Pot Luxe Deux @ the Clay Studio

Pot Luxe Deux
Join us for an evening of fine art, fine food and fine wine to benefit The Clay Studio

Enjoy a reception at The Clay Studio, followed by a
fabulous dinner and wine pairings prepared by one of the region’s top
chefs in the private home of a Philadelphia area collector.  

Space is limited, so register today!

Click HERE to register.
Special thanks to the chefs and hosts for their generous contributions to Pot Luxe Deux.

Cost is $250 per person for Dinners #1-9, $125 for Young Supporters
Dinner #10. Space is limited. Reserve your space by registering online HERE.

invite you to select the dinner you wish to join. Selections are not
guaranteed and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If
you do not select a dinner, The Clay Studio will designate one for you.

Questions? Contact Julie Shanahan, Development Coordinator, at julie@theclaystudio.org or (215) 925-3453 x17.

Our Life in Art: Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Confessions of Two Pot Dealers

Photo: Jane Rosemont

Tuesday, August 14, 6 pm
Armory for the Arts Theater
Co-sponsored by Turner Carroll Gallery and Moss Outdoor

Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio are life and business partners
celebrating 33 years together and are considered the leading experts on
modern ceramics today. They founded the Garth Clark Gallery in Los
Angeles in 1981, and added New York in 1983. The gallery soon became the
leading space internationally for modern and contemporary ceramic art,
presenting over six hundred exhibitions. Together they also ran the
non-profit group Ceramic Arts Foundation that has published books,
organized exhibitions and held eight major international conferences of
ceramic art and criticism in Syracuse, Kansas City, London and
Amsterdam. The duo has received numerous awards from the Museum of Arts
and Design, New York, the Kansas City Art Institute and other
institutions. Clark, the author of over sixty books, was made a Fellow
of the Royal College of Art and also was the winner of 2005 Mather Award
for Distinguished Art Journalism from the College Art Association.

As gallerists, scholars, authors, and collectors, Garth Clark and
Mark Del Vecchio have helped shape the field of ceramics by expanding
notions of the medium’s possibilities. Their esteemed collection of
ceramics was given to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in 2007, and is
the subject of a 500-page comprehensive catalogue published this year by
Yale University Press. Clark has just competed two new books, Mind Mud: Ai Weiwei’s Conceptual Ceramics and Lucio Fontana Ceramics.  

The Armory Theater for the Arts in Santa Fe