Ground TORU HATSUTA Exhibition


[Notice of postponement of special exhibition]

We apologize for the inconvenience, but in view of the spread of the new coronavirus infection, this exhibition has been postponed.
We apologize for the inconvenience to everyone who was looking forward to it, but we appreciate your understanding.
We will monitor the situation and notify you of any postponed dates. Thank you for your continued support. 2020.04.01

During this exhibition, business days are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

We will be holding a solo exhibition "Ground" by bamboo craft artist Toru Hatsuda.
Mr. Hatsuda's works make us feel the supple curves of bamboo that reveal its vitality and the many layers of time that have passed through it.
In this exhibition, we will be introducing tea utensils from Nodate, as well as soot bamboo tea scoops, sweets cutters, and flower baskets.
Please take a look at Toru Hatsuda, who continues to maintain his focus on his origins while moving back and forth between tradition and modernity.

I also want people to see my work.

But right now, I just want to see beautiful bamboo and beautiful flowers.
A vessel for flowers, a utensil for tea, and my heart exists for that purpose.

This is the normal order.
Return the top and bottom, which tend to turn upside down, to keep them equally flat.

Ground for that purpose.

Toru Hatsuda


✏︎ TORU HATSUTA / TORU HATSUTA While imitating traditional bamboo crafts and aesthetics, he creates works that give a sense of "modern" time, focusing on everyday utensils, tea utensils, and modeling work.
Selected for the East Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition, and his work ``Sensuji Moriki'' is collected at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.


Artist in the gallery day
4.16 thu. / 4.18 sat. / 4.19 sun. / 4.25 sat. / 4.26 sun. all day

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