nothing ventured, nothing gained

Dassow, Sumi von
January 2003
Ceramics Monthly;Jan2003, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p126
Comments on the challenges faced by ceramics artists. Background on the precious pot syndrome; Comparison between craft and art; Reason why people find contemporary art incomprehensible.


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