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Gareth Mason

Gareth Mason is a potter of thirty-five years’ standing and exhibits internationally. His first solo exhibition in America was in February 2011. Entitled ‘Other Forces’, it was held at Jason Jacques Gallery in Manhattan and began a long-standing professional relationship, continuing in the August 2022 solo exhibition, ‘Wild Clay’. Residencies include Syracuse University, USA (2019/20), the Jingdezhen International Studio, China (2016) and Long Beach State University, USA (2011). Speaking and ‘Master Class’ engagements include; Everson Museum Syracuse (2019); Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge (2018); ‘LabArtz’, Taoxichuan, China (2016); International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth (2015); Greenwich House New York and The Clay Studio Philadelphia (2014); the American Museum of Ceramic Art, California (2013); SOFA Chicago Expo (2011); International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary (2010).

A past columnist for Ceramic Review Magazine, London, he has also written for Ceramics Monthly, Keramik Magazine Europa and Ceramics Art and Perception, with the books, ‘A Decade In Cahoots’ published online by Jason Jacques Press, and ‘More is More’ by the same publisher, held in the Cfile online Library. A dialogue with the author and collector Ashley Thorpe appears in Thorpe’s 2023 book, ‘Contemporary British Studio Pottery’.

Group exhibitions include; Shapes from Out of Nowhere, the Metropolitan Museum New York; Ceramics Biennale, Hongzhou, China, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Side Gallery, Barcelona; Centre Tignous, Paris; Yale Centre for British Art, Connecticut; Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston and Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida. Collections include The Metropolitan Museum New York, Everson Museum, Syracuse, Mint Museum North Carolina and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA. Mason is a Fellow of the Craft Potters Association and Brother of the Art Workers Guild, London.

He lives and works in Hampshire, England.

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