Yoshikawa Masamichi

[ jpn ]

Solo Exhibitions

2013
- Galerie Ligne Treize, Geneva, Switzerland

2012
- Takashimaya Art Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
- Jam Factory Galleries, Adelaide, Australia
- Kunstforum Solothurn, Solothurn, Switzerland

2011
- 'Toushiko Part II,' Chigasaki City Museum of Art, Kanagawa, Japan
- Loes & Reinier International Ceramics, Deventer, Netherlands

2010
- Beaux Arts Bath, Bath, England
- 'Toushiko,' Kazenosawa Gallery, Miyagi, Japan

2009
- 'Structured Elegance,' Joan B Mirviss Ltd., New York, USA and Takashimaya Art Gallery, Nagoya, Japan

2008
- Water of Life, Compagnie de la Chine et des Indes, Paris, France

2007
- Beaux Arts Bath, Bath, England

2006
- Takashimaya Art Gallery, Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan
- Contemporary Art Muse Ise, Ise City, Mie, Japan

2005
- Ceramic mural installation in The Chûbu International Airport at Gallery CEPICA, Tokoname, Japan
- Maruei Art Gallery, Nagoya, Japan

2004
- Gallery Kuranonaka, Nagoya, Japan

2003
- Gallery B15, Munich, Germany
- Gallery Aruigs, Tokyo, Japan
- Takashimaya Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2002
- Gallery Kukansya Shirako, Tokyo, Japan
- Gallery NAF, Nagoya, Japan

2000
- Gallery Ten, Fukuoka, Japan
- Gallery Antenne, Kanagawa, Japan

1999
- A New Sensation of Ceramics, Inaugural Exhibition, INAX Tile Museum, Tokoname, Japan
- Akasaka Green Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
- Gallery Hirawata, Shonan, Kanagawa, Japan

1998
- Gallery Vieux-Bourg, Lausanne, Switzerland

1997
- Takashimaya Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1996
- Gallery B15, Munich, Germany

1994
- Akasaka Green Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1993
- Takashimaya Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Group Exhibitions

2012
- Group Show, Erskine, Hall & Coe, London, UK

2011
- Rosemarie Jager, Galerie im Kelterhaus Hochheim, Frankfurt, Germany

2009
- Summer Exhibition, Galerie Besson, London, UK

2008 – 2009
- The Dauer Collection, California State University, Sacramento, USA

2006
- Contemporary Clay: Japanese ceramics for the new century, Japan Society, New York, USA
- Tôji: Avant-Garde et Tradition de la Céramique Japonaise, Musée national de la céramique, Sèvres, France
- SOFA Art Fair, New York, USA
- White Gold Exhibition, London, UK

2005
- Fascination of Ceramics, Masterpieces of Modern Japanese Pottery from the Gisela Freudenberg Collection, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
- Contemporary Clay: Japanese ceramics for the new century, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, USA
- Pots Symposium, Czech Republic
- New Sense Series of Ceramic Artist 50, Chubu International Airport Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
- France and Japan International Ceramic Art Exhibition, Gallery Kyoei-Gama, Tokoname, Japan

2004
- The Seradon Exhibition,' Hand Work Center, Munich, Germany

2003
- Le Seladon, Bernard Foundation, Limoges, France
- 'Contemporary Master Ceramists of Western Japan,' Ibaragi Ceramic Art Museum, Kasama, Japan

2002
- The 6th International Ceramics Competition, Mino, Japan

2001
- SOFA Art Fair, New York, USA

2000
- NHK Yakimono Tanbô (Ceramic Journey) Exhibition, Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
- Collection of Rudolf Strasser, State Museum, Kreuzgang, Germany
- UTUWA, Thoughts on Contemporary Vessels, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
- Keramik Veje 2000, Copenhagen, Denmark
- SOFA Art Fair, New York, USA

1999
- SOFA Art Fair, New York, USA

1997
- Invited to Cup Symposium, Teperitza, Czech Republic

1996
- Invited to IRIS, International Ceramics Seminar, Porvoo, Finland
- International Academy of Ceramics Exhibition, Nagoya and Saga, Japan

1995
- Japanese Art & Craft Show, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK

Public Collections

- American Craft Museum, New York, USA
- Ariana Ceramic Art Museum, Geneva, Switzerland
- Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
- Chubu International Airport, Nagoya, Japan
- The Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, USA
- Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany
- Incheon World Ceramic Center, Incheon, Korea
- International Technical Research and Training Center of Toyota Monument, Japan
- Ito Memorial Museum, Izu, Japan
- Japan Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
- Keramik Museum, Westerwalds, Germany
- Kestner Museum, Hanover, Germany
- Landes Holstein Museum, Germany
- Musée National de la Céramique, Sèvres, France
- Museum of Arts and Design, New York, USA
- Neuwe Sabulon Museum, Munich, Germany
- Nyon Porcelain Museum, Switzerland
- Prague Crafts Museum, Prague, Czech Republic
- Porvoo City Art Museum, Finland
- Sugie Duck Ltd., Tokyo Branch, Japan
- Tokoname City Museum, Tokoname, Japan
- Vallauris Ceramic Museum, France
- Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England
- Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

Awards

2006
- The Aichi Prefecture Arts and Culture Prize

2004
- Grand Prize, 2nd Taiwan International Ceramics Biennale

2003
- Judge's Prize, World Ceramic Biennale, Korea

2002
- Gold Medal, Vallauris International Biennale of Contemporary Ceramics

2001
- Bronze Medal, World Ceramic Biennale, Korea

2000
- Grand Prize, Izushi Porcelain Triennale Competition, Hyogo, Japan

1999
- Grand Prize, Sapporo Art Park Craft Competition, Hokkaido, Japan

1998
- Gold Medal, Kunst-Messe München (Munich International Art and Craft Exhibition)

1992
- 2nd prize, Nyon Porcelain Triennale, Nyon, Switzerland

1983
- Grand Prize, Asahi Contemporary Craft Competition, Tokyo, Japan

1981
- Grand Prize, Asahi Contemporary Ceramic Competition, Nagoya, Japan

1972
- Grand Prize, 3rd International Ceramics Festival, Vallauris, France
- The Chôza Prize, The Chôza Ceramic Exhibition

1971
- Fine Art Award, Asahi Ceramics Competition, Tokyo, Japan

Education & Professions

1984
- Became a member of International Academy of Ceramics

1975
- Established own kiln

1968
- Graduate from The Japanese Design Academy
- Moved to Tokoname. Studied under Sugie Junpei

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