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Installation view of Takuro Kuwata's "Zungurimukkuri," photo by Jason Schmidt, courtesy of Salon 94.
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Takuro Kuwata: Zungurimukkuri

Takuro Kuwata’s exhibition “Zungurimukkuri,” which translates to “Roly Poly,” fills the ground floor of Salon 94.

March 20, 2021 - April 24, 2021

Takuro Kuwata’s exhibition “Zungurimukkuri,” which translates to “Roly Poly,” fills the ground floor of Salon 94. Looking to his own 2019 exhibition at Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple, the artist drew parallels between the space and ceramics studio as places for ritual. Tatami mats are used as pedestals for the ceramic works, which often allude to traditional teaware, inspired by the Japanese chanoyu tea ceremony.

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Mar 20 - Apr 24
Salon 94
Takuro Kuwata: Zungurimukkuri
Takuro Kuwata’s exhibition “Zungurimukkuri,” which translates to “Roly Poly,” fills the ground floor of Salon 94.

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