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Digital Issue 3


The digital edition of Issue 3 comes in PDF and ePub format, to enjoy reading on your desktop, tablet, or phone.

Ceramics Now Magazine Issue 3 is out now and features six articles and 34 in-depth interviews categorized into five sections: Environments and Perspectives, Corporealities, Material Reflections, Terra Nova, and Spiritual Territories.

Artists interviewed in Issue 3 (alphabetical order): María Albornoz, Jamie Bates Slone, Ester Beck, Wilma Bosland, Andrew Casto, Alfonso Espronceda, Magda Gluszek, Tatiana Gvozdetskaya, Jason Hackett, Margaret Haden, Heidi Hentze, Xanthe Isbister, Kevin R. Kao, Karin Karinson, Kirsi Kivivirta, Jana Krejzová, Alexa Kus, Lung-Chieh Lin, Lauren Mabry, Akihiro Maeta, Ian McDonald, Enric Mestre, Ken Mihara, Jeffrey Mongrain, Masaru Nakada, Harumi Nakashima, Erica Nickol, Giorgio Di Palma, Lucía Pizzani, Irina Razumovskaya, Ufuk Tolga Savaş, Kristine Tillge Lund, Beatriz Trepat, Siang-Syuan Zeng.

The issue also includes six articles written by our contributors. Debra Sloan writes about the history of contemporary ceramics in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Lilianne Milgrom does a three-way interview with artists that are in the 'grey area' of fine art/design/craft/décor. Erez Maayan presents Roy Maayan's exhibition that dealt with the artist's return to his biographical memory of dining. Laetitia Wilson writes about Here&Now14, an ambitious show that featured the works of 12 Australian artists. Lucy Gent spotlights Kerry Jameson's latest exhibition of imaginative, hybrid creatures. And Rachel Dickson presents a personal perspective to 3D printed ceramics.

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The journal is 124 pages perfect bound in full color and printed on quality paper with a matte cover. It has no ads.

With its elegant layout, thoughtful interviews, and compelling feature articles, Ceramics Now Magazine invites us to think about the various facets of contemporary ceramics and its creators.

We are a small, non-profit organization kept alive by the passion and devotion of our readers. Thank you for supporting our work.

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