Mingei of Japan at the Mingei International Museum
It probably isn't a surprise that the Mingei museum has a fantastic collection of Mingei artifacts. This included a number of recent acquisitions. The exhibit was curated by the museum's director, Rob Sidner.
Soetsu Yanagi’s writings are on the walls. He, along with Shoji Hamada and Kawai Kawai Kanjiro, are the fathers of the Japanese Mingei movement.
Soetsu is also the father of Sori Yanagi. Here is baby Sori in 1915.
Ceramics by Shoji Hamada
Hamada, Bernard Leach, Soetsu Yanagi, and Marguerite Wildenhain at Black Mountain College, 1952
Source: American Craft Council
Kawai Kanjiro. I went to his house, here.
Nakashima table and chairs flanked by Sori Yanagi lamps, stool, and teapot.
Mingei of Japan runs until October 2, 2016
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