I am a big fan of Charles Krafft, so I was drawn to the work of Maria Rubinke, who also breaks with the traditional aesthetic associated with ceramics. Violence and aggression are played out in a bloody tableaux contrasting with the decorative delicacy of the porcelain and becoming both dangerous and beautiful at the same time.
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