Ebook ✓ Yasuhisa Kohyama : The Art of Ceramics Kindle Auteur ☆ Susan Jefferies ☆


Kohyama s ceramic oeuvre is an expression and bold bridge between the ancient techniques of Sueki and anagama firing and contemporary Japanese abstract ceramics Kohyama s works are owned by leading museums worldwide, including the Museum f r Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg the Mus e National de Ceramique, S vres the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art 2nd revised edition The skilful works of Yasuhisa Kohyama are inspired by ancient Japanese Shigaraki, Jomon and Yayoi ceramics Using special Shigaraki clay and the fire of an anagama wood kiln, in the fusion of traditional technique and a modern language of form he creates vessels and sculptures that are not only powerful and innovative but also timelessly beautiful Characteristic for Kohyama s asymmetric objects is their rough surface a haptic quality rarely found in contemporary ceramics as well as an exciting interplay of colour, which is created without glaze and solely by the movement of the ash and the position of the object within the kiln Contents Foreword Jack Lenor Larsen Tradition and Innovation in the Work of Yasuhisa Kohyama Susan Jefferies Kohyama san and Japanese Ceramic History Notes on Suemono Michael R Cunningham Yasuhisa Kohyama The Art of Ceramics Yoshiaki Inui Catalog of works AppendixSusan Jefferies is an independent curator She established the modern and contemporary collections as well as a new gallery for the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art in Toronto, Canada, and served as its curator for 10 years Lacoste Gallery Artists Lacoste Gallery represents contemporary artists including Join our mailing list Innovative Ceramic Manipulation Ceramics and Knead, bend, roll, throw, twist, pound, bake, beg, weep just a few of the myriad manipulations at one s disposal to innovate with clay This amazing substance from the earth is a loyal servant of the ceramic arts South Africa creative pottery Ceramics and Pottery A selection of South African ceramic artists, highlighting the rich diversity of their contemporary clayarts Donve Branch Donv currently works with kaolin and bastitle clay and uses primitive firing methods to explore the dynamic interplay of fire and earth that defines traditional African pots arttextstyle contemporary art textiles, fiber sculpture exhibitions, lectures and publications artists from North and South America, Europe, Asia, Israel, Australia and the UK Original Papers Yuki Usami, Kentaro Imamura, Tomoki Akai, Dock Chil Che, Hiroshi Ohoyama, Hikaru Kobayashi, Takuya Matsumoto

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