Katsumi Kako

 

For thsese 2 years Mr.Kako's main theme has been the warn colored decoration on the natural-sand-colored clay. A color of red soil and this simple but strong decoration brings some power. It hints the ancient Japanese JOMON beauty.

 

Kako Katsumi -Ceramic History-

1965 Born in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture
1986 Graduates the Kyoto Saga University of Arts
1988 Prize, Japan Fine Arts Exhibition
  Prize, Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  Prize, Kyoto Fine Arts Exhibition
1989 Prize, Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  Prize, Mino International Ceramic Art Exhibition
  Prize, Kyoto Prefecture Fine Arts and Crafts Exhibition
1990 Prize, Japan Fine Arts Exhibition
1991 Moves kiln from Kyoto to Nishiwaki, Hyogo prefecture
1993 Prize, Ceramic Art Biennial Exhibition
1994 Award of Excellence, Kyoto Crafts Biennial Exhibition
  Japanese Pottery demonstration in Australia
1995 Kinki Prize, Kinki Contemporary Crafts Exhibition
1997 Prize, Asahi Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  Daikakuji Temple Prize, Saga Daikakuji Temple Exhibition
1999 Exhibition, Takashimaya Department Store, Kyoto
2000 Exhibition, Kako's Path, Fujihira's Path
  at Kyoto Artspace Kan, Kyoto
2001 Builds single-chambered wood-firing kiln,
  begins firing of works by wood
2002 Exhibition, Ikebukuro Tobu Department Store,
  Tokyo (also in 2000, 2001,2004)
2003 Exhibition, Gallery Syo, Osaka
2004 Award, Tanabe Museum of Art, Modern Tea Forms Exhibition
  Exhibition, Ikebukuro Tobu Department Store
  Exhibition, Gallery Syo, Osaka
2005 Moves kiln from Nishiwaki to Sasayama
  Prize, Tanabe Museum of Art, Modern Tea Forms Exhibition
  Prize, Japan Fine Arts Exhibition
  Award, Kyoto Fine Arts Exhibition
   

 

 


Small Container with a lucquered wood lid
5.4x5.4xh5.2cm
JPY15,000

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Guinomi

4.9x4.9xh6.9cm

JPY15,000
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Guinomi cup

6.2x5.5xh5.0cm

JPY12,000

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Guinomi cup

5.7x5.5x6.0cm

JPY12,000

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