Japanese Pottery and Tradition

April 2 – April 30, 1995

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

Curated by Hasebe Mitsuhiko, chief curator of the Crafts Gallery, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

Sixty-six works by contemporary Japanese potters, artists of first rank in their field whom the government recognizes as masters of traditional craft techniques. One highlight of the exhibit is three works by the late Shoji Hamada, an internationally renowned potter and pioneer of Japans modern ceramics scene.