Exhibits

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Upcoming events

    • 07 Sep 2014
    • 2:00 PM
    • 05 Oct 2014
    • 4:00 PM
    • Pucker Gallery, 171 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116

    The Pucker Gallery Presents

    Potter's Talk with ceramic artist
    Miraku Kamei XV, and
    a discussion on Takatori ware with Dr. Andrew L. Maske


    On View

    Now through October 5th

    Pucker Gallery
    171 Newbury Street
    Boston, MA 02116

    To RSVP, please email
    Tory Belin at tory@puckergallery.com




    Dr. Andrew L. Maske specializes in Asian ceramics and ceramics inspired by Asian traditions. He is Associate Professor of Asian Art History at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Maske received a doctorate in Japanese Art History from Oxford University. In 2007 he was a Fulbright Research Fellow in the Beijing University Department of Fine Arts, where he studied contemporary Chinese art ceramics. His book, Potters and Patrons in Edo Period Japan: Takatori Ware and the Kuroda Domain (Ashgate, 2011), provides the most extensive investigation of Takatori ware production history published to date.

    Miraku Kamei XV was born Masahisa Kamei in 1960, the eldest son of Miraku Kamei XIV, master potter of Takatori ware. He completed his university degree in Ceramics at Kyoto Saga University of Arts, and took the title of the fifteenth generation in 2001. Mr. Kamei has been carrying on the tradition of Takatori ware for more than thirty years. In addition to exhibiting and promoting Takatori ware around Japan, he is an active teacher, training students in ceramics at a number of institutions around his home city of Fukuoka. He is also president of the Fukuoka/Hakata branch of the Japan Ceramics Association and a member of numerous arts organizations.

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