``Reconsidering Sodeisha: The era when avant-garde ceramics were born'' is being held at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto until Sunday, September 24th.
It examines Sodeisha in three periods, and you can see exhibits of works by artists who participated in Sodeisha during each period, as well as slides of materials. I felt that the exhibition focused not only on the appreciation of the works of art, but also on the history and background that led to the creation of those works.
Because of my job, I thought Sodeisha was famous around the world, but I was surprised to see that it wasn't that well known in my hometown of Kyoto.
This exhibition is very valuable. Do not miss it.
There are three works by Kazuo Yagi that you can take photos of.
Speaking of Kazuo Yagi...I uploaded "Moon" instead of "Mr. Samsa's Walk".
“The Soudeisha Group: An Era Born Out of Avant-garde Ceramics” is being held at The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto through September 24 (Sun.).
The exhibition examines The Soudeisha by dividing it into three periods, and exhibits works by the artists who participated in The Soudeisha during each period, as well as slides of their materials. I felt that the exhibition focused not only on the artworks, but also on the history and background of the artists who created them.
As the person who is working in the art field and know there are a lot of fans of Soudeisha all over the world, it is quite surprising to find out that The Soudeisha is not so well known in Kyoto.
This is a very valuable exhibition. Don't miss it.
The works that are allowed to be photographed are three works by YAGI Kazuo.
I chose "Moon" instead of the famous "Mr.Samsa's Walk"