In Focus | A Brief History of German Expressionism 17th March 2017 German Expressionism sought to produce art of the emotions, of frankness and intensity of feeling, and of the deeply personal and spiritual. New Arrivals | Set of 80 'Guinomi' by Potter Phil Rogers 16th March 2017 Three different kilns; three very different firings; every 80 guinomi set potter Phil Rogers puts together is truly a labour of pottery love. In Focus | Judging Books by their Covers: R. B. Kitaj's 'In Our Time' 4th March 2017 The written word and the beautiful volumes in which it was delivered were a constant source of revelation for American born artist R. B. Kitaj. Profile | Patrick Caulfield: A Strange, Closed-Off World 2nd March 2017 With Patrick Caulfield, the Pop-Art label was a predictable misnomer. Through bold outlines and bright colours he created his own strange world. Events | Phil Rogers Ceramics Exhibition | 25/3/17 2nd March 2017 On Saturday 25th March Goldmark will be hosting its fourth exhibition of ceramics by the internationally renowned studio potter Phil Rogers. Profile | Wifredo Lam: A Man Possessed 28th February 2017 It has taken over a third of a century since the death of the surrealist Wifredo Lam for us to become alive once more to the power of his art. Buying Art with Writer Ben Okri OBE | Goldmark Films 29th January 2017 Award-winning writer and poet Ben Okri OBE discusses buying art and the Goldmark Gallery with gallery owner Mike Goldmark. In Focus | Elegance and Extravagance: A Brief History of Pochoir 29th January 2017 Pochoir, the printing process which emerged in Paris in the late 1800s, pushed the art of the stencil to the very limits of printmaking. In Focus | Painting with Metal: Phil Rogers on the 'Buncheong' Pottery of Korea 28th January 2017 Dynamic, bold, and strangely modern: 'Buncheong' has had a profound and lasting influence on Western studio pottery via Leach and Hamada. In Focus | Ceramic Forms: The Humble Jug 16th January 2017 One of the simplest ceramic forms with the most basic of uses, the jug has a complex history. Read our latest ceramics musing on jugs of the past and present. New Arrivals | Acrylic, Gouache and Watercolour Paintings by Harvey Daniels 13th January 2017 From every luminescent yellow to their midnight blues, Harvey Daniel’s paintings reaffirm the strength of optimistic art in a cynical world. New Arrivals | Bronze Bust of Augustus John by Jacob Epstein 13th January 2017 With hair swept back like the mane of a lion, Epstein’s heroic bust of the devilishly charismatic Augustus John captured his ragged likeness.