ARTISTS / Masayuki Uraguchi

浦口雅行Masayuki Uraguchi

1964              Born in Tokyo, Japan

1987              Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Ceramics

1989              Completed Graduate School, Tokyo University of the Arts

1993              Awarded Newcomer's Prize, Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition

1995              Selected, Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition

1996              Conducted research on Southern Song official kilns and Longquan kilns in Zhejiang Province, China

1997              Selected, Japan Traditional Craft Exhibition

1998              Purchased by the Japan Foundation and 「Japanese Pottery-The Rising Generation from Traditional 

Japanese Kilms」exhibited in Argentina, Colombia, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Peru, Brazil and other countries

2002              Awarded Special Prize, Ibaraki Art Exhibition, Japan

2006              Appeared in NHK BS2 "Challenge to the Blue of the Universe".

2009              Awarded the Commemorative Prize at the 80th Anniversary of Ibaraki Craft Association

2011               Held "Celadon, Masayuki Uraguchi Exhibition 2011 REIMEI" in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of Ibaraki Shimbun.

2013               Held "Trajectory of Blue, Masayuki Uraguchi Exhibition" at Joyo Arts Center Foundation

2014               Exhibited at the exhibition "Celadon: From the Southern Song Dynasty to the Present Day" at the Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

2015               Exhibited at ART FAIR TOKYO 2015

2018               Exhibited at "German Ceramic Art Exhibition of the German-Japanese Society Karlsruhe-Ibaraki Craft Association", Museum of Art, Ettlingen Castle, Germany

2018               Exhibited at "The Age of Blue: Contemporary Japanese Celadon", Mashiko Ceramic Art Museum, Tochigi, Japan

2018               Exhibited at ART FAIR TOKYO 2018

2019               Exhibited at Joan B Mirviss LTD 2019 Collectors Tour New York to Ibaraki

2019               Exhibited at the British Ceramics Biennial

2020              Exhibited at "Dignified! SEIJI HAKUJI" at Shizuoka Ceramic Art of Museum

2020              Produced a celadon ceramic wall "The Sun of the Land of Everlastingness" 


 

【Selected Solo Exhibition】

MITSUKOSHI(Nihonbashi Main Store,Sapporo,Niigata,Fukuoka,Hiroshima)

TAKASHIMAYA(Osaka,Kyoto,Gifu,Okayama,Yonago)

TOBU(Utsunomiya)

TENMAYA(Takamatsu,Hiroshima,Kurashiki,Fukuyama)

DAIWA(Toyama,Nagaoka,Takaoka)

DAIMARU(Shimonoseki,Imabari)

KEISEI(Mito) 

MARUEI(Nagoya)

MATSUZAKAYA(Nagoya,Yamagata)

UENO department store(Utsunomiya)

TOKYU(Nagano)

TOKIWA(Oita)

TSURUYA(Kumamoto)

ICHIHATA (Matsue)

SAIKAYA(Fujisawa,Yokosuka)

ONUMA(Yamagata,Yonezawa)

MARUHIRO(Kawagoe)

KEIO(Shinjyuku)

SUZURAN(Takasaki)

TOKYO ART FAIR Houzandou booth(Tokyo International Forum)

TOKYO Art Club TOUBI Art Fair Kanazawa Bijyutu Booth

Joyo Arts Senter, FUJINOYA(Sano), KANDA KOKOU, Gallery MOE,  Gallery ZEN(Guest Hall of Manpukuji Temple), TSUKAMOTO(Mashiko), GALLERY  YOYO(Kasama)

SOGO SEIBU Takanawa-kai(Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa),  Matsuyama Himegin Hall           etc 


 

【Selected Collection】

 

Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

New Orleans Museum of Art, USA

Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of Ceramic Art

Rakuusuitei Museum, Toyama, Japan

Hirosawa Art Museum

Sano Toseki Art Museum

Shizuoka Ceramic Art Museum

The Japan Foundation

Japan-Germany Society Karlsruhe

Ishioka City

Tochigi City

Haga Town General Information Center, Tochigi Prefecture

Ceramic Museum, Hasami Town, Nagasaki             etc

 

【Public Art】

Ishioka City Hall, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, celadon porcelain wall, "The Sun in the Land of Everlasting Life".

Ceramic wall "Dream", Daihan Building, Aoyama, Tokyo