26 August 2009

taizo kuroda

"a shape derives from the moment formlessness encounters form"

- Nobuhiro Yamaguchi
White Porcelain of Taizo Kuroda

"Now, in serene seclusion − but near the peak of his career −
he lives in a house built of cedar and cypress, with plain white walls,
pure, simple and edited like his ceramics,
surrounded by trees and bamboo, looking over Sagami Bay,
and works in his next-door studio, just as ordered and uncluttered."

- Michael Dunn
The Art of Taizo Kuroda


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