Artworks exhibited at TOUCH Ceramics:

Limited artworks are still available for collection, contact us for viewing.

Ogata Kamio, a native of the remote island of Hokkaidô, is a self-taught artist who has chosen to specialize in the extremely difficult art of neriage, or marbleized clay. Despite his lack of professional connections, Ogata is rapidly becoming recognized throughout the world for his unrivaled mastery and his works are collected by art museums.

Previous Exhibition at Touch Ceramics

2020  Fa-mular - Highlight of the Month

2020  Time Travellers - Joint Exhibition of Ogata Kamio and Kazunori Ohnaka

Major Awards


1988  Hokkaidō Newspaper Prize, Japan Traditional Art Crafts
New Works Exhibition (also in 1995 and 2005)
1998 Judge Special Prize, Third Mashiko Ceramics
Competition, Tochigi (also in 2000)
2005 East Japan Area Prize, 45th Japan Traditional Art Crafts
New Works Competition
Oribe Silver Prize, Gendai chato-ten, Toki, Gifu
(Contemporary Tea Ceramics Exhibition)
2016 Encouraging Prize, 1st Contemporary Ceramics
Encouraging Prize Exhibition in Hokkaido by Japan
Ceramic Society

Selected Public Collections

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA
Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, WI
Minneapolis Institute of Art, MN
New Orleans Museum of Art, LA
Saint Louis Art Museum, MO


TOUCH Ceramics

Address: Shop 203, 2/F, Block 3 Barrack Block,

Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Rd, Central, Hong Kong

Opening hours: 11am-7pm, Tuesday to Sunday,

Closes on Monday and public holidays

Tel:     2562 9000


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