Yukiya Izumitan “Layers of Time: Spatial Ceramic”

Ippodo Gallery

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The 25 ceramic works in the Yukiya Izumita exhibition are in perpetual tension. His inventive use of layered clay is as sophisticated as it is attuned to the earth, with the folds of mud suggestive of the toil they require.

Each work reflects the interior and exterior journey that led to their creation. Izumita relies on the salt-rich clay of the Iwate prefecture in the Tohuku region of Northeast Japan, known for its harsh weather. This coastal enclave is among the most severe in Japan, but because the artist lost his Rikuzentakatahome in the tsunami of 2011, he finds solace in the laborious processes required to produce each piece. Over and over, pound by pound, Izumita carries the sands from outside his windy Noda Village studio, allowing the catharsis of the arduous journey to give way to harmony and insight.

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Schedule

from January 13, 2022 to February 17, 2022

Opening Reception on 2022-01-13 from 17:00 to 19:00

Artist(s)

Yukiya Izumita

Website

http://www.ippodogallery.com/ (venue's website)

Fee

Free

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Address: 32 E 67th St., New York, New York 10065
Phone: 212-967-4899 Fax: 212-967-4889

Between Park & Madison Aves. Subway: 6 to 68th Street.

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