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Dai Ichi Arts Opens Modern Masters: Objects of Affection

L-R: Tsuboshima Dohei, Shino Teabowl with Shigaraki Clay, H. 3.6 x Dia. 4.8 in.; Kawakita Handeishi, Teabowl Authenticated by Kato Tokuro, stoneware, H. 3.1 x Dia. 5.6 in.

Modern Masters: Objects of Affection, Dai Ichi Arts Ltd
Now on view-February 28, 2022

This month Dai Ichi Arts presents a group of works by modern masters of Japanese ceramics, organized by the theme Objects of Affection. From small sake cups, tea bowls that rest tenderly in one’s hands, to recent masterpieces by potters, Dai Ichi is glad to present a group of delightful objects this February. The exhibition will feature a group of sake cups by Living National Treasures: Shimaoka Tatsuzo(1919-2007), Arakawa Toyozo (1894-1985), Kamoda Shoji (1933-1983), Miwa Kyusetsu (1910-2012), and more; teabowls by potters who have artful and innovative interpretations of traditional glazes: Ichikawa Toru (b. 1973) and Isezaki Koichiro (b. 1974). The exhibition will be updated throughout the month with new pieces, so stay tuned or get in touch with Dai Ichi Arts to preview the show.

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