Ceramics by Shozo Michikawa

Ceramics by Shozo Michikawa

Torsion and tension are characteristic of the vessels created by the exceptional Japanese ceramicist Shozo Michikawa (b. 1953), whose works are reminiscent of rock strata and lava flows. Michikawa is known for his unique technique, for turning edgy, dynamic sculptures...
Ceramics by Guillaume Talbi

Ceramics by Guillaume Talbi

  In Guillaume Talbi‘s words: “My artistic approach is rooted in the notion of a place. My works take shape in the material. I animate them by the gestures of my hand. I keep in touch with materials such as fresh earth, plaster or cement. I multiply the...
Ceramics by Michael Cleff

Ceramics by Michael Cleff

Michael Cleff was born in 1961 in Bochum, Germany, and was trained both as a ceramist and sculptor. His work has been shown worldwide. Cleff’s ceramics are layered and make references to architecture: circular and angular towers, warehouses and factory...
Ceramics by Lee Yun Hee

Ceramics by Lee Yun Hee

Lee Yun Hee is a celebrated emerging ceramic artist from Korea. “I consider my work as an amphitheater where stories are told,” Lee says. “I started working as if I was playing with...
Ceramics by Ako Castuera

Ceramics by Ako Castuera

Born in LA county and raised throughout its vast expanse, Ako Castuera’s work explores the theme of culture as it crosses physical and temporal boundaries- intangible practices and histories expressing themselves through everyday exchanges between people, place,...
Porcelains by Guy Van Leemput

Porcelains by Guy Van Leemput

Guy van Leemput studied mathematics and ceramics. He makes these translucent bowls by applying porcelain slip on a balloon. The pieces are then fired upside down (on a support), thus allowing the processes of gravity and melting to act out their parts in order to...

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