Cracked, an all-female, contemporary ceramics exhibition coming to London this summer, showcases the playful, challenging and intriguing forms of contemporary ceramics from a diverse group of female artists working across the medium.
Showing Friday, 21 July to Sunday, 23 July at 50 Golborne Road, London, Cracked highlights the important role of clay as an invaluable medium in contemporary art, rearranging the viewers focus from the objects function to its creative form.
Featuring up and coming artists Ranti Bam, Laura Bird, Tessa Eastman, Ikuko Iwamoto, Lucy Kirk and twin sister duo Liv and Dom Cave-Sutherland, the new exhibition paints a dynamic picture of how artists are working with ceramics today, and highlights the risk, experimentation and technical skill of the female ceramicists making their mark on the medium.
The gallery is open from 11am-7pm daily and admission is free. For media enquiries or to RSVP for the opening reception on Thursday, 20 July, contact Courtenay Moon by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at +44 7793 211728.