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In February, the American Museum of Ceramic Art will feature a provocative international exhibit entitled Friendship Forged in Fire: British Ceramics in America. This exhibition will feature British pottery in a thematic and chronological order, from the industrial potteries of the Victorian Era, the Arts & Crafts Movement, and the traditionalist approach of Bernard Leach and his followers. Modern ceramic artists will be represented by the works of Lucie Rie, Hans Coper, and Ruth Duckworth. The largest segment of the exhibition will display contemporary innovations of ‘postmodern’ ceramic art being created in Great Britain today.The historic ‘special relationship’ between Great Britain and the United States spans decades and is deeply valued on both sides of the ‘pond.’ Emerging from the alliances forged in the world wars in the first half of 20th century, both British and American societies have benefited from the infusion of each other’s cultural contributions. Ceramics and ceramic collecting has been no different in this regard. The British ceramic art displayed in this exhibit is largely loaned from the private collections of California connoisseurs. These treasured artifacts testify to the regard and appreciation that American collectors hold for British ceramics. Taken from Catalogue ISBN: 978-0-9816728-7-8
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationPamona, CA, USA
Publication statusPublished - 2 Apr 2010
EventFriendship Forged in Fire, British Ceramics in America - American Museum of Ceramic Art / Pamona, CA, USA
Duration: 9 Feb 20135 May 2013

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