February 2013 • Table of Contents

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Focus: High-tech and Low-tech

On the cover: Ken Price, Hunchback of Venice, 29 in. (73 cm) in length, fired and painted clay, 2000. Courtesy of Dallas Price and Bob Van Breda. Copyright Ken Price. Photo copyright Fredrik Nilsen.

 



In This Issue

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The Centrality of Ceramics in African Cultures
by Diana Lyn Roberts
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Nobuhito Nishigawara: Body Doubles
by Kathleen Whitney
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Horror Vacui
by Liz Smith
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3D Printing in Clay: Building Objects in Coiled Layers
by Roderick Bamford
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Studio Visit: Anne Mette Hjortshøj, Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark
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Clay Culture: Ceramic Tech Highlights
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Clay Culture: A Burning Question
by Wesley L. Smith
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Exhibition Review:
Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective
by Elaine Levin
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Exhibition Review: A Fine Line
by Emily Donahoe
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Techno File: Ceramic Stains
by John Britt
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Tips and Tools: Adjustable Heights
by Adam Field
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Exposure: Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
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Spotlight: Porcelain Narratives
by Beth Lo
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