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Katsutoshi Mizuno porcelain exhibition
1 April- 30 April, 2023
11:00 - 20:00
The artist will be present on 1 – 3 April.
Time & Style Midtown
Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3F, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052 Japan
Tel +81 (0)3 5413 3501
Along with the arrival of spring, we will again host the Katsutoshi Mizuno Porcelain Exhibition.
Holding one of Mizuno’s works, one feels the surety of a daily-life implement retained within its delicate form. This is because it captures the shape and form of a vessel made by a potter of long ago and reflects Mizuno’s attitude toward such vessels, one of deep respect for classical forms. The result is a utensil that beautifully decorates the dining table.
Mizuno says that throughout his many years of making vessels, the one thing that has not changed is his humble approach toward learning from classical works. Even today, he constantly works at his wheel in pursuit of universal beauty.
1960 Born in Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture
1981 After university graduation, enrolled in Seto Yogyo Kunren-ko school for ceramics
1982 Joined Kutani Seiyou
1990 Became independent in the former village of Hirota in Ehime Prefecture
2010 Relocated to Kure