva, Switzerland, through April 2.

1 Fang Lijun’s 2015, 4 in. (10 cm) in height, porcelain.

 2 Fang Lijun’s 08.09.2013, 4½ ft. (1.5 m) in height, porcelain.

Blooming is the end

at the Museo Nazionale della Ceramica Duca di Martina (www.polomusealecampania.beniculturali.it) in Naples, Italy, through January 15.

1 Clara Garesio’s vases, 27½ in. (70 cm) in height, pottery decorated with enamel, 1958–66. Image copyright: Archivio dell’Arte/Luciano e Marco Pedicini.

Rotating Exhibit

at Snyderman-Works Galleries (www.snyderman-works.com) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on semi-permanent display.

1 Ani Kasten's Oblong Form with Round Holes and Porcelain and Basalt Terrain, 16 in. (41 cm) in length, handbuilt stoneware, porcelain, basalt, 2015. Photos: Snyderman-Works Galleries.

2 Mary Fischer's untitled, 13 in. (33 cm) in length, ceramic, 2015. Photos: Snyderman-Works Galleries.

3 Carolyn Chester's White Bowl with Blue Interior and Pedestal #18, 8.5 in. (22 cm) in height, glazed and unglazed polished porcelain. Photos: Snyderman-Works Galleries.

4 Will Preman's Night Apparition, 4 ft. (1 m) in height, ceramic, paint, polyurethane, 2015. Photos: Snyderman-Works Galleries.

40 for 40: Anniversary Highlights from the Rockwell Collection, curated by Steven and William Ladd

at Rockwell Museum (www.rockwellmuseum.org) in Corning, New York, through January 22, 2017.

1 Margaret Tafoya’s Long Neck Jar with Carved Avanyu, 18½ in. (47 cm) in height, blackware. Courtesy of King Galleries.

2 Christine McHorse’s Rain Bird, 11½ in. (29 cm) in height, earthenware. Photo: Molly Cagwin.

3 Virgil Ortiz’s Ancient Elder Figure, 20 in. (51 cm) in height, ceramic. Photo: Molly Cagwin.

Small Treasures

at Santa Fe Clay (www.santafeclay.com) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 9, 2016–January 28, 2017.

1 Joanna Powell’s Fruit Cup, 9½ in. (24 cm) in diameter, terra cotta, majolica, gold luster.

2 Nathan Prouty’s Black Crow, 9 in. (23 cm) in length, ceramic, underglaze, glitter, resin, flocking, foam.

3 Mikey Walsh’s Star Sea Sky, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, slip-cast and handbuilt earthenware.

4 Ryan Takaba’s Lying in Wait, 6½ in. (17 cm) in height, porcelain, mums, water.

5 Yih-wen Kuo’s Eternal Home Series, 10 in. (25 cm) in height, ceramics.

Stunning Edge-Contemporary Art in Asia

at National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute (www.ntcri.gov.tw) in Caotun, Taiwan, through January 15, 2017.

1 Sung-bo Heo’s Transform, 14½ in. (37 cm) in diameter, porcelain, 2015.

2 Kim Aeyoung’s Wonju Villa, 17 in. (45 cm) in height, porcelain, fired in an electric kiln, 2014.


Subscriber Extras: Images

2016 Juried Biennial: CLAY exhibition

at Tempe Center for the Arts (www.tempe.gov) in Tempe, Arizona, through December 31.

Kazume Sambe’s Neighbors

Danielle Wood’s Siren I

Small Treasures

at Santa Fe Clay (www.santafeclay.com) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 9, 2016–January 28, 2017.

Ruth Borgenicht’s Miniature Geometry

Jody Burr’s The Space Between Then and Now

Beth Lo’s Red Scarf Boys

Teaching the Tradition

at Lillstreet Art Center (www.lillstreetgallery.com) in Chicago, Illinois, January 15–February 21, 2016.

Susa, now Iran. Achaemenid period, rule of Darius I, Persian Archer relief.

Antoni Maria Gallissà’s Fragment of wall tiling.

Joan Miró’s Personnage terre rouge.

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