The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair Announces Outstanding 2018 Line-up

  • Bouke de Vries, Peacock 1.  20th century Chinese porcelain bird, 18th century Chinese porcelain fragments and mixed media

    Bouke de Vries, Peacock 1. 20th century Chinese porcelain bird, 18th century Chinese porcelain fragments and mixed media

    Ferrin Contemporary

  • Upside down.  Stoneware wheel thrown upside down vessel fired to 1245 C ,lids covered with 12K gold, refired to 750 C.  35cm diameter

    Upside down. Stoneware wheel thrown upside down vessel fired to 1245 C ,lids covered with 12K gold, refired to 750 C. 35cm diameter

    Martha Rieger

  • Loetz, Titanium vase, circa 1915

    Loetz, Titanium vase, circa 1915

    KPM Arts & Antiques LLC

When the 19h annual New York Ceramics & Glass Fair—the only fair of its kind in the United States—opens its doors on January 18th, twenty-nine internationally renowned specialists will swell the historic Bohemian National Hall with a panoply of historic and contemporary treasures that span five centuries, from the Middle Ages to right this minute.

“Liz Lees and I are delighted to welcome several new participants to the New York Ceramics & Glass Fair this year,” says Meg Wendy, who with Ms. Lees produces the fair. Among the newcomers are Elise Abrams from Stockbridge Massachusetts; KPM Art and Antiques LLC from Kensington CT; the Miami-based Pascoe Gallery, which specializes in Ardmore ceramics from South Africa; Martha Rieger, contemporary ceramic sculptor from Tel Aviv; and Mariko Swisher Ceramics from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Returning exhibitors from Great Britain and the United States, the galleries and private dealers include Antoinette’s Heirlooms (London); Garry Atkins Antiques Ltd. (London); Martyn Edgell Antiques (March, Cambridgeshire); Jill Fenichell/The Bespoke Porcelain Company (Brooklyn); Ferrin Contemporary (North Adams, Massachusetts); Katherine Houston Porcelain (Boston); Leo Kaplan Ltd. (New York); Lacoste Gallery (Concord, Massachusetts); Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studio (Stevens, Pennsylvania); Hideaki Miyamura (Kensington, New Hampshire); Moylan/Smelkinson (Baltimore); Polka Dot Antiques (Waccabuc, New York); Polly Latham Asian Art (Boston); Ian Simmonds (Carlisle, Pennsylvania); Philip Suval Inc. (Fredericksburg, Virginia); Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge (New York); Vetro Vero (West Grove, Pennsylvania); Michael Wainwright USA (Great Barrington, Massachusetts); Maria and Peter Warren Antiques (Wilton, Connecticut); Mark J. West (Redhill, England); and Lynda Willauer Antiques (Nantucket, Massachusetts).

The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, which is held at the Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street (between First and Second Avenues), opens with a Private Preview on Wednesday, January 17, from 5:00 p.m.to 8:30 p.m., and to the public on Thursday, January 18 through Sunday, January 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person and can be used throughout the duration of the fair.

An essential adjunct to the New York Ceramics & Glass Fair is its extensive lecture program, which runs throughout the duration of the fair. With a lineup of distinguished curators and experts, this year’s series will provide lively and thought-provoking panel discussions about the realms of clay and glass.

The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair is co-produced by Meg Wendy of MCG Events LLC and Elizabeth J. Lees Events.

For more information visit, www.nyceramicsandglass.com.

 


 

 

 

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