Both repetitive and imperfect, the artist’s latest works celebrate the subtle contradiction of the medium Shio Kusaka’s work “rewards careful observation”, writes the David Zwirner Gallery, which houses the artist’s latest exhibition of ceramics. His vessels celebrate subtle contradiction: repetitive in form and pattern, yet accepting the organic irregularities inseparableRead More →

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 02/14/2022 (PRINCETON, NJ) — The Princeton Arts Council is now accepting submissions for STEEP: a national exhibition on the teapot, exploring the endless possibilities of the idea of ​​a teapot. This year’s exhibition will be judged by ceramic artist and CAPRead More →

Taoxichuan Ceramic Art Avenue Master Plan / David Chipperfield Architects © Fangfang Tian + 42 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/976699/ceramic-art-avenue-taoxichuan-masterplan-david-chipperfield-architects © Fangfang Tian © Fangfang Tian Text description provided by the architects. Located close to the city center, Jingdezhen’s urban heritage includes a largeRead More →

Taoxichuan has become an attractive place for young people to pursue their dreams, with more than 18,000 young people gathered, 2,902 start-up entities and 1,049 small and micro businesses registered here. He sees about 10 million yuan daily income through e-commerce live streaming and employment of over 100,000 people. Jingdezhen,Read More →

Taoxichuan has become an attractive place for young people to pursue their dreams, with more than 18,000 young people gathered, 2,902 start-up entities and 1,049 small and micro businesses registered here. He sees about 10 million yuan daily income through e-commerce live streaming and employment of over 100,000 people. Jingdezhen,Read More →