24 March

Portfolio: Takashi Murakami exhibits his personal collection of ceramics

 

The Japanese artist is showing 300 ceramic pieces crafted by famous artists including Naoki Koide, all from his own personal collection.

By The editorial team

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  • Yukiharu Kumagai, Dogu/Dharma, 2010. 17 × 20.5 × 21 cm
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  • Yoshitomo Nara, Girl with Tongue out, 2010. 28 × 37 × 28 cm © Yoshitomo Nara
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  • Klara Kristalova, Sleeping with dog, 2010. 48 × 16 × 24 cm ©Klara Kristalova, Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin
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  • Yuji Ueda, Jar, 2015. 25 × 28.5 × 11 cm
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  • Otani Workshop, Sleeping Child, 2016. 40 × 36 × 33 cm
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  • Aso Kojima, Large Jar, 2014. 34 × 52.5 × 21 cm
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  • Kazunori Hamana, Jar, 2015. 39 × 35 × 14.5 cm
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  • Shin Murata, Torn Jar, 2013. 90 × 65 × 48 cm
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  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

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  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

  • Following the exhibition Superflat that revealed a part of his personal ceramics collection at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Takashi Murakami is repeating the experience by presenting previously unseen creations at the Towada Art Center in Japan. The exhibition Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics looks at the work of 28 artists and big names in ceramics. From Naoki Koide’s fantastical creations and Yoshitomo Nara's manga inspiration to Rosemarie Trockel with her feminist take, all these pieces have been carefully collected by Takashi Murakami and reflect a vision of ceramics that is at once ancestral and contemporary.

     

    Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics, from March 11th to May 28th at the Towada Art Center in Japan. 

     

    MORE: 12 unmissable pieces of design at the PAD Paris 2017 fair

     

    WE RECOMMEND: The primitive and fascinating ceramics of Sophie Dries

     

     

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