INTERVIEW WITH CAROLINE COLE ON AGNES’S SELECT

Following the Best of British show in Shanghai, I spent an enjoyable hour chatting to Agnes about good and bad design, the power of brands and, of course, ceramics.  The result is an article on her blog site Agnes’ Select – if you read Chinese, do take a look.

ARTICLE ABOUT CAROLINE COLE CERAMICS IN CHINA’S REAL ESTATE FRONTIERS

I am both delighted and amazed to have a double page spread of my pots in the Jan/Feb edition of China’s Real Estate Frontier Magazine (Volume 031).

Many thanks to June for selecting my work and to the magazine for publishing.

CAROLINE COLE CERAMICS FEATURED ON THE HURUN REPORT PLATFORM

Many thanks to Summer and her team for the piece about me and my pots on the Hurun Report platform. Lots of videos for English speakers, Chinese words for Chinese speakers and images for everyone!

Special edition of Vogue Living in German Vogue

What to say?  Privileged, delighted, lucky?  Whatever the appropriate word is, I’m amazed to have one of my pots featured in the Modern Art section of Vogue Living,  in German Vogue June 2018.

Thank you Katharina Hesedenz for selecting Flat Oval Vase: Arrow Heads (i) and to Vanessa Daly for photographing it so beautifully.

           

Sisters.2 Herrick Gallery

Here is a preview of the works that my sister Sophie Arup and I exhibited at the Sisters.2 show at the Herrick Gallery, curated by Marcus Cole and Issy Ogden

Optical illusions in clay…

Delighted that the piece about my pots is still featured on the front page of the Wall Street International magazine.

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WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE

Kate Enters has written a lovely piece about me and my pots in the Wall Street International Magazine.  It is always intriguing when other people talk about your work….

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Here are a couple of the 3D printed pots that she refers to in the piece, and a link to my talented sister Sophie Arup‘s website – also mentioned.

Vase blue grey pair 3 print     Vase red black pair 1 print

THE NEW ART OF MAKING

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A revolution is underway.  

Technology now allows an unprecedented freedom through a radical new practice of rendering sculptural form, that blurs the line between artist, designer and maker… 

…offering limitless possibilities….

I am delighted to have been asked to chair the FutureCity panel event on the New Art of Making which is taking place early evening, at Foyles, on 28 January.

This event ties in with The New Art of Making exhibition at the Gallery of Foyles and will discuss the world of digital creativity and practice in the 21st century.

Panel members include Richard Wilson RA, Mark Davy, Tim Lucas, Ralph Parker and Maria Smith.