'A new generation is discovering the elegant sculptural forms of post-war pottery by pioneers and their protegees' says Emma Crichton-Miller
Read the latest Antiques Trade Gazette article on studio ceramics to see how Maak recently took the three top spots for female potters at auction.read more
Our director, Marijke Varrall-Jones will be at The London Art Fair on Saturday 19th January 2019 to discuss why ceramics are increasingly becoming the chosen medium of fine art collectors and investors.
London Art Fair | Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH
Saturday 19 January | 5.15 – 6pm | A new canon in fine art? Redefining and collecting ceramicsread more
On Thursday 22 November, Maak London closed their largest sale to date with strong sales across the board and exceptional results for a number of female ceramists. With 78% sale rate from the 303 lots, the market for ceramics continues to strengthen with 105% by value result. The final hammer price for Past and Present Masters, 22 November, was £372,655.read more
As Maak prepares to present The Art of Sake auction from 19-21 November, Shirley Booth, President and Founder of the British Sake Association, gives an insight into the cultural significance of Sake.read more
Single owner collection of Sake ware to be offered at Maak Ceramics in November 2018read more
Jennifer Lee (British, b.1956), a regular artist featuring in Maak's bi-annual auctions, was chosen as the Winner of the 2018 Loewe Craft Prize, an international competition with 86 participating countries, 1865 submissions and 30 finalists.read more
Marijke Varrall-Jones reveals the success of their ceramics sales over the past year and highlights her favourite pieces from recent auctions.
This pop-up exhibition forms part of the popular Oxfordshire’s Artweek and will showcase original paintings and limited edition prints by some of the leading artists working and associated with St Ives from the early 20th Century to the present day. Prices range from £800-20,000read more
Marijke is looking forward to an evening at "Material: Earth", a major new exhibition celebrating the use of clay in contemporary art. The event is being organised and hosted at the Messum’s pioneering multi-purpose gallery and arts centre in Wiltshire. The exhibition aims to illustrate "how since the 1970’s there has been a quiet but steady progression in the use of ceramics away from studio pottery towards the challenging and immersive arena of contemporary art."read more