Past Exhibitions

Ceramic Works by Jun KANEKO

Outline

Jun KANEKO, born in Nagoya, Japan in 1942, initially set his mind on becoming a painter when he moved to the United States in 1963. During his stay, however, his interests shifted to ceramics and began to work with artists including Jerry Rothman and Peter Voulkos. Known for large-scale works such as the Omaha Project, he is also renowned for his paintings and glass work. Recently, his activities expanded to designing opera stage sets and costumes.
Commemorating the donation of Kaneko’s works, the Museum lobby will be brightened up with his 6 colorful works. Enjoy the artist’s extraordinary ideas and creativity through his works, particularly the unique texture which can only be produced by clay and glaze.

Information

TitleCeramic Works by Jun KANEKO
DatesSaturday, August 12, 2017~Sunday, September 10, 2017
VenueThe Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka (Lobby 2) Closed daysMondays (open on August 14)
Opening hours9:30 am – 5:00 pm (last admission: 4:30 pm) Organized byThe Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
AdmissionAdults 500(400) yen
University and high school students 300(250) yen
a.Prices in parenthesis are group discount rates for a party of 20 or more
b.The following visitors are free of charge:
①Holders of special IDs such as Shogaisha techo (Identification Booklet for the Physically Disabled), including one attendant
②Residents of Osaka City aged 65 or older (please show ID)
③Junior high school students and younger children
c. Admission includes access to all exhibitions in the Museum
Number of items on display6 works
Also showing[Permanent Exhibition]
Chinese and Korean Ceramics of the Ataka Collection
Korean Ceramics of the Rhee Byung-Chang Collection, Japanese Ceramics
Chinese Snuff Bottles of the Oki Shoichiro Collection
[Featured Exhibition]
The Beauty of Song Ceramics
Inquiries The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
Phone: 06-6223-0055
Fax : 06-6223-0057

Examples of Objects on Display