Ceramic artist (Japan)

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1977 Born in Japan
2001 Diploma, The Tajimi City Ceramic and Design Center
2011 Received a Fellowship of Japanese Government Overseas study program for artist by the Agency of Japan Cultural Affairs. (Boston,USA)
Currently living in Toki, Japan


Group Exhibitions



2018

“Ottonbre Giappone” Museo Carlo Zauli /
Tracce Dl Uno Scambio Faenza (Italy)
“Place for Life,Energy and Spirit” 丗 | SEI(2019)(Kyoto)

2017

“Buongiorno Ceremica 2017” Museo Carlo Zauli (Italy)
“Akio Niisato Luminescence…”Takashimaya(Kyoto、Osaka、Nagoya、Yokohama)
“「The present of porcelain seen in a tea room」”Tea House-Hikinsai / Ichiju-an Nezu Museum(Tokyo)
“The Dramatic Vessel”the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park(Shigaraki)/Iwate Museum of Art(2018)
“Contenporayr Ceramics for the Tea  -Rikyu ni misetai!-”Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum,Ibaraki

2016

“PUNK”Rakusui-tei Museum of Art(Toyama)/Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum,Ibaraki(2017)
“MADE IN JAPAN ”Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza(Italy)
“REVALUE NIPPON PROJECT”Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art (Tokyo)

2015

“Dialogue with Materials”Ahmed Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkezi,Anadolu University,Turkey
“The Kikuchi Kanjitsu Prize Contenporary Japanese Crafts”Mus?e Tomo(Tokyo)

2014

“Phenomenon of Contemporary Ceramic” Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum

2013

“Master Teabowls of Our Days”Mus?e Tomo(Tokyo)

2012

“International contemporary ceramics exhibition, 3rd edition”Galateea Gallery,Romania

2011

Tokai present-day ceramics considered new generation exhibition,Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum ,Aichi
The white time,Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art / Ceramic Art Messe Mashiko,Tochigi

2010

About the Tea Ceremony - A Viewpoint on Contemporary Kogei, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
“REVALUE NIPPON PROJECT” (Hidetoshi Nakata, supervised by Hiroshi Fujiwara, collaboration with Tatsuo Miyajima)
Hyatt Regency Kyoto / Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi (Tokyo) /Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum(〜’11)

2005

Premio Faenza 55th Edition, Italy ('07)
City of Carouge Prize, Switzerland

2004

Mino Ceramics Now, Museum of Modern Ceramics Art, Gifu
Cool & Light New Spirit in Craft Making, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo



Awards




2017

Award for Honorable Mention,U-50 INTERNATIONAL HOKURIKU KOGEI AWARDS

2014

Award for the New Artist,MOA Mokichi Okada Award, Tokyo

2009

Incentive Award, Kikuchi Biennale, Tokyo

2008

Grand Prize, Paramita Museum Ceramic Competition
Judge's Special Award, International Ceramic Festival 08, Gifu


2005

Award for the New Artist, “Premio Faenza” 54th Edition, Italy



Workshop&Lecture,others




2019

“Clay LIVE ”Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, UK))

2018

“Artist-in-residence・workshop”The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park(Shigaraki)

2017

“40-year-old artist talk (× Hidetoshi Nakata) (× Akihiro Suda) ”40th Anniversary The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
“Artist-in-residence”Museo Carlo Zauli (2018)(Faenza,Italy)

2016

“REVALUE NIPPON PROJECT and the Future of Japanese Crafts”Symposium Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art (Tokyo)
“Public special lecture”TAJIMI ishoken gallery (Gifu,Japan)

2012

“Ceramics Program,Office for the Art at Harvard"
    Spring 2012 Course[Luminescent] Instructor 
    Visiting Artist Workshop with Akio Niisato(Boston,MA  USA) 

2011

“Ceramics Program,Office for the Art at Harvard" Artist in Residence/
         Fellowship of Japanese Government Overseas study program for artist by the Agency of Japan Cultural Affairs,Japan'11.9-'12.7 (Boston,MA  USA) 

2009

“Ceramics Program,Office for the Art at Harvard "Workshop&Lecture (Boston,MA  USA) 
“Workshop”Leach Pottery (St Ives,UK)
“Artist-in-residence・workshop”Museo Carlo Zauli (Faenza,Italy)

2008

Lecture at Japan Society of Oriental Ceramic Studies,Tokyo / The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo




Public collection



・ Minneapolis Institute of Art,USA
・ Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum,Ibaraki
・ Paramita Museum,Mie
・ MOA Museum、Shizuoka
・ Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza ,Italy
・ Anadole University Museum,Eskisehir,Turkey
・ Museo Carlo Zauli、Italy
・ Musee Cernuschi,France
・ Victoria and Albert Museum,UK