Nature, Tradition and Innovation: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Collection of Gordon Brodfuehrer This exhibition explores the evolution of contemporary Japanese ceramics through the work of many artists and a variety of forms, from tea bowls and noodle cups to stunning vases and robust… More
Occasionally we offer books, and occasionally we offer calligraphy by ceramic artists. No one’s is as bold as The Bear of Echizen, Kumano Kurouemon; here are ten superb examples on lovely Echizen washi. Please have a look and see what one you intuitive like, the meanings will be listed… More
Takiguchi Kazuo’s classic-mingei-inspired dobin with a rough clay body, soft ash-glazing and dynamic iron-underglaze brush markings and a self-made twine handle; all together a fine dobin indeed. In perfect condition with a signed box, 18.3cm.tall including handle x17.5×11.2.
Kako Katsumi(b.1965) is one of our favorite ceramic artists who challenges his art with a keen sense and unique vision; and for this his work has been shown at the Nitten, Asahi, Japan Ceramic Art, Mino International, Hyogo Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum (Hyogo Ceramic Artists), and Tanabe Museum… More
180,000 yen each
There’s something magical, something cosmic about good tenmoku iron-glazed wares; light shimmering in space, jewels buried, dreams held. Sasaki Yuzuru(b.1949) has been making such Tenmoku pieces since the early 1970s when he studied-worked with Kimura Morikazu–1971-79–and then… More