Ceramics in the City

Sep

21-24

2017

Thur, 6-8.30pm, Fri-Sun, 10am-5pm

Free Event

http://www.geffrye-museum.org.uk

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Meet the makers, browse and buy at this vibrant fair which features over 50 leading ceramic artists from across the UK. An eclectic selection of work to suit all budgets will be on sale direct from the makers, from practical table-ware to ornaments and striking one-off collector pieces.

Meet the makers, browse and buy at the Geffrye Museum’s vibrant annual celebration of ceramics which showcases the work of over 50 leading ceramic artists from across the UK.

An eclectic selection of ceramic work to suit all budgets will be on sale direct from the makers, from practical table-ware to ornamental objects and striking one-off collector pieces. Earthy stoneware will be displayed alongside delicate porcelain and vivid painterly pots will contrast with elegant muted tones in an extravaganza of texture, colour and style.

Trends to watch this year include pops of colour and splashes of gold, Japanese and Chinese influences and work inspired by natural organic forms and storytelling.

The show will feature a mix of well-established makers such as Karen Bunting, Jane Cox, Ben Davies, Akiko Hirai, Ruth King and Sue Paraskeva together with rising talents including Judit Esztergomi, Miya Kurihara, Kirsty Macrae, Alex McCarthy, Yuta Segawa, Jessica Thorn, Maria Wojdat and Mizuyo Yamashita.

Justine Allison
Tamsin Arrowsmith-Brown
Daniel Boyle
Karen Bunting
Brigitte Colleaux
Marshall Colman
Jane Cox
Ben Davies
Jo Davies
Victoria Dawes
Fay De Winter
Ken Eardley
Caroline Egleston
Lisa Ellul
Antje Ernestus
Judit Esztergomi
Margaret Gardiner
James Hake
Louise Hall
Akiko Hirai Collingwood
Ikuko Iwamoto
Corinna Kenyon-Wade
Jo Keogh
Ruth King
Miyu Kurihara
Tim Lake
Sophie MacCarthy
Kirsty Macrae
Rhian Malin
Marcio Mattos
Alex McCarthy
Ann Mercer
Kyra Mihailovic
Sue Mundy
Emily Myers
Jeremy Nichols
Sue Paraskeva
Sarah Partridge
Martin Pearce
RAMP
Suleyman Saba
Chinoko Sakamoto
Schneider
Yuta Segawa
Alice Shields
Penny Simpson
Jola Spytkowska
Jessica Thorn
Joanna Veevers
Tone Von Krogh
Paul Wearing
Anna Whitehouse
Maria Wojdat
David Wright
Mizuyo Yamashita

A special launch evening, open to all, will take place on Thursday 21 September from 6-8.30pm.

Event Location

Locations:

136 Kingsland Road

Hoxton

London

E2 8EA

Plan your visit:

Hoxton (London Overground)

Geffrye Museum of the Home

The Geffrye Museum explores the home from 1600 to the present day. Evocative displays of London, middle-class living rooms and gardens illustrate homes and home life through the centuries, reflecting changes in society, behaviour, style and taste. The museum is set in beautiful 18th century buildings almshouse surrounded by gardens in Hoxton, East London.

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