Exposure: March 2016

“Michi: Distinctive Paths, Shared Affinity,”

at Baltimore Clayworks (www.baltimoreclayworks.org) in Baltimore, Maryland, through March 5, 2016.

1 Shoji Satake’s On-na, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, slip-cast, altered, and 3-D printed clay, glaze, 2015. 2 Shoko Teruyama’s oval plate, 12 in. (30 cm) in diameter, earthenware, slip, glaze, 2015. 3 Yoko Sekino-Bové’s A Thousand Feathers Pillow, 10 in. (25 cm) in length, mid-range porcelain, underglaze, 2015.

“At Your Service,”

at Baltimore Clayworks (www.baltimoreclayworks.org) in Baltimore, Maryland, March 11–May 7, 2016.


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Scott Lykens’s Cherry Blossom Basket, 8 in. (20 cm) in length, earthenware, majolica, 2015.

“The Once and Future: New Now,”

at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art (www.sherryleedy.com) in Kansas City, Missouri, February 5–March 19, 2016.

1 George Timock’s Vessel SSS, 10½ in. (27 cm) in height, porcelain, luster, 2014. Photo: EG Schempf. 2 Peter Pincus’ vessel, 26 in. (66 cm) in height, colored porcelain, gold luster, PC-11, 2015. 3 Cary Esser’s Veil (15-10-2), 16¾ in. (43 cm) in height, glazed earthenware, 2015. Photo: EG Schempf.

“Recorded Matter: Ceramics in Motion,”

at The Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design (www.craftcreativitydesign.org), in Asheville, North Carolina, through May 21.

1 Sam Brennan’s Moiré (video still), ceramic, mixed media, 2013.  2 Man Yau’s Porcelain Decks (video still), porcelain, mixed media, 2012.

“Dysfunction,”

at Burlington City Arts (www.burlingtoncityarts.org), in Burlington, Vermont, through April 9, 2016.


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Julia Kunin’s Rock Vase, ceramic.

“Every Semester: Collecting KCAI Ceramics 1995–2015”

at The Belger Arts Center (www.redstarstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, through March 19, 2016.


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 Katelyn Gettner’s Beehive, porcelain, glaze, 2014.

“Decalcomaniacs”

at The Belger Arts Center (www.redstarstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, March 4–May 21, 2016.

1 Mariko Paterson’s Eye of the Tiger, 13 in. (33 cm) in diameter, clay, glaze, lusters, decals, 2015. 2 Colleen Toledano’s Grandiose Growth, 4 ft. (1.2 m) in height, stoneware, commercial decals, balsa wood, 2015.

“The Garden Party”

at The Belger Arts Center (www.redstarstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, February 5–May 21, 2016.

1 Kim Dickey’s Monochrome Corner, 4 ft. 2 in. (1.3 m) in length, glazed terra cotta, aluminum, rubber, grommets, silicon, 2015. 2 Kyle Triplett and Rain Harris’ Tulpomanie (detail), 4 ft. (1.2 m) in length, black clay, metal, 2015

“At Your Service,”

at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (www.crafthouston.org), in Houston, Texas, through May 8, 2016.


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Sue Johnson’s Blue Plate Special (Dory with Dirty Rice), Black Set from the Incredible Edibles series, ceramic. Courtesy of Arts/Industry Program, John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

“Ceramix,”

at La Maison Rouge (www.lamaisonrouge.org) in Paris, France, March 8–June 5, 2016.

 

Edmund De Waal’s the first day and the first hour, 5½ ft. (1.6 m) in length, porcelain, wood, aluminum, glass, 2013. Photo: Mike Bruce. Ai Weiwei’s Bowl of Pearls, 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m) in diameter, porcelain, 2006. Setsuko Nagasawa’s Nomade, 18½ in. (47 cm) in length, ceramic, 2008.

 

 

“Passion for Ceramics: Frank Nievergelt Collection,”

at Musee Ariana (http://institutions.ville-geneve.ch/fr/ariana) in Geneva, Switzerland, April 8–September 25, 2016.


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Steven Heinemann’s untitled (disc), 20 in. (51 cm) in height, terra cotta, engobe, 2003. Photo: Mauro Magliani and Barbara Piovan. 

“Coalescere,”

at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (http://bmoca.org) in Boulder, Colorado, March 31–June 12, 2016.


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Martha Russo’s nomos, 18 ft. (5.4 m) in length, porcelain, wood, Styrofoam, paper, pigment, 2007. Photo: Oren Eckhaus. Courtesy of Claudia Stone Gallery, New York, New York, and Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, Colorado, 

“Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan,”

at Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (www.asia.si.edu) in Washington, DC, March 5–January 29, 2017.


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Afghan Traditional Pottery’s Istalif ceramics, ceramic, Ishkar glaze.

“Equality,”

at The Ohio Craft Museum (www.crafthouston.org), in Columbus, Ohio, through March 26, 2016.


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Jenny Mendes’ Both Sides, terra cotta.

“A Modern Medieval Bestiary,”

at Gallery IMA (http://galleryima.com) in Seattle, Washington, March 3–April 2, 2016.


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Koren Christofides’ Chicken Little, 20½ in. (52 cm) in height, mixed clays, terra sigillata, slip, washes, glaze, fired to cone 10 in a reduction kiln, 2014.

“InCiteful Clay,”

at the Cultural Lab at Mid American Arts Alliance (www.maaa.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, March 4–19, 2016.


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Anne Drew Potter’s Three Little Girls with the Shirley Temple Curls, 5 ft. 4 in. (1.6 m) in length, terra cotta, 2012.

Subscriber Extra Images

“At Your Service,”

at Baltimore Clayworks (www.baltimoreclayworks.org) in Baltimore, Maryland, March 11–May 7, 2016.

Marion Angelica’s pitcher. Photo: Peter Lee. Amy Roberson’s Gummybear Server. Lauren Smith’s Ewer, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain, 2015.

“Dysfunction,”

at Burlington City Arts (www.burlingtoncityarts.org), in Burlington, Vermont, through April 9, 2016.

Jessica Putnam-Philips’ Things Best Forgotten. Julia Kunin’s Woman at the Observatory.

“Coalescere,”

at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (http://bmoca.org) in Boulder, Colorado, March 31–June 12, 2016.

Martha Russo’s Kylynge. Courtesy of Claudia Stone Gallery, New York, New York, and Goodwin Fine Arts, Denver, Colorado. Martha Russo’s Lightness of Being (Settled) Dims Vary. Courtesy of Claudia Stone Gallery, New York, New York, and Goodwin Fine Arts, Denver, Colorado.

“Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan,”

at Freer Sackler Gallery of Art (www.asia.si.edu), in Washington, DC, March 5–January 29, 2017.

Istalif ceramics.
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