Shozo Michikawa

In 1978, Michikawa moved to Seto, the ancient city of potters, swapping the stresses of corporate culture for classes in pottery. Establishing his own kiln and studio in 1981, he is renowned for his performative processes. In 2005, he became the first Japanese artist to be given a solo exhibition inside Beijing’s Forbidden City.

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The split Wood Became a Cup II
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