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Masayuki Sato
  • The 2nd Ushida collection choice work [bone of water 07-03] H28.5 W85 D19 cm
  • [the cast‐off skin] H25 w81 D22


Masayuki Sato

1968 Born in Niigata, Japan
1993 Musashino Art University junior college part industrial arts design specialty ceramics course is a graduate
1997 Tajimi City Pottery Design and Technical Center completion
2007 International Ceramic art workshop (Dankook University Museum / Korea) of the 60th anniversary of the opening of a school
Present Kasama College of Ceramic Art specially appointed professor
1995 The 4th International ceramics exhibition Mino (the '02/ 6th)
1998 The 5th International ceramics exhibition Mino Ceramic art section judge special prize
  The 36th morning sun Ceramic art exhibition new face Ceramic art prize
2003 The 41st Asahi Ceramic art exhibition
  The 4th Izushi porcelain Triennale
2005 The 1st Kikuchi Biennale award for excellence
  The 18th Japan Ceramic art exhibition (the '17/ 24th)
2014 The 7th modern tea ceramics exhibition
1998 "TUCHI, message" in Mino '98 ('02)
2002 "A Mino ceramics exhibition" (Tajimi)
2003 Challenge of a design and the art (Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu)
2004 Molding exhibition partI from Mino "Clay to Ceramic" 
  (Meguro gallery/ Kyoto culture Museum /NIKI GALLERY satsu)
  Six Contemporary ceramics exhibition (Yufuku gallery / Tokyo)
  MINO CERAMICS NOW 2004 (Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu) ('12)
Solo exhibition (GALLERY TAO/ Tokyo)
2007 The Present Situation of Ceramic Art - Form consisting of the clay PartIII (gallery VOICE / Tajimi)
2008 Now exhibition of the Tokai Contemporary ceramics (Aichi ceramics museum)
2009 select & collect (gallery VOICE / Tajimi)
2011 Mino ceramics exhibition (Tajimi)
2014 "A person from 3, Ceramics art exhibition" (Nihonbashi Takashimaya / Tokyo)
  Light Nitten 2014 of the Mino Ceramic art (Mino Ceramic Art Museum,Tajimi) 
  The present age, Ceramic art phenomenon (Ibaraki Ceramic art Museum) 
  Mino ceramics 100 exhibition (Tajimi)
2015 Curious form (Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu)
2016 Contemporary ceramics, guidance (Ibaraki Ceramic art Museum)
Ibaraki Prefectural ceramics, Kasama university of fine arts school
specially appointed professor Masayuki Sato, Kenji Gomi exhibition (house / Ibaraki of Kasama)
  Modern tea Ceramic (Ibaraki Ceramic art Museum)
  Porcelain which evolves (Ibaraki Ceramic art Museum)
Public collection
  • Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu
  • Musée Tomo (Tokyo)
  • Ushida collection (Tajimi)
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