New Release Exhibition from TAMBA

Ennen Kiln, Tadasaku Kiln, Toshihiko Kiln, Shinrin Kiln, Rinzou Kiln, Shouyou Kiln, Yamagotoukatsu Kiln
TAMBA series was born 2 years ago when Kita met with these young potters that inherit the traditional styles and techniques of Tamba Pottery. With its simple design of plates and cups, they are a joy to dish up, which is the reason for the continued creation of new releases to this day.

VENUE : October 20th (Sat) – November 18th (Sun), 2012 at Sasayama Gallery KITA’S.

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Sasayama Gallery KITA’S Seminar No.8 “Talk Session: Tamba Kiln Potters x Toshiyuki Kita”

VENUE : November 10th (Sat), 2012 14:00 – 15:00 at Sasayama Gallery KITA’S 2F

At the heart of Tamba where original Japanese landscapes is still preserved widely, traditional kilns still burns after 800 years of history, creating everyday tableware such as plates and bowls, tea cups, sake pitchers, flower vases, etc. Young potters and Kita talked about design, what is important in modern tableware and the future of Tamba Pottery and many more.

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