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Eric J. Zetterquist
Kyoto artist Takiguchi tailors his sculptures from single sheets of clay that he "wraps around air," smoothing away all traces of fabrication. Although the organic forms, stretching and extending, coated with wrinkled glaze, are evocative of human or animal bodies, Takiguchi resolutely refuses to title his works. He usually develops his exhibitions as installations, creating evocative relationships among the forms in settings ranging from gardens to warehouses. No. 5, fifth in a series made for Takiguchi's first exhibition in the United States, debuted in a church in lower Manhattan.
- Published References
- Thomas Lawton Thomas W. Lentz. Beyond the Legacy: Anniversary Acquisitions for the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. vol. 1 Washington, 1998. pp. 344-345.
- Dr. Frederick Baekeland Robert Moes. Modern Japanese Ceramics in American Collections. Exh. cat. New York and Münsterschwarzach, Germany, December 1993 - August 1994. p. 54, figs. 2, 58, 66.
- Louise Allison Cort. Twentieth-century Asian Crafts in the Sackler Gallery. vol. XLIII no. 3. p. 19, fig. 2.
- The Now in Japanese Ceramics -- Messages from Artists in Kyoto: A Drama of Space Enacted by Ten Clay Artists. Exh. cat. Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, and Kyoto. pp. 34-39.
- Takiguchi Kazuo ten. Exh. cat. Tokyo. .
- Takiguchi Kazuo. Exh. cat. Kyoto. .
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