10 mars 2015
Dai Ichi Arts, 'The Grandeur of Japanese Ceramics: From Tea Ware to Sculpture' at Asia Week New York 2015
Osamu Suzuki. Vessel, 1960. 10.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches. Dai Ichi Arts at Asia Week New York 2015 Goro Suzuki (b. 1941). Oribe Box. Japan, 2012. Ceramic. 11 x 10.75 inches. Dai Ichi Arts at Asia Week New York 2015 Shigemasa Higashida. Large Platter. 2014. 3.5 x 37 x 11.5 inches. Dai Ichi Arts at Asia Week New York 2015 Dai Ichi Arts. email@example.com – www.daiichiarts.com
27 juillet 2014
Lulu Fichter, Peterborough, NH; ceramic. Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. 'I have found that living and working in the space between clay’s opposites to be a challenge that continues to motivate me. Clay is cool and moist yet requires the fiery heat of the kiln. It's soft and malleable yet rigid and brittle. Clay is inert and inorganic, a mixture of silicas and aluminas, yet it is also in some ways alive and unpredictable. Whether throwing, pinching, slicing, piercing or embossing, the sensual feel of the porcelain enhances... [Lire la suite]
18 juillet 2014
Michelle Erickson, Valentine 2013, ceramic. Lacoste Gallery Valentine 2013 is inspired by the archeological discovery of a Neolithic couple embracing excavated on February 14th 2007. The work is a part of a larger series I call “Potters Field” that was part of the premise of my recent residency at the Victoria and Albert. This series emphasizes the life cycles of form and function as they relate to fashion and design- the backbones of world ceramic history- a body of knowledge that is also the history of us.
25 septembre 2012
An Annamese blue and white ceramic dish, 16th century. Photo Bonhams Encircled by an unglazed mouth rim, the wide shallow dish decorated in concentric rings of stylized floral motifs surrounding a central well covered in a roundel of a single leafy bloom, the exterior walls adorned by a large stylized lotus petal band; all supported by a raised foot encircling the recessed base painted in an iron-oxide wash (degradation to the glaze, old chip to rim). 14in (36cm) diameter. Estimate: US$ 1,200 - 1,500 / £750 -... [Lire la suite]
01 août 2012
Northern Iran. Beak - spouted Gray Ware Pot, circa 1350-1000 B.C. Vessel; Ceramic, Dark-gray burnished ware.
01 août 2012
Northern Iran, possibly from the Rudbar valley or Amlash. Spouted Bowl with Juglets, circa 1350-800 B.C.
Northern Iran, possibly from the Rudbar valley or Amlash. Spouted Bowl with Juglets, circa 1350-800 B.C. Vessel; Ceramic, Dark orange ware
01 août 2012
Western Iran. Pottery Vessel in the Form of Ram, 1350-800 B.C. Ceramic.
11 juillet 2011
Very Fine Ancient Celadon Ceramic Bowl. Vietnam, circa 1500. Pale celadon glaze. Hand potted clay in bowl. Height 3.4 cm - Diameter 6.9 cm - 52 g. Good condition. Price realised : environ 118,52 EUR Provenance: Excavated by native people from old village site in Makassar, Sulawesi. Private collection of Rick Bennet Two Antique Blue & White Medicine Jars. Vietnam, circa 1500. Hand worked clay with under glaze blue painting. Traditional foliate motifs. Firing faults to one end some wear to The other is rim.... [Lire la suite]
08 juin 2011
Tripode recipient. Vietnam, 1st - 3rd century AD. © Galerie Christophe Hioco ceramic. Height: 9 inches. Price: $3,900.00 This tripode recipient in enamelled ceramic was probably a domestic object and shows a very peculiar shape which could be find in similar bronze objects stemming from China. This type of recipient is particularly rare in the Vietnamese pottery of the beginning of our Era. Such a bowl thus constitutes a valuable witness of the considerable influence of China on Vietnam. Its perfect state of preservation... [Lire la suite]
08 juin 2011
Small recipient with a cover. Vietnam, 14th-15th century. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Detail: close-up view. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Detail: opened. © Galerie Christophe Hioco Ceramic. 15 x 14 cm; 5 3/4 x 6 inches. Price: $2,600.00 7th BRUSSELS ORIENTAL ART FAIR. June 8th - 12th, 2011. Christophe Hioco. Asian Art. 12, rue de Penthièvre 75008 Paris - France. Tel: +33 (1) 53 30 09 65 - Fax: +33(1) 72 70 33 28 - Belgian mobile: +32 470 59 48 32 - Email: // firstname.lastname@example.org - Website: www.galeriehioco.com