Enjoy code: 384618
Adult, Elderly, Youth
Ceramics , Contemporary , Crafts , Visual art
Shōji Hamada: A Japanese Potter in Ditchling captures a key moment in early 20th-century art and craft – a collaboration and consolidation between East and West, and the emergence of the studio pottery movement. It brings together significant works from 5 public UK collections by Shōji Hamada, Bernard Leach, William Staite Murray, Martin Brothers, O Kenzan VI, Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie and many more eminent figures in both the Mingei and studio pottery movements.
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