Tomoo Hamada  (Japanese, 1967) 

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Tomoo Hamada, Plate, black and kaki glaze with akae decoration

 

Tomoo Hamada
Plate, black and kaki glaze with akae decoration
Pucker Gallery
Tomoo Hamada, Bottle, Kaki glaze with akae decoration

 

Tomoo Hamada
Bottle, Kaki glaze with akae decoration
Pucker Gallery
 
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Tomoo Hamada, Vase Mingei

 

Tomoo Hamada
Vase Mingei
terracotta and enamel

 

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Tomoo Hamada, Suite de cinq coupes à saké Yunomi (set of 5, various sizes)

 

Tomoo Hamada
Suite de cinq coupes à saké Yunomi (set of 5, various sizes)
stoneware and enamel

 

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1985   Graduated from Moka High School, Tochigi, Japan.
1989   B.A. degree, Sculpture Department, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan.
1991   M.A. degree, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan.
2009   Solo exhibition at Leach Pottery, St. Ives, United Kingdom.
2007   “Genealogy of Hamada” exhibition, Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art, Mashiko, Japan
2007   “Three generations of Hamada Pottery: History of Shôji, Shinsaku and Tomoo” exhibition, Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo, Sendai, and Nagoya, Japan.
2005   “Three generations of Hamada Pottery: Shôji, Shinsaku and Tomoo” exhibition, Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum, Kyoto, Japan
2005   Mashiko’s Three Generation Hamada Kiln: Shôji, Shinsaku, Tomoo” exhibition at the Yamazaki Mountain Retreat Art Museum, Kyoto, Japan.
2004   “10th Anniversary” exhibition, Kanoya, Mashiko, Japan.
2002   “Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Artists” exhibition, Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, Californai, United States.
2001   “Japanese Links” exhibition, St. Ives Ceramics, St. Ives, United Kingdom.
2001   Japan Exhibition 2001”, Rufford Gallery, Rufford, United Kingdom.
2001   Solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Tokyo, Japan (subsequent exhibition in 2003, 2005 and 2007).
2000   “Pottery: East and West” exhibition at the Ditchling Museum, Sussux, United Kingdom, and conducts demonstrations. The Museum purchased several of his works.
1995   The first solo exhibition at Tetchiku-do Gallery, Tochigi, Japan; subsequent exhibition in 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007.