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InCiteful Clay
Ceramic artists use clay to critique current social and political inequities. Curator: Judith Schwartz.
Jan 28 – Oct 20, three US locations

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At Your Service
Exploring the significance and wider implications of the common plate.
Feb 14–Sept 21, 2014
Bellevue Arts Museum

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Sergei Isupov | Promenade
Solo Exhibition of Recent Works
Mar 7–Apr 22, 2014
In The Lower Gallery
Perimeter Gallery, Chicago

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Kohler Art Center | 40th Anniversary
Celebrating with a retrospective exhibition of work from artist residencies and their permanent collection. spring 2014, Sheboygan, WI

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Ceramic Collectanea
Introducing our new, constantly changing collection of important master work that has re-entered the market from private collections and estates.

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Teatime at Clay Art Center
Exploring the rich history of tea and its relevance in our culture with functional and sculptural teapots.
Feb 1–Apr 1, Port Chester, NY

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Collection Focus: Sergei Isupov
Isupov explores the human condition in 2-d narrative on 3-d ceramic forms.
Feb 23–June 8, 2014
Racine Art Museum, WI

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Roy Superior: Patent Models for a Good Life

A remembrance of a creative life
The Center for Art in Wood
Feb 7–Apr 19, 2014, Philadelphia

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Ceramic Top 40 | Boston
A remix of the show at Red Star Studios in Kansas City will be hosted by The Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at  Harvard University this summer.

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Teapot Collectanea
Our newest collection offers a range of work from traditional designs to conceptual constructions created by both emerging and established artists.

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