Hands & Earth: Perspectives on Japanese Contemporary Ceramics
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Organized by the Lowe Art Museum from the collection of Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz, Hands & Earth: Perspectives on Japanese Contemporary Ceramics includes works by some of Japan’s most important artists. The KMA’s exhibition marks the first time that the Horvitz’s renowned collection will be exhibited in New York. While Hands & Earth focuses on contemporary ceramics, the 41 works on display also provide a comprehensive survey of Japan’s ceramic tradition over the past 80 years, from the Mingei Folk Craft Movement of the 1930s to contemporary ceramic sculpture.
SHINGŪ SAYAKA (b. 1979)
7 ⅞ x 16 ½ x 14 ¼ inches
Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz Collection
Image: © Shingū Sakaya, photograph by Yuko Weiner, courtesy Dai Ichi Arts
Additional support for this exhibition has been provided by The Japan Foundation, New York.