The theme of this exhibition is "Shukou Touka". The exhibition features approximately 80 works, with a focus on works depicting grapes, which represent the autumn harvest.
Seiko House Ginza Hall will hold the "Iron Painted Copper Painted Norio Kamiya Pottery Exhibition – Akimitsu Touka" from September 28th (Thursday) to October 9th (Monday).
Tetsu-e (painting with iron) and Dosai (painting with copper). “Tetsu-e bronze painting'' is a difficult technique whose color changes depending on the conditions, but since his student days, Norio Kamiya has been particular about the soil of Mashiko, and has established an easygoing and free-spirited style by making full use of this technique.
The theme of this exhibition, which is Mr. Kamiya's 21st solo exhibition at Wako, is “Shuko Touka'', which is his 21st solo exhibition at Wako, where you can feel the depth of pottery from forming on the potter's wheel to hand-weaving and making tatara. We will exhibit approximately 80 items, including vases, plates, vases, boxes, and tea bowls, with a focus on grapes, which represent the bountiful harvest of autumn, as well as vases, plates, vases, boxes, and tea cups decorated with autumn leaves and grass patterns.
Autumn scenery, sunlight, and the scent of pottery that seems to waft in the light. Please take this opportunity to see the world of ceramics that speaks to all your five senses.
◎Gallery talk information
September 30th (Sat) 14:00~
Reservations will be accepted by phone from September 15th (Friday).
Reservations/Inquiries: Art Department (03)3562-2111 (Representative)
Norio Kamiya (Kamiya Norio) Biography
1963 Graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Sculpture
1967 Studied under Koichi Tamura
1968: Selected for the Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition for the first time
1971: Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition for the first time
1982-85 Solo exhibition at Wako Art Salon
1986 Received the Encouragement Award at the New Traditional Crafts Exhibition; solo exhibition at Wako Hall (held every other year until 2006)
1999: Provided ceramics instruction in Portugal and Spain through the Japan Foundation.
2003 Received the 50th Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition Memorial Award
2005 Traditional Craft Ceramics Exhibition held at Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art
2008 Certified as an intangible cultural property designated by Chiba Prefecture Solo exhibition at Wako Namiki Hall
2010 Solo exhibition at Wako Hall (2010/13/16/2020)
2012 Regional Cultural Merit Award
2016 Traditional Culture Pola Award Excellence Award
2017 Judge of the 64th Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition Current solo exhibition at Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store Judge of the East Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition, Chairman of the Chiba Prefecture Art Association, regular member of the Japan Crafts Association, representative of the Toyo Association
“Iron Painted Copper Painting Norio Kamiya Pottery Exhibition – Akimitsu Touka”
September 28th (Thursday) – October 9th (Monday)
Venue: Seiko House Ginza Hall 6th floor, Seiko House Ginza, 4-5-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Contact: Wako (03)3562-2111 (Representative)
Business hours: 11:00-19:00 (until 17:00 on the last day)
Closed days: None Admission fee: Free Sponsored by/Wako
◎Wako Hall has been renamed to "Seiko House Ginza Hall."
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