20th-21st Century American Sculpture, Glass, Ceramic and Porcelain

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About Face - Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture is a 2019 exhibit at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts which says: "The exhibition will investigate how history and place inform the work of contemporary ceramists bringing 91 objects by more than 40 emerging, mid-career, and master artists from around the nation who work within a narrative figurative clay tradition." Also see description from The Association of Academic Museums and Galleries  Accessed 4/19

Ceramic Sculpture by Chuck Johnson is a 2018 exhibit at the Erie Art Museum which says: "The ceramic sculptures of Chuck Johnson depict narrative stacks of elements from the built and biological worlds."  Also see bio from Artaxis.org. Accessed 10/18

Chris Antemann: Forbidden Fruit is a 2016-17 exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design which says: "Inspired by eighteenth-century porcelain figurines and decorative art, Antemann's delicate and intricately detailed sculptures are lavishly presented on a central banquet table alongside a selection of stand alone sculptures and a nine-light porcelain chandelier." Accessed 8/18

Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart is a 2016 exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design which says: "For over fifty years, Coille Hooven has been working in porcelain and creating psychologically charged sculpture that explores domestic-centered narratives from the kitchen to the bedroom."   Also see artist's website. Accessed 8/18

The Four Seasons: Philip Haas is a 2016 exhibit at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art which says: "The Four Seasons, by American artist and filmmaker Philip Haas, is a series of large-scale fiberglass sculptures inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo's four 1563 Italian Renaissance paintings: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter." Accessed 3/17

Matthew Angelo Harrison  -  Dark Povera Part 1 is a 2017 exhibit at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center which says: "In contrast to most 3D printers, which print with silicone and other strong synthetic plastics, Harrison's hand-made printers utilize a wet clay." Also see 1/26/17 article at Model D.  Accessed 9/17

Waylande Gregory: Art Deco Ceramics and the Atomic Impulse is a 2013 exhibit at the Cranbrook Art Museum which says: "Featuring over 60 works by the artist, Waylande Gregory: Art Deco Ceramics and the Atomic Impulse highlights Gregory's role as the chief designer and lead sculptor at Cowan Pottery from 1928 to 1932, his brief but influential tenure as Resident Ceramic Sculptor at Cranbrook's Arts and Crafts Studios (the earliest iteration of Cranbrook Academy of Art), and his work with the Works Progress Administration, an experience that served as the foundation for his groundbreaking Fountain of the Atom at the New York World's Fair in 1939."  Accessed 10/18


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