The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair

I am thrilled not only to be speaking at The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, January 21-24, but also to be exhibiting over 100 examples of antiques with inventive repairs from my personal collection, titled Mended Ways. Included in the exhibit is a collection I curated, in conjunction with Ferrin Contemporary, of ceramics by contemporary artists, including Stephen Bowers, Bouke de Vries, Ruan Hoffmann, Noelle Horsfield, Sergei Isupov, Adam Lefebvre, Frances Palmer, Paul Scott, Mara Superior, and Ai Weiwei, who have taken the art of inventive repair to new heights. My lecture is this Thursday at 4PM and my exhibit is up during the run of the fair so please stop by.

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5 Responses to “The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair”

  1. Carol Thosath says:

    Oh, Andrew! So wish I could be there to reap your knowledge and view your exhibit! Love the very strappy tea pot, and you!

  2. Steve Johnson says:

    That sounds like a wonderful time. As long as you have all those pieces off the shelf and moving about, would you consider putting up a photo gallery that we could all see? Having your lecture notes accompany the photos would be nice too. 🙂

  3. Liz smith says:

    Could you give some identifying information on the above blue and white teapot with pink roses and metal “cage”. Thank you !

  4. Marianne says:

    Félicitations Andy!
    Quel travail et tellement de recherches intéressantes!

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