Current and forthcoming Exhibitions, publications and events ...  

 

Coalport Grand Finale Figurine Sculpted By J Bromley, 2017, Found ceramic, glaze, 20 x 19.5 x 24cm

 

Woman's Hour Craft Prize

13th September 2018 - 28th October 2018

Rheged Centre

Redhills, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0DQ 

Curated by Rheged to coincide with the touring exhibition of the Woman's Hour Craft Prize, this exhibition focuses on the work of Northern makers. Included in the exhibition will be new works from Jessica's Found Figurines series, which she began at the European Ceramic Workcentre in 2015.

 

 


Painted Lady 14, 2015, Found ceramic, enamel paint, 15 x 15 x 21.5cm 

The Precious Clay

Porcelain in Contemporary Art  

20th September 2018 - 20th March 2019

Museum of Royal Worcester

Severn Street, Worcester, WR1 2N

Meadow Arts and the Museum of Royal Worcester present an exhibition exploring contemporary art and porcelain, The Precious Clay. The exhibition will examine why and how artists choose to use this legendary material in their practice. With its origins in the Far East and a long global history, porcelain holds rich associations of preciousness, mutability and exoticism: the artists' work responds to these associations in lively and inventive ways.

With new commissions by Laura White and Emily Speed shown alongside work by artists including Annie Attridge, Barnaby Barford, Bouke de Vries, Céline Berger, Christine Borland, Clare Twomey, Edmund de Waal, Edward Chell, Fernando Casasempere, Jessica Harrison, Leonora Lockhart, Livia Marin, Matteo Nasini, Mona Hatoum, Neil Brownsword, Rachel Kneebone and Rosa Nguyen, plus a special interactive project by Storymine, the exhibition is an opportunity to see the museum's newly displayed world-class collection through the eyes and imaginations of contemporary artists.


 

 

 

 

Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art

Published by Phaidon 

Edited by Clare Lilley

You will find a summary of Jessica's recent ceramic work in the new Phaidon publication, Vitamin C, with an accompanying text written by curator Sarah Williams. Part of Phaidon's ongoing Vitamin series, Vitamin C is a global survey of 100 of today's most important clay and ceramic artists, chosen by leading art world professionals.