Tim Martin is a London-based ceramicist with a background in Fine Art and Architecture and a Diploma of Ceramics at City Lit, located in London. His studio is at Cockpits Arts, Holborn, London.

    

He has a Degree in Architecture from Sydney University, Australia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Design Studies from the University of New South Wales, Australia

 

2017 - 2019    Diploma of Ceramics, City Lit, Covent Garden, London

 

2016- 2017    Sculpture in Ceramics, Morley College, London

    

2015 - 2016    Glaze Technology, Morley College, London

    

Exhibitions    

    

2015    Iconoclasts: guest artist collaboration with Miuccia Prada, Prada, New York and Beijing

             https://www.prada.com/en/a-future-archive/projects/specials/iconoclast-2015.html

 

2019    Foreign Trade, Gallery Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. Curated by The Division Team

             http://thegalleryliverpool.com/news/foreign-trade-a-celebration-of-queer-migration/

 

2019    Sixteen/30: Diploma Show, Menier Gallery, London

 

2019    New Designers: Islington Design Centre, London 

             Shortlisted for Designer of the Year by judge Claire Pearce, Director of Thrown Contemporary

             https://www.newdesigners.com

 

2019    Selected Artist at Fresh in the British Ceramics Biennial 2019 Festival, Stoke-on-Trent, UK

              https://www.britishceramicsbiennial.com

2019    TROVE: Contemporary ceramics group exhibition, Joseph Wales Gallery, Margate, UK.

 

2019    CLUSTER CRAFTS. Group show, Truman Brewery, London.

 

2020    Formworks: Solo show, International Ceramic Studio Gallery, ICS Kecskemét, Hungary.

 

2020    Boulders and Danish Summers: Solo show, Guldagergaad International Ceramic Studio, Denmark.

 

Residencies       

 

2020    International Ceramics Studio at Kecskemét, Hungary.

    March - June 2020

    http://icshu.org

 

2020    Guldagergaard Residency at the International Ceramic Research Center, Denmark. 

    June - September 2020. Solo exhibition following.

    http://ceramic.dk

 

2021 (forthcoming)    JCI International Research Residency at Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, China. 

    February - March 2021

    https://www.jingdezheninternational.com/international-studio-jci

Publications

2019     Article on the blood, sweat & tears in preparing a residency solo exhibition. London Potters, issue 200

2020    Feature article on the little known but incomparable ceramic collection at the International Ceramic Research Center, Kecskemét, Hungary. Ceramic Review, issue 307