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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




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



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



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



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


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.




2020    International Ceramics Studio at Kecskemét, Hungary.

    March - June 2020


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

    June - September 2020. Solo exhibition following.


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

    February - March 2021


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

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