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Contemporary Japanese ceramics stand at the top of artistic imagination, traditionally seen as the ultimate expression of Japanese spirit, art, and daily life. Over the past two decades, a new generation of ceramicists have redefined and reshaped clay art, formulating their own personal imaginative statements, and taking ceramics to new horizons. It has become a specialized area of collecting, which attracts passionate and dedicated collectors fascinated with the ambitious achievements in the clay medium.  

Watch the full interview with Joan Mirviss as she takes us through "Fathers & Sons" featuring Suzuki Osamu and Suzuki Tetsu, and Wakao Toshisada and Wakao Kei.


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