Blog

July 1, 2019
Director of Communications
One of the first things you notice when you enter renowned ceramic artist Ayumi Horie’s home and studio are the mugs. Even by a potter’s standard, the sheer amount and diversity of shapes, colors, and styles is staggering. Collected over the years and around the globe, Horie’s collection looks like an exhibition in and of itself.

June 7, 2019
Deputy Director and Director of External Affairs
Elizabeth Jones, Deputy Director and Director of External Affairs, reflects on the outstanding programming of Member Appreciation Weekend and takes a minute to thank PMA members for making it all possible.

March 26, 2019
Director of Communications
One of the first works you see when you enter the Albert Brenner Glickman Galleries to view Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago is Juana Valdes’ Under View of the World /El mundo desde abajo. In this deep, blue work, she uses objects such as porcelain figurines and bone china saucers—each one stamped with an identifying mark that often references the country of production—to highlight the global circulation of commodities as a metaphor for colonialism.