Japanese exhibition about Korean influence on Japanese pottery - Sundragon Pottery
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Japanese exhibition about Korean influence on Japanese pottery

The folk craft movement in Japan owes a great debt to Soetsu Yanagi (1889-1961), who coined the term “mingei” (“folk crafts”) in 1925. Yanagi pioneered the notion that Japan’s vernacular crafts had their own intrinsic artistic worth, and should be valued, collected and curated. His desire to share an appreciation of these simple objects with the public grew from an admiration for the Korean craft tradition and it became his mission to foster opportunities for the public to rediscover Japanese and other Asian traditional crafts firsthand. Thanks in large part to Yanagi’s efforts, the mingei aesthetic was born, which led to a growing appreciation of folk crafts.

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