Generally, the work is shot from a little above, but when you look up at it from below, you can feel the power even more and it is cool.
2. Shigaraki Uzukumaru Size(cm)W20 H21.5 Wood Box
信楽蹲 共箱 | 古谷和也
Shigaraki Konsei Hanaire | Size(cm)W35 H18 | Kazuya FURUTANI
信楽混成花入 | 古谷和也
This work will be exhibited at a branch gallery TAMBI in Tokyo.
Machiya in Kyoto is an elongated house. In turn, there is a street, a front door, a small room, a small room, a large room in the back, and a small garden in the back. (There are many Machiya that differ from this pattern.) I’m always in a position to see the street from the room in front of the innermost garden. I like the sight after the intense west sun has passed. In the evening, I change from classical music to jazz.What I like and listen to right now is Red Garland. I like fashionable sounds.
The atmosphere of the work looks very different depending on the natural light and lighting, and the background music. Everything has an interesting discovery.
Favorite Shigaraki | Tetsuya ISHIYAMA