Iguchi Daisuke

Iguchi Daisuke

A recent work by Iguchi Daisuke, one of the world’s rising ceramic art stars, 52cm.tall, signed box. More photos on request.

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Light of Dawn by Kobayashi Hideo

Light of Dawn by Kobayashi Hideo

This is a major work by Kyoto ceramic artist Kobayashi Hideo(b.1951) as it was exhibited at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Furukawa Museum, Nagoya and the 30th annual Sokokai recently in Kyoto. It’s also shown on the Nikkoukai Directors page that can be seen here, scroll down:  http://nikkoukai.jp/events/30director Part of Nitten. In perfect condition, 56cm.tallx46x25. From a past listing: “Kobayashi Hideo(b.1951) is a Kyoto veteran ceramic artist who has had a most stellar career after graduating from the Kyoto University of Art in 1975; his first award came soon thereafter in 1980 at the Kyoto Prefectural Arts and Crafts Exhibition. The list now includes Excellence Prize, 7th Japan Ceramics Exhibition and the Mayor’s Prize, Kyoto Art Exhibition(’83, and the latter also in ’86), Three Grand Prix’s in ’87 at the15th Chunichi International…

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Oragnic Vessel by Kako Katsumi

Oragnic Vessel by Kako Katsumi

A ceramic sculpture vessel by Kako Katsumi. In perfect condition, 19.2cm.tallx45cm. x 42cm.

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Iro-Sumi-Nagashi Ceramic Sculpture by Setsu Junji

Iro-Sumi-Nagashi Ceramic Sculpture by Setsu Junji

Setsu Junji is a Kyoto born (’75) and raised ceramic artist, his works are *very* distinctive for his original technique of ‘drawing’ on clay slabs to create enigmatic designs than conjure up all sorts of images in the viewer’s mind. For these works he’s gaining national recognition including having a work that was shown at the Shigaraki Ceramic Park Museum as well as winning the Oribe Prize at the 9th Toki Modern Tea Wares Exhibition, where the celebrated chawan critic Hayashiya Seizo was very taken with Setsu’s chawan: http://www.toki-bunka.or.jp/?eventinfo=eventinfo-3554-2 During these odd times he’s been steadily working on new forms and he visited the gallery the other day with this stunning example. A diamond form that positively highlights his unique slip sheme,…

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Oribe Sculpture Vase by Hayashi Shotaro

Oribe Sculpture Vase by Hayashi Shotaro

Quite bold in form and texture, here is an Oribe work by Gifu Prefecture Intangible Cultural Property Hayashi Shotaro b.1947. A museum work in excellent condition, one notch on the base not seen while standing, 26.5cm.tallx21x18, signed box delivery included in the noted price.
 

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