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  • poster for Picasso Pavilion

    Picasso Pavilion

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    • at Hakone Open Air Museum
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area

    The Hakone Open-Air Museum’s Picasso Collection consists of a substantial number of Picasso’s ceramic creations, purchased from his eldest daughter Maya Picasso, as well as his paintings, prints, sculptures,...More »

  • Yokoyama Taikan Memorial Hall Permanent Exhibit

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    • at Yokoyama Taikan Memorial Hall
    • in the Ueno, Yanaka area

    Works, studies, sketches, ceramics, kimonos, artworks by friends, letters, bamboo crafts, and other belongings of Yokoyama Taikan are on display. Exhibits will change every three months. Closed during...More »

  • poster for My Favorites: Toshio Hara Selects from the Permanent Collection (Part 1)

    My Favorites: Toshio Hara Selects from the Permanent Collection (Part 1)

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    • at Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo)
    • in the Tokyo: Others area
    • Ends in 19 days

    Since he started the Hara Museum in 1979 as one of Japan’s first museums dedicated to contemporary art, the director Toshio Hara has devoted himself to the promotion of international exchange and the advancement...More »

  • poster for Akiko Suso + Takashi Yamauchi “Jomon Pottery at Switch Point?”

    Akiko Suso + Takashi Yamauchi “Jomon Pottery at Switch Point?”

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    • at Switch Point
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Ends in 4 days
  • 20th Domani: The Art of Tomorrow Exhibition

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    • at The National Art Center, Tokyo
    • in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
    • Ends in 12 days

    Subtitled “Memories of Passagers,” the 20th annual Domani exhibition showcases examples of exciting talent who have completed the study program in recent years. Including four artists who continue to be...More »

  • poster for Tomo Hirai “Pottery Fragments and Reminiscences”

    Tomo Hirai “Pottery Fragments and Reminiscences”

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    • at LIXIL Gallery 1 & 2
    • in the Kyobashi, Nihonbashi area
    • Ends Today

    Tomo Hirai, a resident of Italy since 1972, has received awards such as the Florence International Ceramics Exhibition Prize and exhibited works in shows across Italy. His mosaic tile works have also been...More »

  • poster for Twin Stars Twinkling

    Twin Stars Twinkling

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    • at Books & Gallery cafe Tentekido
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Ends in 5 days
  • poster for Break Zenya - The Next Generation of Artists

    Break Zenya - The Next Generation of Artists

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    • at Bunkamura Gallery
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Ends in 12 days

    “Break Zenya - The Next Generation of Artists” is the name of a 5-minute television program that airs each Friday from 21:55 on BS Fuji and introduces artists who are about to take the art scene by storm....More »

  • poster for The Modern Minstrels in Metalworking

    The Modern Minstrels in Metalworking

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    • at LIXIL Gallery 1 & 2
    • in the Kyobashi, Nihonbashi area
    • Ends in 28 days

    Lixil’s Future of Creation series presents exhibitions directed by art director Toshio Shimizu, metal craft artist Ryohei Miyata, and architect Kengo Kuma. Each three-month show features works representing...More »

  • poster for Tohbe Tahara Exhibition

    Tohbe Tahara Exhibition

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    • at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Starts Today, Ends in 6 days

    The famed Fukawa kiln (Fukawa Hagi) has been in operation for nearly 4 centuries, while the Tahara line has a 350-year history of producing Hagi tea ware for the Mouri family, once feudal lords of the...More »

  • Makoto Orui “Makoto Latest Ceramic Works”

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    • at Vacant
    • in the Omotesando, Aoyama area
    • Ends in 5 days

    Presenting a lineup of new ceramic works by Paris-based art director Makoto Orui, who has spent the last 10 years working with ceramics. Orui’s pieces are recognizable for their distinctive distorted shapes,...More »

  • poster for Beautiful Glazes in Ko-Imari Ware

    Beautiful Glazes in Ko-Imari Ware

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    • at Toguri Museum of Art
    • in the Shibuya area
    • Ends in 29 days

    Glaze is the glass-like layer that covers the surface of a piece of ceramics. In Japanese, glaze is generally called uwagusuri or yūyaku. Applying glaze does more than simply make the dish more durable...More »

  • poster for Ninsei and Kenzan – Kyoto Pottery and Painting

    Ninsei and Kenzan – Kyoto Pottery and Painting

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    • at Okada Museum Of Art
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • Ends in 40 days

    Ninsei Nonomura and Kenzan Ogata were two important ceramics artists during the Edo period. The former perfected the Kyoto Kyoyaki style of painting in color on fired ceramics, creating masterpieces of...More »

  • poster for The Hosokawa Clan and Chinese Ceramics

    The Hosokawa Clan and Chinese Ceramics

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    • at Eisei-Bunko Museum
    • in the Ichigaya, Kagurazaka area
    • Ends in 50 days

    Chinese ceramics have been held in high esteem in Japan since ancient times, considered works of superior quality and quantity. Eisei-Bunko Museum is home to more than 100 Chinese ceramic items produced...More »

  • poster for HIroyuki Tomita “Odyssey”

    HIroyuki Tomita “Odyssey”

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    • at Park Hotel Tokyo
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 6 days

    Internationally active ceramic artist Hiroyuki Tomita introduces a variety of tiles, art objects and vessels on the theme of epic space travel. As a tribute to Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A space odyssey,”...More »

  • poster for guse ars “Crest”

    guse ars “Crest”

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    • at Museum Shop T
    • in the Musashino, Tama area
    • Ends in 5 days

    This exhibition presents of objects and patterned works on the theme of crests, utilizing ceramic fragments collected from Asa River, a tributary of the Tama River. These new works which may be referred...More »

  • poster for La Parisienne: Portraying Women in the Capital of Culture, 1715-1965 from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    La Parisienne: Portraying Women in the Capital of Culture, 1715-1965 from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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    • at Setagaya Art Museum
    • in the Setagaya, Kawasaki area
    • Ends in 40 days

    The word “Parisienne” refers to women who live in the alluring city of Paris. This traditionally included refined hostesses who oversaw salons, women who sported novel hairstyles and trendy attire, models...More »

  • poster for Iro-e: Japan Cute!

    Iro-e: Japan Cute!

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    • at Idemitsu Museum of Arts
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 33 days

    Iro-e - ceramic pieces utilizing polychrome overglaze enamels - flourished as a colorful ceramic style during the Edo period (1603 - 1868), represented by porcelain such as Kokutani, Kakiemon and Nabeshima...More »

  • poster for Iro-Nabeshima Porcelain: The Art of Living National Treasure Imaizumi Imaemon

    Iro-Nabeshima Porcelain: The Art of Living National Treasure Imaizumi Imaemon

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    • at Sogo Yokohama Art Gallery
    • in the Yokohama, Kanagawa area
    • 2018-02-13 - 2018-02-19

    Living National Treasure Imaizumi Imaemon XIV carries on the art of iro-e polychrome enamel Nabeshima porcelain, a practice dating back fourteen generations to when the family created works for the shogun...More »

  • poster for Herend: Porcelain from Hungary

    Herend: Porcelain from Hungary

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    • at Shiodome Museum | Rouault Gallery
    • in the Ginza, Marunouchi area
    • Ends in 29 days

    The town of Herend in western Hungary became a legendary site of porcelain production in the 19th century as it flourished under the patronage of the Habsburg Dynasty with works treasured by European heads...More »

  • poster for Kikuchi Biennale IV

    Kikuchi Biennale IV

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    • at Musee Tomo
    • in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
    • Ends in 26 days

    The Kikuchi Biennale is a competition to which entries are invited from the public and has been held every other year since 2004 with the aim of promoting contemporary ceramics. For this seventh Biennale,...More »

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