Kim Hono little bowl

Artist: Kim Hono, 

Mie, Japan 

Small bowl 

Materials: ceramics 

Size: H110 x W 90 mm 

 

 

“His work is energized and bold in his own way. Hono is inspired by Oribe-Yaki, a movement of art expression in pottery created for tea ceremonies lead by Sen Rikyu in the 15th Century.”
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Born in Aichi, Hono studied and worked in Seto province. His work have received a number of awards and have been exhibited in many established galleries and expos around the world. .
In contrast to more widely known modest Japanese ceramic movements, Oribe is very bold and unique, with avant-garde forms and patterns, as can be seen in Kim’s work. It’s as much a piece of art as it is a functional object.





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