Fired - What we like to give this Christmas N°2

Fired - What we like to give this christmas n°2: The attractions of ceramics lie partly in its contradictions. It is both difficult and easy, with an element beyond our control. It is both extremely fragile and durable. “Isamu Noguchi“ Once you get the ceramic bug you are lost, we are in love with all these beauties made of earthenware, porcelain, and brick what come out of the fire . Here we bring together two of the greatest in the world of pottery. Grayson Perry and Edmund de waal. Grayson Perry is an English contemporary artist and Turner price winner. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries and cross-dressing, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British "prejudices, fashions and foibles". This man is just a genius. Read everything he wrote! Edmund de Waal, is a British artist, and author. He is known for his large-scale installations of porcelain vessels. He wrote The Hare with Amber Eyes and The White Road to of our favourite books. A recommendation for every ceramic lover is certainly his Pot Book, an A-Z history of ceramic art. The history of ceramic art is ingrained in the history of mankind. Clay is one of the very first materials ‘invented’ by man. An essential part of our lives it has been moulded, thrown, glazed, decorated and fired for over 30,000 years in order to preserve and transport food and water.

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