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Contemporary Ceramics, Photographs, and Woodcuts of Japan

January 09 – February 01, 1963

Hideo Hagiwara | Hatsu Maki | Hiroaki Morino | Koshiro Onzi | Kiyoshi Saito | Takumi Shinagawa | F. Ueda | Harrie A. Vanderstappen | Hodaka Yoshida | Masaji Yoshida
Contributors to the Exhibition

HIROAKI MORINO, Visiting Instructor in Ceramics, Department of Art, University of Chicago. Graduate and member of the faculty of the Kyoto College of Fine Arts, Horiaki Morino has taught ceramics a Midway Studios since March 1962, where the sculpture and pottery in this exhibition were made and fired. In 1960 Mr. Marino won the Grand Prize and Hokuto Prize in the pottery section of the Nitten Japan Fine Arts Exhbitions, and Grand Prize in the Kyoto City Exhbition. He has exhibited widely in Japan.

The Reverend HARRIE A VANDERSTAPPEN, S.V.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University of Chicago. During the years 1955-1959, when he taught at Nanzan University in Nagoya, and in the summer of 1961, Father Vanderstappen made thousands of photographs in Japan; from these he selected the group on exhibit.

GUNHILD HOSELITZ has formed an extensive collection of prints during the past several years, with particular emphasis on the contemporary Japanese woodcut.

Text from the exhibition brochure.


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