|Product Name||Fukami: Purity Of Form|
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|Long Description||Born in Kyoto in 1947, Fukami Sueharu belongs to a generation of ceramic artists in postwar Japan who devoted themselves to the creation of sculptural ceramics, free from traditional forms. He is internationally known for his polished, razor-sharp, minimalist porcelain sculptures with elegant pale bluish glaze inspired by Chinese porcelains of the 10th to 14th centuries. He can be considered the most successful living Japanese artist working in any medium. Fukami: Purity of Form presents a comprehensive account of Fukami's artistic career, incorporating his entire oeuvre. Andreas Marks is the director of the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture, Hanford, California. Other contributors include Louise Cort, Alice and Halsey North, Hans Bjarne Thomsen, Patricia Vollum, and Cora Wurmell.|
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