Alison Britton

Alison Britton
Seeing Things (Collected Writing On Art, Craft And Design)

Rethinking dismissive definitions of “applied” art, Alison Britton’s collected writings reveal ceramics as an exploratory field that reflects on itself, in dialogue with many other areas of inquiry such as gender and cultural studies. Britton, one of today’s leading ceramists and a writer on craft, has chosen a range of her own texts from essays to book reviews and interviews, which demonstrate a continuing desire to test the boundaries of her practice. ‘Seeing Things’ is essential reading not only for fellow ceramists but also anyone interested in the role of materiality and making in the wider cultural field.

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British Ceramics


First edition of this stylish publication produced by Het Kruithuis Museum For Contemporary Art, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, in 1985.

This book showcases a selection of leading contemporary British potters from the period, including Susan Barrow, Alison Britton, Linda Gunn-Russell, Carol McNicoll, Jacqui Poncelet, Henri Pim, Richard Slee, Martin Smith, Janice Tchalenko, Angus Suttie, and groups photography of their work, signatures and biographies of each artist with contextualising essays on Ceramic art in Britain and it’s relationship to movements in ceramic internationally and historically.

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in Studio : a view​ by Peter Dormer and David Cripps

Alison Britton – In Studio : a view​ by Peter Dormer and David Cripps, published in 1985 by Bellow Publishing in London, shows the development of important UK ceramicist Alison Britton’s work and how it has revealed to a wider public beyond the pottery fraternity that ceramics need not be restricted to the conventional view of a potter as someone who makes cider bottles and coffee pots. Her work superbly illustrated throughout the book in full-colour photography.

* Condition: Very Good (only minor shelf wear)– All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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The Work of Alison Britton: A Craft Council Exhibition


Lovely rare little catalogue wrapped in brown textured paper wrappers with a window opening on the first colour illustration of the work UK potter Alison Britton. This catalogue was produced on the occasion of an exhibition held in the Crafts Council Gallery, London in 1979 showcasing her work. Catalogue features her works from the exhibition, plus commentary on her work and life, by various contributors including Quentin Blake.

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