2022 One for the diaries!!!!
BODY VESSEL CLAY
Black Women, Ceramics and Contemporary Art
at Two Temple Place, London WC2R 3BD
29 January – 24 April 2022
This exciting new exhibition spans 70 years of ceramics showcasing the medium through
artworks by 3 generations of Black Women Artists working in Clay.
Beginning with the seminal Nigerian potter, Ladi Kwali and her influence on contemporary potters
like Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha and others.
Not to be missed!
AN EXHIBITION BY MORLEY COLLEGE CERAMICS TUTORS
26th Jan-10th Feb
Morley College Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7HT
CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS NEW MEMBERS EXHIBITION
63 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3BF
CRAFTS COUNCIL. COLLECT ART FAIR
Somerset House, Strand, WC2R 1LA
CERAMIC ART LONDON 2022
Central St Martins, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA
Maud and Mabel
London NW3 1QS
Layers. 12-21 November
An exhibition of works by Japanese washi paper artist Wataru Hatano and ceramicist Tetsuya Ozawa
London Studio Open Days
Culford Mews, London N1 4DX
Cockpit Yard, Northington Street, London WC1N 2NP
COCKPIT MAKERS MARKET
Holborn 26-28 November
Deptford. 3-5 December
An opportunity to meet and buy direct from over 150 makers of a variety of crafts and ceramics.
Tickets available on-line.
OXFORD CERAMICS FAIR 2021
30-31 October. 10AM-5PM
St Edward’s School, OX2 7NZ
Featuring the work of over 70 of the UK’s finest makers of handmade ceramics
The Leach Pottery
Leach Potters are in London from 4-24 October with a collection of their latest work in a selling show @throwncontemporary, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU as part of www.londoncraftweek.com
Studio Pottery London – Outdoor Market
9/10 November, 11-6pm
Eccleston Yards, Belgravia SW1W 9NF
ART IN CLAY FARNHAM
www.artinclayfarnham.co.uk for a full list of exhibitors.
CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS CENTRE
Great Russel Street, Bloomsbury
23 September – 16 October
Ashraf Hanna. Lines in Motion
21 0ctober – 13 November
TRISTAN HOARE GALLERY
Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5DX
23 September – 30 October
CRACKED. Group show
An exhibition of handmade ceramics created without the use of a wheel
Including works by Alison Britton, Koari Tatebayashi, Alessandro Twombly amongst others.
ERSKINE, HALL & COE
Royal Arcade, Old Bond street, London
6 – 29 October