Harold Hughan – Noel Flood – Harry Memmott
Victor Greenaway – Gwyn Hanssen Pigott
Doug Alexander – Les Blakebrough
David Bradshaw – Joan Campbell
Aleks Danko – Phyl Dunn
Margaret Dodd – Ivan Englund
Marea Gazzard – John Gilbert
Joan Grounds – Sylvia Halpern
Lorraine Jenyns – John Johnson
Col Levy – Judy Lorraine
Janet Mansfield – Anne Mercer
Milton Moon – Tim Moorhead
Reg Preston – Peter Rushforth
Shigeo Shiga – Mitsuo Shoji – Hiroe Swen
Derek Smith – Ian Sprague
Bernard Sahm – Stefan Szonyi
Peter Travis – Alan Watt
An exhibition of three generations of studio ceramics in Australia, from the 1960s when potters were influenced by Bernard Leach’s understanding of Japanese aesthetics, to a more liberated creative approach.
It was drawn in its entirety from the collection of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.
Know My Name is an exhibition in two parts at the National Gallery of Australia. It is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of work by women, presented in a thematic rather than chronological form. It reveals relationships between the present and the past, relationships between artists, and common concerns.
10 × 10 = 100 An Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics. Powell Street Gallery. South Yarra, Vic. 1972
Noel Flood, Hedley Potts,
Tim Moorhead, Joan Grounds,
Ken Leveson, Stephen Skillitzi,
Margaret Dodd, Susan Moorhead,
Victor Greenaway, Ian Sprague.
> The Sun, Wed 6 Dec 1972. p42. By Jeffrey Makin
“Sculpture in the Shadows”
> Pottery in Australia Vol.11, No.1. 1972
ALSO: National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, with additional installation by Mike Brown