2008年10月24日

Forms in Succession

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Greetings from Kansai! Firstly, my apologies are extended to all our friends who have been anticipating new (and more frequent) posts on this blog. It's an impossibility for me to write in tepid brevity, and leisurely entries are becoming increasingly difficult to procure when time is short. However, I hope to up the ante come this November (as hope itself is an illimitable oasis).

Just a short note today to remind those who haven't seen the Nagae Shigekazu exhibition to jump on the nearest train and rush over to Yufuku, as the show is coming to a close tomorrow and Nagae-san himself (one of the most serene and humble artists I've had the pleasure of meeting), will be there 'til the end. Please do say hello. His white Seto porcelain works are genuinely inspiring, and the artist's fans include not only collectors, critics and museum curators but many, many artists including Kishi Eiko, among others. Abstract porcelain works are rare, and Nagae-san's works are a triumph of both imagination and technique.

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From eastern skies,

Wahei Aoyama 青山和平
Toku Art Limited

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