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If you need evidence that ceramics don’t need to have use-value, check out Japanese artist Takuro Kuwata’s latest show of amazing abstract forms at Lower East Side gallery Salon94. In the foreground here, Kuwata uses ‘ishihaze’ or ‘stone explosion’ technique by which he adds stones to his clay, which then erupt during firing. (On view through Oct 24th).Takuro Kuwata, installation view of ‘Dear Tea Bowl’ at Salon94 Freemans, September 2015.

If you need evidence that ceramics don’t need to have use-value, check out Japanese artist Takuro Kuwata’s latest show of amazing abstract forms at Lower East Side gallery Salon94. In the foreground here, Kuwata uses ‘ishihaze’ or ‘stone explosion’ technique by which he adds stones to his clay, which then erupt during firing. (On view through Oct 24th).Takuro Kuwata, installation view of ‘Dear Tea Bowl’ at Salon94 Freemans, September 2015.

Surprise Board: Ben Fiess Utilitarian Ceramic. I like organic, speckled, ceramic glazes.

Surprise Board: Ben Fiess Utilitarian Ceramic. I like organic, speckled, ceramic glazes.

桑田卓郎|Takuro Kuwata|WORKS

桑田卓郎|Takuro Kuwata|WORKS

桑田卓郎- Takuro Kuwata

桑田卓郎- Takuro Kuwata

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎 | Kairagi Shino Bowl (2013) | Artsy

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎 | Kairagi Shino Bowl (2013) | Artsy

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎, 'Untitled,' 2015, Salon 94

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎, 'Untitled,' 2015, Salon 94

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎, Pierre Marie Giraud

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎, Pierre Marie Giraud

Takuro Kuwata

Takuro Kuwata

Takuro Kuwata

Takuro Kuwata

WORKS|桑田卓郎|Takuro Kuwata

WORKS|桑田卓郎|Takuro Kuwata