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2020 Exhibition

EXHIBITION VOL.119
Yoshimitsu Ishihara : Pottery

Jul. 17 - Aug. 5, 2020

Yoshimitsu Ishihara lives and makes pottery in Fukuoka. His works are fired in firewood kiln and they are simple, but profound. Each work has different appearance by being affected with both soil and fire, and we feel the powerm the gentleness, and warmness of the nature.
EXHIBITION VOL.118
Susumu Jo : Pottery

Jun. 26 - Jul. 15, 2020

Susumu Jo lives and makes pottery in Iga. He makes various kinds of pottery and and that is the one of attractive things in his pottery. His pottery gives us comfortableness in our daily lives.
EXHIBITION VOL.117
Mami Hasegawa : Metal Works

Jun. 5 - Jun. 24, 2020

Mami Hasegawa is the metal artist in Nagoya. She married Takejiro Hasegawa known as Shunko Ichibosai who is third generation of Hasegawa family with a historical background of making crafts for tea ceremony. While she takes over the traditional work, she also have been trying to be an artist of metal works with free ideas.
EXHIBITION VOL.116
Exhibition: Sake vessels

Artists:
Kai Tsujimura / Kiyokazu Tsuda / Takashi Nakazato / Takejiro Hasegawa / Mayumi Hamano / Ryohei Yamamoto

May. 15 - Jun. 3, 2020
EXHIBITION VOL.114
Shiro Tsujimura: Inner Tranquility

Apr. 3, - Apr. 22, 2020
EXHIBITION VOL.113
Akemi Ito / Yasumoto Kajihara / Rui Mito: Pottery

Mar. 13 - Apr. 1, 2020
EXHIBITION VOL.112
Yoji Yamada: Pottery

Feb. 21 - Mar. 11, 2020

Yoji Yamada is a renowned potter of slipware, based in Shigaraki. Slipware is a pottery where slip decoration is applied onto a clay body. It has long been used in Europe as ovenproof tableware.
EXHIBITION VOL.111
Noriyuki Furutani: Pottery

Jan. 31 - Feb. 19, 2020

Noriyuki Furutani is based in Shigaraki, Shiga Prefecture. Although it is hard to achieve Oil Spot Tenmoku, he has succeeded in firing it and other types of Tenmoku glazes in an electric kiln and Anagama kiln.
EXHIBITION VOL.110
Wataru Hatano: Handmade Paper

Jan. 10 - Jan. 29, 2020

Wataru Hatano makes handmade Japanese paper in Ayabe City, Kyoto. Ayabe is well known for traditional handmade paper called “washi” in Japanese. Wataru Hatano cultivates by himself the mulberry trees used to make his paper works. He conveys the charm of “washi” with products that can be used daily like boxes, coasters, and boards.
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EXHIBITION VOL.114

Shiro Tsujimura: Inner Tranquility Apr. 3, - Apr. 22, 2020

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