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Exhibition of Japanese Traditional pottery

This exhibition introduces a wide range of trends in contemporary Japanese ceramics. Included in the exhibition are 64 works by both ceramic artists of the past such as Kanjiro Kawai and Shoji Hamada, who helped introduce Japanese ceramics to the world, and leading contemporary figures working in Japanese ceramic traditions.

This touring exhibition is completed.

January 31 - March 12, 2008

Museum of Man, Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)

October 9 - December 14, 2007

Japan Information and Culture Center, Embassy of Japan (Washington,D.C., U.S.A.)

July 27 - September 9, 2007

Museum of Anthropology, Xalapa (Xalapa, Mexico)

April 9 - May 18, 2007

Community College of Southern Nevada, Cheyenne Campus,

Performing Arts Center, Fine Arts Gallery (Las Vegas, U.S.A.)


Rosanjin Kitaoji: Large bowl with coloured design

Rosanjin Kitaoji: Large bowl with coloured design

Shoji Hamada: Faceted flower vase, black glaze with poured iron glaze

Shoji Hamada: Faceted flower vase, black
glaze with poured iron glaze


Shoji Hamada: Plate, yellowish brown glaze

Shoji Hamada: Plate, yellowish brown glaze

Imaemon Imaizumi(12th): Framed plate, coloured porcelain (Iro-Nabeshima) with octagonal calico design

Imaemon Imaizumi(12th): Framed plate, coloured porcelain (Iro-Nabeshima) with octagonal calico design


Kenji Kato: Rectangular plate with overglaze enamel painting

Kenji Kato: Rectangular plate with overglaze enamel painting


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