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  Dark Light: The Ceramic Art of Christine Nofchissey McHorse
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Garth Clark On Ceramic Art

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Clark + Del Vecchio | Formerly Garth Clark Gallery
 
Postmodern Ceramics
  Author: Mark Del Vecchio. Introduction by Garth Clark. Publisher: Thames & Hudson 2001. Hardback, 10.25" x 9" x 1"/ 224 Pages, 327 illustrations, 247 in color. ISBN-0-500-23787-5. Available: $29.95 plus shipping. Send your order request to mark@clarkdel.com.
 

  Postmodern Ceramics provides a stunning International overview of the richness and diversity of ceramic art since 1980. Mark Del Vecchio surveys the achievement of over 130 masters of contemporary ceramics from more than 25 countries, among them Ralph Bacerra, Adrian Saxe, Betty Woodman, Akio Takamori, Ken Price, and Andrew Lord, analysing their various approaches by presenting their work in twelve themes: the Postmodern Look; Post-Minimalism; Pattern and Decoration; the Multiple Vessel; Organic Abstraction; the Real/Super-real; History, Culture and Time; the Image and the Vessel; the Vessel as Image; Figural Sculpture; Abstract Sculpture; and Post-Industrialism. Garth Clark shows in his Introduction how this great burst of creative energy and innovation provided an escape route from the unconsummated, antagonistic and demoralizing relationship that had existed between ceramics and modernism. Complete with illustrated biographies of each of the artists and a detailed bibliography.
 
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