Walk into the new show “Bibelots” of ceramics master Nicolas Guagnini and you will find the floor littered with leaflets of an admiring review of the artist’s work by curator and critic Jenny Jaskey. The text “I love Nic” recounts how the curator and the artist met, how Guagnini insisted on the review being printed and distributed on to the gallery floor as a protest to the know-towing of artists to the White Cube, and delves into affectionately humorous details of the artist’s cerebral practice. This time Guagnini’s works are on the wall. His Bibelots are “ceramic paintings” that straddle the boundary between sculpture and painting and represent a new form of experimentation with glazes that riff on techniques used around the inception of the industrialist/capitalist era. Combine that with the leaflets and you have a popper anarchistic revolution on your hands – right in the middle of the most capitalist art centre in the world. At Bortolami through March 25.