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Arita Porcelain Today

For the first time in four hundred years, a Japanese tradition has been adopted by contemporary designers. Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings and Japanese designer Teruhiro Yanagihara created a contemporary collection of Arita porcelain, together with an elite group of designers. Arita Porcelain Today is - together with other similar artworks from the Rijksmuseum collection - on show in the Rijksmuseum’s Asian Pavilion from 22 April to 9 October 2016. www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/arita
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2016/ Scholten & Baijings. Photography Scheltens & Abbenes

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Waitress at Yamabuki flowers, Shigenobu (I), Yanagawa, c. 1827. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Ribbed bowl with crane and tortoise, Arita, ca. 1670-1690. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Detail 2016/ Scholten & Baijings. Photography Scheltens & Abbenes

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Scalloped saucer with rocks, prunus and bird, Anonymous, , c. 1670 - c. 1700, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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Plate, Anonymous, 1640 – 1670. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Pottery workshop. Photography Kenta Hasegawa

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Arita Japan. Photography Kenta Hasegawa

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Footprints of 16 collections by 10 potteries from Arita, Japan. Photography Scheltens & Abbenes

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Brushes. Photography Anneke Hymmen

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