ARTISTS /  Hiroyuki Yamada

Artworks exhibited at TOUCH Ceramics:

1970         Born in Hyogo Pref., Japan
1992         National Okayama University
1993         Apprenticeship with pottery, Tanba, Japan
1994         Artist-in-residence, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan
1996         Established The Ceramic Studio at Kinose, Shigaraki
2001         Moved to Miyamachi, Shigaraki
2001         Workshop, IW.Conch(F.L. USA)
2004         Workshop, Yeoju, Korea
2005         Workshop, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston USA
2008         Managed the Art Event”Shigaraki ACT 2008″
2008         Managed the Art Event”Shigaraki ACT 2009″
2012          Biwako biennale exhibit(2014)
                  International ceramic Workshop in Yeoju, Korea
2013          Tsuchiyu Arafudo Art Annual exhibition
                  Uttarayan art foundation, India guest artist
2014          Biwako Biennale exhibition
2017         Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Guest artist, Korea

2017         Clayarch Gimhae Museum (invited)

2017   Received the Shiga Prefecture Cultural Prize, Encouragement Award 2017

2018         EKWC(Europe ceramic work center) invited

2019         Jingdezhen International Studio (invited artist)

 

Selected Awards

2017  Received the Shiga Prefecture Cultural Award, Japan

2017     The11th International ceramic Competition Mino, Japan

2010     Selected, Ceramic competition Haghi, Japan

2008    Special Judge’s Award, The 26th Asahi Craft Competition,

             JapanSecond Prize, Itami International Craft Competition, Japan

2007    The 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007 Korea

2006    Selected, Izushi Porcelain Triennale

2005    Selected, The 23th Asahi Craft Competition, Japan

2004    Selected, The 41th Asahi Ceramic Competition, Japan

2003    Special Judge’s Award, Flower Vase Contest,

             JapanFinalist, The 40th Asahi Ceramic Competition,

             JapanFinalist, Taiwan Ceramics Biennale, Taiwan

2000   Gold Prize, The 11th Shumei Award, Japan

1999    Second Prize, Shigaraki Ceramics Competition, Japan

1996    Selected, Takaoka Craft Competition(′98)(′08)
             Selected, Tyoza Biennale, Japan(′03)(′05)

             Selected, Bizen Triennale, Japan

1995    Selected, Tea Bowl competition, Japan

 

Public Collection

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
MIHO MUSEUM, Shigaraki
Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston USA
World Ceramic Center, Yeoju Korea
World Ceramic Center, Icheon Korea
Uttarayan Art Foundation Gujarat , India
Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Korea
EKWC, Holland