Historic New York ceramic studio fires up second location

With its Jones Street home operating at full capacity, Greenwich House Pottery is opening a new outpost in Chelsea

Subversive ceramics by enslaved Black potters go on show at New York's Met Museum

The exhibition stages works ranging from Dave the Potter in 1834 to contemporary responses by the likes of Theaster Gates and Simone Leigh


Book review: 'English Pottery 1620-1840' is the harvest of a long and fruitful career:

Robin Hildyard’s book on English pottery is a fitting culmination of his distinguished V&A curatorship

Artist interview with Ruth Duckworth: America's top artist in clay turns 80

She sees herself as a sculptor and rejects any links with Arts and Crafts descendant, Bernard Leach

V&A exhibition proves Wedgwood has gone to pot

The current exhibition highlights just how weak the products of the modern company are

New evidence shows painted Greek pottery would have been found in Poundland rather than at Plato's dinner table

Greek vases were incredibly cheap at the time, despite taking pride of place in our museums