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..foco .. maldito seja!

..foco .. maldito seja!

YAGI KAZUŌ (1918-79) was the central figure and spokesman for the Sōdeisha group that was founded in 1948 and revolutionized the idea of ceramics in Japan.  While focused on “objets” that were neither purely sculptural nor functional, he respected utility and incorporated the western aesthetics of artists such as Paul Klee and Joan Miro into his distinctly Japanese forms.  Yagi became the standard bearer of this field and revolutionized the perception of ceramics in postwar Japan through…

Yagi Kazuo Asymmetrical rounded vessel with brushed black designs Haru no neko (Spring cat) Glazed stoneware; With original signed box 7 x 9 x 9 in.


Kang Hyo Lee Puncheong Flat Bottle (A Waterfall) 2012 x 7 x 15 inches Glazed ceramic Contemporary Ceramics