Japanese Kôgei

An Exhibition of Japanese Kôgei by Five Ippodo Artists

October 21, 2015 - November 28, 2015
Shinya Yamamura

Kôgei art springs from detailed technique and genuine internal soul.
In honor of our artists’ participation in the Japanese Kôgei Future Forward exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design, Ippodo will be presenting the newest works by our five exhibiting artists at the Museum: Yuki Hayama, Harumi Noguchi, Toshio Ohi, Kohei Nakamura and Shinya Yamamura.

Exhibiting artists:

Shinya Yamamura
Harumi Noguchi
Toshio Ohi
Kohei Nakamura
Yuki Hayama

Click to watch the film of each artist's process of making!

The Process of Making a Lacquer Piece by Shinya Yamamura

The Process of Etsuke (painting) on Porcelain by Yuki Hayama

The Process of Making a Ceramic Piece by Harumi Noguchi


For further visuals and information, contact Shoko Aono at + 1 212. 967. 4899| shoko@ippodogallery.com


Open by appointment 7 days a week, we will be closed from November 2 to 12 due to participation in SOFA Chicago.

Mother-of-Pearl Tea Container
SY-1-2015
Shinya Yamamura
Mother-of-Pearl Tea Container
C14910
Shinya Yamamura
Karasu-tengu (Crow-faced Demon)
B14909AK
Harumi Noguchi
Yatagarasu, Great Crow
B13705
Harumi Noguchi
Inoshishi, Wild Boar
B13691
Harumi Noguchi
Amenosagume
B13696
Harumi Noguchi
Tora-no-doji
B13701
Harumi Noguchi
Komainu (Guardian dog)
B14815
Harumi Noguchi
Karasu, Great Crow
C14846
Harumi Noguchi
Douji ( Child )
B14912
Harumi Noguchi
Tea bowl, O-Ido style
C12952
Kohei Nakamura
Celadon tea bowl
C11965
Kohei Nakamura
Tea bowl, Ido style
C14850
Kohei Nakamura
Tea bowl, Ido style
C14851
Kohei Nakamura
Tea bowl, Ido style
C14852
Kohei Nakamura
Singh Incense Burner
C11504AP
Yuki Hayama
Deers Calling Tea Bowl
C 11778P
Yuki Hayama
Ohi White Tea Bowl with copper glaze
C14811
Chozaemon (Toshio) Ohi XI
Ohi tea bowl
C14810
Chozaemon (Toshio) Ohi XI
Ohi tea bowl
C14813
Chozaemon (Toshio) Ohi XI