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KIKUCHI, Hiroshi

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TERAMOTO, Mamoru Movie

Kasama Ware


Profile

He was born in Koishikawa Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.
He travelled all over the country to historic spots, the home of ceramic or kilns since he was a high school student.
Aiming at being businessman for trading company, he went to Meijigakuin university, the faculty of economics.
On the other hand, he was attractive to pottery appreciating them as a hobby by visitting to an art museum, or an exhibition.
He started studying pottery at the Kasama's kiln while at university, and afterwards he lived in Kasama.
After graduated from the university, he determined to make pottery as professional, and he entered Aichi Prefectural Seto Yogyo high school ceramic art advanced course.
And he visited every kilns to broaden his knowledge.
After graduated from high school, he studied at kiln in Kasama or Mashiko, his kiln was built at Hitachiomiya-shi, Ibaraki prefecture in 1982.
Including the Japan Traditional Art Crafts exhibition, his arts are accepted in various public exhibitions.
By his own technique named "Saideiji (colored slip painting)" , the vessel designed beige color which feels the spread of expression of the ground is popular.

Career

1989
Selected for the Ceramic Biennale
1990
Selected for the 38th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1991
Selected for the Ceramic Biennale
1996
A tour of ceramic inspection as Japan Foundation member in Paris
Joint exhibition in Paris Atelier d'Art
2000
"The Itayahazan prize" in the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2001
"The Mainichi Semi-grand prize" in the Northern Kanto Ceramic Exhibition
2007
Invitation exhibition "TOUJI exhibition" by Musee national de Ceramique, France
His art purchased from Musee national de Ceramique, France
2010
"The Japan Art Crafts Assiciation prize" in the exhibition of Japanese Traditional Ceramic Art
"Adovocating ware KIKUCHI, Hiroshi exhibition"in Joyo Geibun center
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2011
Selected for the 21st Japan Ceramic Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2012
The 7th Art exhibition of Modern Ibaraki Artists in the Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki
Flower vase for an offering of flowers to the 550th anniversary IKENOBO origin of ikebana
The flower vase collected by the Ibaraki prefectural office
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2013
Selected for the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition
2014
Selected for the 54th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition
2015
Selected for the 55th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition

Special Qualification

Japan Kogei Association
Ibaraki Art Crafts Association Committee
Ibaraki Art Festival Art exhibition Committee
TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan

Address

291 Nakai, Hitachiomiya-shi, Ibaraki 311-4612 Japan

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