Cracked presents a group exhibition of contemporary female ceramicists. The show features new and recent work by artists Ranti Bam, Laura Bird, Tessa Eastman, Ikuko Iwamoto, Lucy Kirk and twin sister duo Liv & Dom to present a dynamic picture of how artists are working with ceramics today.
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.
“In a world consumed by technology, Cracked presents something real and honest,” says exhibition curator, Courtenay Moon. “The touch of the makers’ hand and the feel of their expression is revealed on every surface. We admire the opportunity for individuality and character in the work where no two pieces can be the same.”