(english edition)

– Published to coincide with the exhibition Lucie Rie: The Adventure of Pottery, showing at Kettle’s Yard from March 2023 – Comprehensive new title on Lucie Rie; currently only a handful of books in print about her – Reflects current trends/interests in studio pottery, mid-century modern style, women artists Lucie Rie (1902-1995) is one of the finest modern potters of the 20th century. Born and trained in Vienna, her successful early career came to a halt in 1938 when forced to leave Austria to escape the persecution of Jewish people. In exile in London, Rie established a new workshop and over five decades created highly individual bowls, vases and tableware which continue to amaze and inspire today. With over 150 photographs and five new essays, Lucie Rie: The Adventure of Pottery celebrates an exceptional life of creative invention and experiment. With texts by Edmund de Waal, Tanya Harrod, Helen Ritchie, Eliza Spindel, Kimberley Chandler and Nigel Wood.

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  • Publishing date

    April 2023

  • Size

    22.5 x 29 cm

  • Editor

    ACC Art Books

  • Weight

    453 gr

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