Takeshi Yamaguchi

Works

Information

  • Categories
    Ceramic
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Associate member, Japan Kogei Association

Career

  • 1951
    Born in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture1975:Graduated from the School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
  • 1977
    Studied ceramics under MAKINO Shinzo in Azumino City
  • 1978
    Studied Takatori-yaki under ONIMARU Setsuzan in Fukuoka Prefecture
  • 1985
    Became independent and established the Enshu Tenryu-yaki Gogama kiln
  • 1987
    Selected for the 9th Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  • Selected for the 18th Tokai Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1988
    Selected for the 19th Tokai Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition. Held a 3-man Exhibition at the Shizuoka Matsuzakaya
  • 1989
    Selected for the 20th Tokai Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • Selected for the 9th Fugaku Cultural Award Exhibition
  • 2002
    Part-time lecturer at the Shizuoka University of Art and Culture
  • 2008
    Selected for the Tokai Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2009
    Selected for the 56th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2012
    Selected for the 59th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • Solo exhibitions
    Solo exhibition at Gallery Kuwano, Ginza
    Solo exhibition at Gallery Touka, Shizuoka
    Solo exhibition titled “Camellia and Vases Exhibition” at Nagano Mitsukoshi
    Solo exhibition at Kashiwagi Gallery, Shinjuku
    Solo exhibition at Gallery Kira, Ginza
    Solo exhibition at Yamaha Gallery, Kichijoji
    Solo exhibition at Shizuoka Matsuzakaya
    Solo exhibition at Tenjingura Gallery, Hamamatsu
    Solo exhibition at Shizuoka Seibu Department Store
    Solo exhibition at Gallery mai , Nishi-Azabu
    Solo exhibition at Kakiden Gallery, Shinjuku

    Others
    Produced the memorabilia for the Urasenke Tankokai Tokai Branch Convention
    Produced the memorabilia for the Urasenke Western Shizuoka Exchange
    Produced 4 types of containers for the Sukiyabashi Jiro Sushi Restaurant, Roppongi

Award

  • 2010:Received the Ando Award at the Tokai Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition