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Radical Koie Ryoji White Tamba Ceramic Dish

Radical Koie Ryoji White Tamba Ceramic Dish


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Slabs of clay overlap forming the surface of this table or tray by Koie Ryoji enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Ashi Tsuki Shiro Tamba Kazane Nobezara (Layered White Tamba Elongated Dish with Legs) dating circa 2006. It is 37 x 33 x 10 cm (14-1/2 x 13 x 4 inches) and in excellent condition. It would make an interesting table/tray for serving Japanese Sake or for a flower display.
Koie Ryoji, was born in Tokoname in 1938 and graduated the Tokoname industrial school before moving on to work at a tile factory in 1957, where he would lose two fingers in an industrial accident. Faced with this handicap, he entered the City Ceramics Research Facility in 1962 where he furthered his studies and his unique style began to coagulate. In 1966 he established his own studio. By the early 70s his work was garnering attention overseas and he has since been largely displayed and prized, he was most recently awarded the Japan Ceramic Society Gold Award in 2008, the most prestigious of pottery prizes in Japan. Work by him is held in the collections of the National Museums of Modern Art in both Tokyo and Kyoto, Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Idemitsu Museum, The Museum of Fine Art in Gifu, Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Seoul Museum of Art in Korea, and the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia among many other public and private collections.