You can already visit in the Arturo Mora Workshop a permanent exhibition of more than a hundred pieces of metallic reflection, it is a private collection by the author, there is a large sample of reproductions of medieval pieces that were made by the Manises' makers during the XIV, XV, XVI centuries, in…Read more
All prepared for the inauguration at the National Ceramic Museum, the exhibition 'Five countries a vision' brings together a total of 42 works by the potters Abbas Akbari, Arturo Mora Benavent, Giampietro Rampini, Jonathan Chiswell Jones, John Kuczwal and Joan Carrillo. the exhibited works are made with the traditional technique of metallic reflection. 24…Read more
Maravillosa exposición y acogida en el precioso pueblo de Gubbio (Italia)La próxima edición , “Cinco países una Visión”se celebrará en Manises en Julio de 2019.Muchísimas gracias a Giamprieto Rampini por su enorme amabilidad y a John Kuczwal por su gran idea y al entusiasta historiador Ettore Sannipoli My own work – “Five Countries, One Vision”…Read more
The 2nd of May 2013, in the Exhibition Room “Alfons Blat” of the ’ Art and Superior Ceramics School of Manises was opened the Arturo Mora’s exhibition called “The reflection of my work”, Luster ceramics, with a very good reception. You can enjoy the exhibition until the 16th of May.…Read more
The Swiss museum, Gewebermuseum Winterthur, will host from the 26th of February to the 6th of May of 2012 the exhibition titled “1001 bowls”, where bowls of different potters from around the world are shown and where Arturo Mora will exhibit ten luster bowls.
For some months it has been possible to find a collection of luster pieces made by Arturo Mora in the Leighton House Museum in London. The famous Leighton House Museum in London has reopened its doors after a restoration period, offering us Lord Leighton’s paintings, drawings and ceramics. And now, in addition, it is going to be possible to enjoy a set of luster pieces (plates, bowls, etc)…Read more
During the summer months we have been able to enjoy the silver and copper luster on cobalt blue background (among others) that Arturo Mora has made again exclusively for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, that are inspired in a series of pieces of the British William de Morgan (19th…Read more