Hitomi Hosono is primarily known for her intricate, lace-like porcelain sculptures which can be seen in private and public collections around the world. However, her playfully expressive manga work is now taking centre-stage at a new exhibition at the British Museum. A global phenomenon, manga are Japanese comics or graphic novels and Hitomi grew […]
16 March – 24 March 2019 Maastricht Exhibition & Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands Adrian Sassoon will present a curated selection of ceramics, metalwork, glass, hardstone and jewellery. Two highlight pieces that we are taking to TEFAF Maastricht this year are: JUNKO MORI Uncontrollable Beauty; Cloud Tanka, 2018 Forged Fine silver 999, 12,035g Height 55cm […]
In this landmark show at the John Curtin Gallery, Pippin Drysdale is exhibiting a large body of works that mainly consists of groupings of ceramic ‘marbles’. These amorphic forms are inspired by the striking rock formations in the Karlu Karlu ‘Devil’s Marbles Conservation Reserve – a sacred Aboriginal site in the central Northern territory of […]
We are excited to announce that Hitomi Hosono has a large work titled A Very Large Nazuna Vase on display at London’s newly opened Japan House. Japan House presents the very best of Japanese art, design, gastronomy, innovation, and technology. At the beautifully designed space on Kensington High Street there is an exhibition gallery, Japanese […]
Form & Transform – in his most ambitious exhibition to date, Eden has created a collection of new pieces responding to objects from Waddesdon’s collections, bringing their stories into the 21st century and displaying them in a theatrical setting.
Gold is scarce, splendid and desired. Indeed gold has bewitched people across millennia and borders. Radiant and glowing, gold waits to welcome visitors to Adrian Sassoon’s stand at TEFAF Spring 2018 where exceptional works of art made from or incorporating this most prized and precious metal will be on view. Highlights of Sassoon’s presentation include […]
C’est le bouquet! celebrates seventeen ceramic artists who are inspired by flowers and use their motifs in their designs. Hitomi Hosono has created twelve beautiful, new pieces specifically for this exhibition which draw on all her favourite floral themes.