Ken Matsuzaki "Throwing Chawans" (Teabowls) - extremely rare footage





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Published on May 29, 2011

Rare footage showing one of Japan's top potters, Ken Matsuzaki, throwing chawans (teabowls) at the kick-wheel. Filmed by Jay Goldmark in 2007 during a studio visit.

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View finished pots on the Goldmark Gallery website: http://bit.ly/11ZmJhp

As well as pots we have lots of catalouges, books and films to buy about Ken Matsuzaki and other potters we represent: http://bit.ly/14iBPgS

Short Biography

Ken Matsuzaki was born in 1950 in Tokyo. Growing up Matsuzaki's life was filled with art and culture and his family's influence began to show when, around the age of 16, Matsuzaki developed an interest in ceramics. In 1972, after graduating from Tamagawa University's College of Arts, he began a 3 year apprenticeship with (National Living Treasure) Tatsuzo Shimaoka.

Nearing the end of his apprenticeship Matsuzaki asked Shimaoka if he would consider extending it for another 2 years, whilst he learned to develop his own style, and began creating his own motifs and palette of glazes that he would use for the next 15 years. Today, Matsuzaki has exhibited widely in Japan, America and the UK and his work is held in major galleries worldwide.

What is Goldmark?

A family business started by Mike Goldmark, we've been selling art from the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, UK for over 40 years and hold over 50,000 items in stock. Explore a wide range of the very best art and ceramics available to you through our website http://www.goldmarkart.com where you'll also find scholarship pages, books, online catalogues and even GoldmarkTV! Enjoy your visit here: http://bit.ly/18ZF7Lv


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