Makoto Hatori is an internationally recognized Japanese contemporary ceramic artist. His work with ceramics is innovative in that he combines the centuries-old ceramic heritage of pottery used in Japan and infuses his work with modern techniques. Japanese ceramic art is based heavily in tradition, and the work of Makoto Hatori often seeks to challenge those traditions by creating art through ceramics that are meant to be thought-provoking works of art and not simply functional pieces meant for practical purposes. (eHOW.co.uk)

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2017 Hungary

" Non-color ; Otherness (05-28-1) "

(w)125.0 – (d)45.0 – (h)16.0 cm

Handbuilt stoneware elements assembled over some threaded iron rod, non glaze with slip, silicon tube, iron rod and epoxy, electric kiln, fired 1250 degrees C. in reduction. Consists of 3 pieces, mixed media.

The 5th International Triennial of Silicate Arts, Organized by the Foundation for Contemporary Ceramic Arts, Hungary. The exhibition of the 5th International Triennial of Silicate Arts, was held from 3 September to 30 September 2017 in the Kecskemét Cultural and Conference Centre.

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