THE WOMEN Works on view include recent pieces by women whose primary medium is clay and selected works from private and artist archives by female potters and sculptors. ON VIEW Oct 28, 2017 – Apr 21, 2018 Ferrin Contemporary 1315 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA Click here for details. Ceramic Art and Figural Sculpture


NEW YORK CERAMICS & GLASS FAIR January 19–22, 2017 Bohemian National Hall, New York, NY Bringing together a carefully selected and distinguished international group of around 28 galleries offering all things...

These 20 Artists are Shaping the Face of Ceramics by Casey Lesser, Feb 22, 2017.

“Artists and artisans working with ceramics have steadily contributed to the art world for centuries. From prehistoric pottery to ancient Greek amphoras, from the rise of porcelain in Asia and Europe to the Arts and Crafts movement in England and the U.S….”



Coille Hooven: Tell It by Heart

“In her strange, pointedly feminist porcelain miniatures, the American ceramicist transports us to a mythic realm of brutal alienation and fantastical transformation populated by animal women, warped dishware, pillows, and slices of pie. This rare solo exhibition, Hooven’s first in…”


For 50 Years, This Feminist Has Told Stories with Clay, by Prescilla Frank, August 9th 2016.

The Most Risqué Scultpures You’ve Ever Seen, by Anna Furman, September 28, 2016.


Coille Hooven: Tell it by Heart at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, January 27, 2017

Coille McLaughlin Hooven: Porcelain 1974–2008

Jo Lauria, Art Curator and Historian
Introduction by Jenni Sorkin

One can always spot a Coille Hooven piece in a ceramic collection. Although frequently small and delicate, they have great impact. Her white porcelain forms, with seemingly naive decorative elements, belie their scale and fragility as the emotional thrust of their narratives powerfully shout out their presence. And the story they have to tell is personal and intimate, as one will see from the depth of the work included in this book. The vessels and sculptures that are featured focus on Coille’s journey as a woman navigating the waterways of life. Shaped and crafted through clay, Coille takes us on many adventures through forms, always complex but also playful, and always worth the exploration.
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