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morino taimei

morino Taimei

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morino taimei 森野泰明(1934- )

 
 
 

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Morino's work is firmly rooted in the traditions of his native Kyoto, yet his exposure to international art trends during the four years he spent teaching at the University of Chicago in the 1960s and his awareness of more avant-garde Japanese practices both affected his work. Many of his pieces employ the colorful glazes reminiscent of traditional patterns thereby translating that tradition into a new medium. Morino's work continues to combine tradition and innovation while expressing his dedication to the deeply complex concept of modern beauty. 

 

biography

Selected Public Collections:

Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Research Center

Ariana Museum, Geneva, Switzerland

Art Complex Museum, Massachusetts

Aukland Museum, New Zealand

Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama

Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York

Emba Museum of Chinese Modern Art, Hyogo

Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

Japan Foundation, Tokyo

Japan Art Academy

Johnson Art Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Kanazawa Gakuin University, Ishikawa

Kure Municipal Museum of Art, Hiroshima

Kyoto City University of Arts

Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

Kyoto Prefectural Library Museum

Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo

Musee des Decoratifs, Paris

Musee Tomo, Tokyo

Museo Municipal de Manises, Manises, Spain

Museum of Decorative Art, Prague, Czechoslovakia

Museum of Kyoto

Museum of Modern Art, The House of Japan, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu

New Orleans Museums of Art, Louisiana

The Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo

The National Museum of Art, Osaka

The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania

Portland Art Museum, Oregon

Royal Museum of Decorative Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

Saint Louis Art Museum, Michigan

Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art, Korea

Spencer Museum, University of Kansas, Lawrence

St. Louis Art Museum, MO.

Takamatsu Municipal Museum of Art, Kagawa

The Shigaraki Ceramics Cultural Park, Shiga

Tokoname Education Committee, Tokoname, Aichi

Vallauris Museum of Ceramics, Vallauris, France

Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Wakayama Prefectural Museum of Modern Art

World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Korea

 

1934        Born in Kyoto

1957        Award in Nitten Exhibition

1958        B.A., Ceramics,  Kyoto City University of Arts

1960        M.F.A., Ceramics, Kyoto City University of Arts        

1962-63   Instructor, University of Chicago, IL

1966-68   Instructor, University of Chicago, IL

1979        Joined International Academy of Ceramic

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2011        Art Space Vision

2004        The International Asian Art Fair, New York

2003        Takashimaya Gallery, Kyoto and Tokyo

1992        Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo (also in 1989)

1989        Wako Hall, Tokyo (also in 1982)

1979        Museum of Decorative Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1968        Evanston Art Center, U.S.A.

1963        Art Institute of Chicago, U.S.A.

1960        Fujikawa Gallery, Osaka

Selected Prizes and Awards:

1960       Grand Prize and Hokuto Prize, Nitten

1966        Grand Prize and Hokuto Prize, Nitten

1968        Membership Prize and the Foreign Minister’s Prize, Japan Contemporary Arts and Crafts Exhibition

1983        Education Minister’s Prize, Japan New Arts, and Crafts Exhibition.

1996        Kyoto Prefecture Culture Prize Merits Prize

1999        Laureate of the Kyoto City Award of Cultural Merit

2007        Japan Art Academy Prize