Exposure: November 2016

Featured Artist Exhibition

at Red Lodge Clay Center (www.redlodgeclaycenter.com) in Red Lodge, Montana, November 4–December 23.

Ashley Kim’s dotted bowls, 8 in. (20 cm) in length, stoneware, inlaid slip, paper-resisted underglaze, 2016.

Core Sample: Selections from the Permanent Collection

at Alfred Ceramic Art Museum (ceramicsmuseum.alfred.edu) in Alfred, New York, through March 1, 2017.

1 Ursula Scheid’s vessel, 6 in. (15 cm) in height, stoneware, glaze, 2006. 1–3 Photos: Brian Oglesbee.

2 Frances Senska’s ring-neck bottle, 11 in. (28 cm) in height, stoneware, glaze, 1966.

3 Lucie Rie’s bowl, 6¼ in. (16 cm) in diameter, porcelain, glaze, ca. 1974.

No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki

at Asia Society (www.asiasociety.org) in New York, New York, through January 8, 2017.

1 Ming period, Jiajin era (1522–66) covered jar, 18½ in. (47 cm) in height, porcelain, cobalt-blue underglaze, overglaze enamels. Photo: Synthescape, Asia Society. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III collection.

Transference: Transfer Printing in Contemporary Ceramic Art

at The Clay Studio (www.theclaystudio.org) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, through November 27.

1 Charlotte Hodes’ Hidden, 12 in. (31 cm) in diameter, hand-cut transfer on china, 2016. Photo: Sarah Christie.

Humankind: The Sublime and The Ridiculous

at Belger Arts Center (www.craneyardstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, through December 17.

1 Paolo Porelli’s Bush Figure, 24 in. (61 cm) in height, stoneware, mixed media, 2016.

Mascots, Hearts of Love and Proposals

at Belger Crane Yard Studios (www.craneyardstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, through December 17.

1 Dan Anderson’s Pioneer Corn Crib, 11½ in. (29 cm) in length, soda-fired stoneware, decals, steel, 2016.

Form and Surface

at Artisan Gallery (www.artisangal.com) in Belleville, Wisconsin, through December 3.

1 Alex Mandli’s covered jar, 7½ in. (19 cm) in diameter, wheel-thrown earthenware, burnished terra sigillata, saggar fired, 2013. Photo: William Lemke.

Jagged Fragments

at Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art (www.georgeohr.org) in Biloxi, Mississippi, through January 14, 2017.

1 John Oles’ celadon box, 10 in. (25 cm) in length, porcelain, celadon glazes, fired to cone 10.

2 John Gargano’s Divisonism, 34 in. (86 cm) in length, oxidation-fired stoneware, 2015.

3 Allen Chen’s Cacodemon Mid, 22 in. (56 cm) in height, stoneware paper clay, layered colored slips, fired to cone 03.

Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years

at Museum of Arts and Design (www.madmuseum.org) in New York, New York, through March 15, 2017.


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1 Peter Voulkos’ covered jar, 16½ in. (42 cm) in height, wheel-thrown stoneware, slip, sgraffito, wax resist, 1953.


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2 Peter Voulkos’ vase, 3 ft. 3 in. (1 m) in height, wheel-thrown stoneware, slip, sgraffito, wax resist, 1956. 5, 6 Photos: Eva Heyd, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.

Sergei Isupov: Hidden Messages

at Erie Art Museum (www.erieartmuseum.org) in Erie, Pennsylvania, December 2–April 2.

1–3 Sergei Isupov’s Irish Dancer (side, back, and bottom views), 13 in. (33 cm) in height, porcelain, slip, glaze, 2014.

Celadon, a mysterious glaze practiced by contemporary potters

at Loes & Reinier (www.loes-reinier.com/en) in Deventer, The Netherlands, November 20–December 31.

1 Fritz Rossmann's bowl, porcelain, matte black glaze, celadon glaze, 2016.

2 Jean-François Fouilhoux's Eagle Feather, 25.5 in. (65 cm) in diameter, ceramic, glaze, 2016.

3 Takeshi Yasuda's untitled, 9 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain, ice-break celadon, 2006.

4 Matthieu Robert's plate, 16 in. (41 cm) in diameter, porcelain, scaly celadon, 2016.

SoCal Ceramics and Glass

at Muzeo (muzeo.org) in Anaheim, California, November 2, 2016–January 2, 2017.

1 Cheryl Tall’s The White Rabbit, 3 ft. 9 in. (1.1 m) in height, architectural clay, 2014. Photo: Bruce Tall.

The Erik Gronborg Experience

at Mingei International Museum (www.mingei.org) in San Deigo, California, through March 12, 2017.

1 Erik Gronborg’s Halfplate, handbuilt stoneware, luster, 1977. Collection Museum of Arts and Design, New York.

Ceramic A to Z: AMOCA’s Permanent Collection

at American Museum of Ceramic Art (www.amoca.org) in Pomona, California, through December 23.

1 Mario Romero’s Frida and Diego Cartinas, 22½ in. (57 cm) in height, low-fire orange clay, 1997. Gift of MAW. 3–5 Photos: AMOCA.

2 Kim Bong-tae’s Stamped Buncheong Moon Jar, 15 in. (39 cm) in height, kaolin, red clay, ash, 2013.

3 Keisuke Mizuno’s Forbidden Fruit, 3 in. (8 cm) in height, 1998. Gift of Gail M. and Robert A. Brown.

 


Subscriber Extras Images

No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki

at Asia Society (www.asiasociety.org) in New York, New York, through January 8, 2017.

 

Storage jar, 16 in. (41 cm) in height, earthenware with applied design under lead glaze, North China, Sui period. Photo: Synthescape Asia Society

Bottle, 18.5 in. (47 cm) in height, porcelain painted with underglaze cobalt blue and overglaze enamels, Ming period, Jiajing era. Photo: Synthescape Asia Society

 

Transference: Transfer Printing in Contemporary Ceramic Art

at The Clay Studio (www.theclaystudio.org) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, through November 27.

Andrew Raftery’s June: Training a Passion Vine, 12.5 in. (32 cm) in diameter, engraving, transfer printed on glazed white earthenware, 2009-2016.

Charlotte Hodes’ Waiting, 12 in. (31 cm) in diameter, hand cut transfer on china, unique, 2016. Photo: Sarah Christie.

Andrew Raftery’s October:Bringing in Chrysanthemums, 12.5 in. (32 cm) in diameter, engraving, transfer printed on glazed white earthenware, 2009-2016.

Ceramic A to Z: AMOCA’s Permanent Collection

at American Museum of Ceramic Art (www.amoca.org) in Pomona, California, through December 23.

Geoffrey Swindell’s untitled, 3 3/4 in. (10 cm) in height, gift of Bill Burke. Photo: AMOCA

Kim Seong-tae’s kettle set, 12 in. (31 cm) in height, celadon openwork technique and lotus flower design, celadon clay, celadon glaze, 2013. Photo: AMOCA

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