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  • Exhibited

    ‘Magdalene Odundo: Clay Forms’, Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House, Bowness-on-Windermere, July4–September 23, 2001
    ‘Shared Passion: Sara and David Lieberman Collection of Contemporary Ceramics and Craft’, ASU Art Museum, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Tempe, February 8–May 18, 2003

  • Literature

    Magdalene Odundo: Clay Forms, exh. cat., Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House, Bowness-on-Windemere, 2001, illustrated p. 50, fig. 49
    Anthony Slayter-Ralph, Magdalene Odundo, Aldershot, 2004, illustrated pp. 87, 122

  • Catalogue Essay

    Footnote
    ‘Attracted to something that is almost a kind of electricity of electricity in how pliable the body can be. Thus with plastic, malleable clay, which, while it is capable of being shaped to capture that mesmerizing, hypnotic achievement, the pot ends up in a motionless state. This is what I try to capture.’ Magdalene Odundo

    Pull quote
    ‘’attaining an abstract excellence in artefacts that seems deeply rooted in the human psyche. One could argue that this is the origin of art’ David Queensberry

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SARA AND DAVID LIEBERMAN

25

'Untitled (Cat. 134)' vase

2000
Polished and carbonised terracotta.
18 3/4 in (47.6 cm) high
Incised with 'Odundo/2000'.

Estimate
$40,000 - 60,000 

Sold for $105,700

Design Masters

11 December 2012
New York