Joint Exhibition with the Ceramic Network Congress “What is Ceramic Art? Learning From the Masterpieces of Eight Ceramic Art Museums”

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park

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No society, old or new, East or West, has incorporated ceramics into daily life as much as Japan. Each area of the country has its own style of pottery with its own special characteristics, enhancing daily activities like eating and drinking tea. In the modern age, artists use ceramics for new forms of expression.
Masterpieces from eight major ceramic art museums across Japan have been assembled for this exhibition. Presenting some 130 works, the exhibition will explore the “A to Z” of ceramics: How are they made? How are they used? What do they express? Visitors to this exhibition will be able to take a virtual journey around the country as they enjoy the variety of ceramics.

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from October 05, 2014 at 9:30 to December 14, 2014 at 17:00

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