Kuriki Tatsusuke: Retrospective

 Kuriki Tatsusuke: Retrospective
Kuriki Tatsusuke,
   Yellow Vase with Overlapping Design,
   Triangular Pattern
, 1992,
   The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
 This is the first retrospective of Kuriki Tatsusuke (1943-2013), who studied under Tomimoto Kenkichi at Kyoto City University of Arts and was greatly influenced by the genuius of contemporary pottery, Kamoda Shoji. Kuriki created a stir in the world of contemporary pottery through his three-dimensional work backed by his solid skills. The retrospective features Kuriki's work and his career from his early period until his later years.

List of Works
Kuriki Tatsusuke: Retrospective

Exhibition dates
August 28 (Fri.) - September 27 (Sun.), 2015
Closed on Mondays
Exception: Open on September 21 (Mon.)

9:30AM–5:00PM (admission until 4:30PM)

The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

  Day of admission Advance Group (20 or more)
Adult 900 700 600
University students 500 350 250
High school students
and younger

*Collection gallery is available with this ticket.
* Visitors with disability and one person accompanying them are
 admitted free of charge.(Please present certificate at the admission.)
*Advance tickets are available for a limited period only.

Related events
   Lecture: "Trajectory of Kuriki Tatsusuke"
   Matsubara Ryuichi (Chief curator, the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto)
   Date & Time: September 12 (Sat.) 2:00PM-3:30PM
   (numbered tickets distributed 11:00AM at the information desk.)
   Place: 1F Lecture hall
   Fee: Free Admission, maximum capacity 100
   in Japanese only

Publicity materials
flyer PDF(0.4MB)


Other Museum
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo 2015/10/8 (Thu.) - 12/13 (Sun.)

Top of this page