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These 20 Artists Are Shaping the Future of Ceramics

These 20 Artists Are Shaping the Future of Ceramics, Artsy Artists and artisans working with ceramics have steadily contributed to the art world for centuries. From prehistoric pottery to ancient Greek amphoras, from the rise of porcelain in Asia and Europe to the Arts and Crafts movement in England and the U.S., ceramic traditions have […]

Fair Trade // Solo Exhibition

Art, Design, & Architecture Museum // UC Santa Barbara Friday, January 27, 2017 to Sunday, April 30, 2017 Ceramicist and sculptor Bari Ziperstein has built an artistic practice at the crossroads of traditional craft, feminist critique, conceptual theory and historical research. For the past several years her work has examined conflicting images of the female […]

FIGURE AS FORM / Group Exhibition

FIGURE AS FORM Ashley Armitage | Cheryl Bentley | Tatiana Berg | BFGF | Loren Britton | Courtney Cone Aimee Goguen | Andrea Joyce Heimer | Roger Herman | Nicole Lesser | Max Maslansky Laurie Nye | Anja Salonen | Ellen Schafer | Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen | Shanna Waddell | Bari Ziperstein Figure as Form […]

Pot Shop Exhibition

Celebrating vessels in all forms; functional, sculptural, and as well as two-dimensional, this group show explores the subject of pots merging the mediums of potters and painters, from East Coast to West Coast, and some places in between. This group of artists will be exhibiting ceramic pots, porcelain pots, plants in pots, and paintings of […]

JUNKO Journal

Junko Journal inaugural issue from the UK, features a lengthy essay on Bari Ziperstein’s dual practice.  

OFFSITE with Sight Unseen

BZIPPY & CO, Bari Ziperstein’s design line, will be participating in Sight Unseen’s OFFSITE in NYC May 13 – 16, 2016. Bari Ziperstein has a multidisciplinary practice of fine art, public art and a design line under BZIPPY & CO. Born in Chicago, she was raised by design collectors and architecture enthusiasts who traveled just […]

Purple Magazine

A Visit to Bari Ziperstein Studio in Eagle Rock, Los Angeles Ricocheting between design and fine art, if LA-based creative Bari Ziperstein isn’t whipping up ceramic sculptures, Victorian Bust Lamps or Brutalist Vases, then the CalArts graduate is working on assorted private commissions and collaborations (one of which, a Lady Finger Vase inspired by her mother’s […]