Ikuya Sagara

A master thatcher based in Ogo-cho, Kobe, Ikuya Sagara brings the tradition of kayabuki grass-weaving into the contemporary art world. An aspiration to become a hyakushō (a person who possesses one hundred skills essential for living) led him to found the artisans’ collective Kusakanmuri. His work has been exhibited across Japan and in the Netherlands.

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Reminiscent Wind
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Invisible
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Wall Vase
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Flower Stand
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Ubu-Suna
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Still Life 'Green Wall and Cracking Vase'
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Still Life 'Fruits on the Dish'
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Composition Rinforzando
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The split Wood Became a Cup I
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Mokume-Gane Tea Container
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Dead Tree
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Tea Bowl
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Fusion 20-11
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