Making It Work: Production by Design
|On view:||April 7–September 8, 2018|
|Opening Reception:||April 8, 2–5 PM|
Making it Work: Production by Design is a complementary exhibition to Discovering Saar Ceramics. It extends the model of the artist/entrepreneur practiced at mid-20th century by Richard Saar into our current culture. Showcased are design collections created by potters pursuing careers in camps of both fine and industrial art. The featured artists/founders have established ceramic studios and originated elegantly designed production lines of simple, contemporary forms that function beautifully with everyday use. Enabled by social media, online selling platforms, and designer showrooms, these ceramists offer their uniquely handcrafted dinner, serving, and housewares design lines to the global market. Thoughtfully handmade in their Los Angeles studios, these artists are reinventing the business of small art potteries and expanding the aesthetic possibilities of ceramic production.
Ana Henton and Mel Keedle of Still Life Ceramics
Nobuhito Nishigawara of W/R/F Lab
Bari Ziperstein of Bzippy & Co
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Making it Work: Production by Design is Curated by Jo Lauria, AMOCA Adjunct Curator.
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