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9/22/2014 | Weekly Highlight : HARAGUCHI Takushi

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HARAGUCHI Takushi

 Many connoisseurs consider the art produced in Chinese song dynasty (960-1127) to be the pinechale achievement.  Imbued with the Song aesthetic, Haraguchi has brought a 20th century sensibility to this great tradition.  His remarkable technique has produced forms to classic refinement. 

Haraguchi pays homage to the Song Dynasty celadon by creating these two precisely made celadon vessels.

He exhibites widely throughout Japan s well as New York and Washington DC.

Haraguchi pays homage to the Song Dynasty celadon by creating these two precisely made celadon vessels.

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Beige Color Celadon Six-lobed Bowl

1990s

H3"xDia9" 

Celadon glazed stoneware

 

Celadon Vase 

H12.8" x D6.5"

Celadon glazed stoneware

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1947           Born in Kyoto

1971           Graduate from Dokkyo University, majoring in Economics

1976           Graduate from Kyoto Prefectural Pottery Training School 

1980           Solo exhibition, Toriumi Ceramic Salon, Japan

1981           Solo exhibition at Takashimaya, Nihobashi, Tokyo and has          exhibitions regularly since then

                    Solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi, Nagoya and has exhibitions regularly since then

1987           Japanese Masters Exhibition at Takashimaya Department Store in celebration of its 80th years anniversary

                   Exhibition at Takashimaya Department Store, Gifu and has exhibitions regularly since then

1988           Exhibition at Takashimaya, Kyoto, has exhibitions regularly

Contemporary Ceramic Show in Kyoto

1989           Solo exhibition at Takashimaya, Osaka 

1990           Participated the exhibition "Ceramic Art in Heisei Period and beyond"

1992           Acquisition by the Victoria and Albert Museum of Britain

1993           Solo Exhibition at Royal Hotel, Osaka

Solo Exhibition at Tenmanya Gallery, Okayama and has exhibition regularly since then

1994           Awarded in Tea Ceremony Exhibition

Guest artist of Prefecture Cultural Museum 

1995           Exhibition at Matsuzakaya, Yamagata and has exhibition regularly since then

1996           Guest artist invited by Japan Craft Association, Toyama Branch

1997           Award winner in Asahi Pottery exhibition 

                   Solo exhibition, Matsuzakaya, 

                   Two artist exhibition, Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd., New York

1998           Awarded in Kyoto Craft and Art exhibition

1999           Awarded in Japan Craft Association, Kinki Branch




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