Sake cup 1 by Kosuke Kaneshige

Sake cup 1 by Kosuke Kaneshige

Sake cup 1 by Kosuke Kaneshige

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1943 Born in Imbe, Bizen City as the third son of Living National Treasure Toyo Kaneshige
1968 Graduated from Department of Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
1970 Graduated from the Department of Sculpture at the same graduate school
1975 Began exhibiting ceramic works
1977 Returned to Bizen after working as a lecturer at the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Tokai University
1982 Built a kiln in Koto, Bizen City
1988 Invited to submit to the 1st Suntory Museum Grand Prize Exhibition
1991 Produced ceramic sculpture (Miyazaki Village, Fukui Prefecture)
Ceramic wall [light and wind] production (Okayama Sompo Japan Building)
1992 Invited to submit to 100 selections of Japanese ceramic art "now" exhibition (Paris)
"Ceramic, Kosuke Kaneshige" published by Kyoto Shoin
1995 Participated in the exhibition “Ceramics of the Present – ​​Transmitting Vessels” (Tokyo/Kyoto)
1997 Ceramic wall “Light, Wind and Sea” (Sakura Pier, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture)
1999 Invited to submit to the 100 Selections of Japanese Crafts "Now" Exhibition (Paris)
2000 Invited to submit to the exhibition "Seeing Utsuwa -Crafts Living in Life" (Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo)
2003 Invited to submit to Contemporary Ceramic Art Exhibition (Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum)
Invited to submit to the 2nd Gyeonggi World Ceramics Biennale (Korea)
2005 Solo exhibition (New York)
Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Art Exhibition (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

Dimensions: Diameter 6.3cm Height 6.5cm
Box: Shared box

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