With a history that spans eons, the art of ceramics has evolved from purely functional to endlessly expressive. The art form has experienced a resurgence among contemporary artists, a trend showcased in Urban Potters: Makers in the City. Featuring 27 ceramicists working in six international cities, including New York, Copenhagen, and São Paolo, this book reveals the revitalized practice of ceramics and the potential it bears on contemporary expression.
Urban Potters is written by acclaimed author Katie Treggiden and is aimed at informing as well as inspiring its readers to reinvest in the craft of ceramics. In addition to a city-by-city guide of where one can find unique handmade ceramics, this book also exudes the passion of the young ceramicists featured in its pages. The result is a moving tribute to the art of ceramics as presented through the voice of contemporary masters in the field. Buy your copy of Urban Potters today at Musebooks.