【特別企画展】
「リーチと濱田Ⅱ」展 ―益子×セントアイヴス100年祭を記念して―

[Special Exhibition]
Leach and Hamada Exhibition Ⅱ: In memory of the Mashiko & St Ives 100 Years Celebration

濱田庄司[ガレナ釉蓋壺]
濱田庄司記念益子参考館蔵 1922年
リーチポタリーにて制作

“Lidded Jar with Galena Glaze”, Shoji Hamada, 1922 SHOJI HAMADA Memorial Mashiko Sankokan Museum
Made at the Leach Pottery

期間|6月12日(土)〜12月12日(日)

開館時間|9:30〜17:00(入館は30分前まで)

会場|濱田庄司記念益子参考館

休館日|月曜日(祝日の場合は翌日)

入館料|大人800円、中高生400円、小学生以下無料、年間パスポート2,000円(団体料金あり)

お問合せ|濱田庄司記念益子参考館 0285-72-5300

 

リーチと濱田は、リーチポタリーと濱田窯をお互い行き来し、作陶や民芸運動の発展のために励み、両者の海を越えての友情は終生続きました。イギリスと日本で活躍した二人の人生の軌跡を、その作品や影響を受けた品と共に振り返ります。

常設展:濱田の作品及び、濱田が蒐集した世界の工芸品を展示。

 

 

 

2館観覧プレゼント

益子陶芸美術館と濱田庄司記念益子参考館の2つの展示を観覧した方、先着300名様にスリップウェアの陶器のブローチプレゼント

 

【スリップウェアとは】スリップ(泥状の化粧土)技法を用いた陶器。中世のヨーロッパで作られていました。その美に魅せられた濱田とリーチがセントアイヴスにて再現しました。

 

Period: Saturday, June 12th – Sunday, December 12th

Location: SHOJI HAMADA Memorial Mashiko Sankokan Museum

Holidays: Mondays (Tuesdays if Monday falls on a public holiday)

Admission Fee: Adults – 800 yen, Middle/High school students – 400 yen, Elementary school students and younger – Free, Annual Pass – 2,000 yen (Group rates available)

Contact: SHOJI HAMADA Memorial Mashiko Sankokan Museum 0285-72-5300

 

Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada visited each other’s pottery—the Leach Pottery in the UK and Hamada Pottery in Japan—many times during their lifetimes in their pursuit of their passion for pottery art and the development of a folk art movement. They maintained a lifelong friendship. This exhibit reflects on the paths these two successful artists took in their respective countries, their works, and their influence on the artists that looked to them for inspiration. Permanent exhibition: works by Shoji Hamada and craftworks he collected from around the world during his career.

 

 

A present for visiting both museums

 

The first 300 visitors who visit the exhibitions at both the Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art and the SHOJI HAMADA Memorial Mashiko Sankokan Museum will receive a complimentary ceramic slipware brooch.

 

Slipware is a type of pottery which name derives from the slip (a suspension of clay and other minerals) decorating process used to make it. Slipware has been produced in Europe since the Middle Ages. Hamada and Leach were enchanted by the beauty of slipware and revived the style in St Ives.