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ICHINO, Masahiko

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ICHINO, Masahiko Movie

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He is the proficient ceramic artist of Tanba Ware and one of the high-ranked ceramic artists in Japan.
In 1995, at the 13th Japan Ceramic exhibition, he made his vivid debut as the youngest winner by his original art “KAI” that looks like a large shell.
His arts have been introduced in the exhibitions not only in Japan but also all over the world.
“Senmonki,” with line design is a breathtaking art. It is the art piece of the contrast of red and black, which may be the expression of self-transcendence.
This artist’s arts are always full of originality and attracted attention of ceramic lovers over the world.

Career

1961
Born in Sasayama-shi, Hyogo prefecture
1981
Studied under IMAI, Masayuki and his father "ICHINO, Shinsui"
1988
Established "Taiga Kiln"
1995
"The Chichibunomiya trophy" in the 13th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
1999
Oversea tour of Japanese Ceramic Exhibition (Japan Foundation Sponsorship, South America)
Japanese Art Craft "Ima (the present time)" 100 selection (NHK Sponsorship, Paris and Japan tour)
2000
The Tea Ceremony Contemporary Art Exhibition in Helsinki City Museum, Finland)
International Ceramics Exhibition in China Art Gallery Beijing, China
2002
Asian Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition in Yingge Ceramics Museum Taipei, Taiwan
2003
Contemporary Korea and Japanese Ceramic Exhibition in Kumho Museum Seoul, Korea
2004
COLLECT (2004, 2008 Victoria and Albert Museum, 2009, 2010 Seatchi Gallery in England)
Sanyo Sanin Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition V in Higashihiroshima City Museum of Art
2006
"Japan Ceramic Society prize"
2007
Invitation to Modern Ceramic Art in The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo prefecture
2008
Contemporary Art -Life & Art- in Higashi Hiroshima City Museum of Art
2009
The Grand prize in the Tanabe Museum of Art "Tea Ceremony Formative Arts Exhibition"
2010
Contemporary Ceramics for the Tea Ceremony - Free Creativity and Atypical Usage - in Musee Tomo
A view point on Contemporary Art Craft in the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Craft & Design
2011
"The Hyogo prefectural Culture prize"

Public Collection

JAPAN FOUNDATION
Brooklyn Museum
New Orleans Museum of Art
Victoria & Alert Museum
The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo
Higashihiroshima City Musuem of Art
The Tanabe Museum of Art

Address

Onaka Kamitachikui Kondacho Sasayama-shi, Hyogo, 669-2135 Japan

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