"Morihiro Hosokawa 'Shisei no Sankyo' / Tea house ‘A bientôt’ designed by Terunobu Fujimori"

Maison Hermès

poster for "Morihiro Hosokawa 'Shisei no Sankyo' / Tea house ‘A bientôt’ designed by Terunobu Fujimori"

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Morihiro Hosokawa was born in Tokyo in 1938. After serving as the 79th prime minister of Japan from 1993 to 1994, he retired from politics at the age of 60 and began practicing pottery, calligraphy and other artistic pursuits at his residence in Kanagawa. He has since received high acclaim for his ceramics despite starting with no experience whatsoever, holding several solo exhibitions throughout Japan.

On display at this exhibition is a "landscape" installation of paintings, tea bowls and ceramics, along with a teahouse designed by the architect Terunobu Fujimori, whom Hosokawa has long enjoyed a close association with in both a private and professional context.

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From 2010-04-22 To 2010-07-19

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cucino: (2010-05-09)

失礼ながら(!)、意外に上品でいい作品でした。会場がメゾンエルメスだったのも良かったかも。
http://cuccino.blog104.fc2.com/blog-entry-52.html

jinno: (2010-06-01)

フォーラムの白箱の印象を変える展示会。氏の人柄に触れたような気がします。http://ameblo.jp/jinjin0116/entry-10545610553.html

takatokyo: (2010-07-08)

taikiti: (2010-07-20)

好きなギャラリーのひとつです。

木の床/ガラスブロックの壁とクセのある場所ですが、
今回も陽の光が展示室内を外にいるような雰囲気にさせてくれます。

歴代内閣総理大臣の一人の「余暇」が
このような創作の日々であるとはステキですね。
モノヅクリもその人の生きてる姿が見えてくると思います。

藤森さんとのコラボもいいです。
ハイゴケとその上に置いてある信楽焼の置物、
そして、快晴の陽の光が絶妙でした。

生きている間、常に模索し続け何かを生み出すと思います。
ゆっくり自分のペースで。

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