Ceramix, from Rodin to Schütte
by Camille Morineau


CERAMIX uses more than 250 artworks to tell the story of the ceramic arts spanning the start of the last century to present day, with plenty of attention for the postwar production of artistic ceramics and modern day art in Europe, North-America and Asia. The artists that are featured in the book use the material in many di erent ways, from paintings and sculptures to mixed media installations. The book shows over 250 masterpieces from international museums and pri- vate collections (such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Museo Internazionale della ceramica in Faenza, Petit Palais in Paris, Marck Larock-Grano , Isabelle Maeght, Alain Tarica, Luciano Benetton, among others).

Co-edition La maison rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris – Editions Snoeck
Authors: Marie Bertran, Lucia Bochicchio, Emilie Bouvard, Pierre-Henri Foulon, Baimba Kamara, Masahiro Karasawa, Olivier Le Bihan, Camille Morineau, Edouard Papet, Lucia Pesapane, Jenelle Porter, Annalisa Rimmaudo et Fanny Verdier
Published in 2015
English edition and French edition
24.0 x 28.0 cm
312 pages, 294 illustrations
ISBN: 978-94-6161-235-9