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The Philosophy of Oribe

16th February 2023 ‘The Philosophy of Oribe’ An exploration of the life and times of Furuta Oribe as influencer to 450 years of ceramic expression Makoto Yamaguchi is a 6th generation artist born in Seto, Japan in 1978.  He is son to the  late 5th generation ceramic artist Masafumi Yamaguchi thereby inheriting a ceramic legacy that str... View Full Article

Kodai Ujiie 氏家昂大 | Japanese Vanguard | A Solo Exhibition

15th April 2022 We are thrilled to announce that we will be giving Kodai Ujiie his first solo exhibition outside of Japan this coming July.  A breathtaking pioneer of form, surface and technique, Ujiie san is a talent that deserves the highest praise.  His conscious search for challenging irregularities within recognisable forms with rippled, undulating ... View Full Article

Premium Sake Ware Release - Coming Soon

4th April 2022 We are excited to let you know that we will be releasing a collection of premium sake wares from Japan in the coming weeks. With work from 9 Japanese artists personally curated by the Gallery's director of Japanese works, Howard Clegg, it will be a rare opportunity to view and purchase works from acclaimed makers across many traditions, variations ... View Full Article

Welcome to our new website!

7th March 2022 Welcome to our new website, we hope that those familiar with our old website will notice many improvements in terms of ease of use, online purchasing, layout and interactivity.   New features include: Search functionality.  You can now search for anything that might help you discover your next favourite piece of art.  An... View Full Article

The Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

7th March 2022 We're delighted to be attending the Spring Edition of The Affordable Art Fair again this year at Battersea where you'll be able to find us on Stand I 3.   We'll be showing new paintings by Stephen Lavis, Anna Hymas, Zoe Taylor, Philip Lyons, John Harmer, Jo Taylor, David Storey and new bronze sculpture by Nichola Theakston and Antonio Lopez Re... View Full Article