Koichi Koyama

  • Ceramics
  • 1960 -
Koichi Koyama

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
Member, TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan
  • 1960 Born in Taito Ward, Tokyo
  • 1983 Graduated from the Ceramics Course in the Department of Fine Arts, Tamagawa University Joined the Japan Pottery Club
  • 1990 Left the Japan Pottery Club. Established his kiln in Ryusen, Taito Ward, Tokyo
  • 2010 Gave a lecture on Lucie Rie’s glazing techniques at the National Art Center, Tokyo

  • 1997Received the Special Award at the 35th Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1998Received the Excellence Award at the 9th Dessert Bowls We Want to Use from the North Exhibition
  • 1999Received the Issuikai Award at the 61st Issuikai Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 2000Received the Incentive Award at the 38th Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
    Received the Issuikai Award at the 62nd Issuikai Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 2001Received the Bronze Award at the 13th “Heart of Oribe” Ceramic Works Exhibition
  • 2002Received the Kuramoto Award (Umenishiki Award) at the 7th Creative Sake Vessels Exhibition
  • 2003Received the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education Award at the 43rd Exhibition of New Works of Traditional Art Crafts
  • 2004Received an Honorable Mention at the 66th Issuikai Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 2005Received the Silver Award at the Otaki Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition
  • 2006Received the Bronze Award at the 18th “Heart of Oribe” Ceramic Works Exhibition
  • 2007Received the Grand Prize at the Otaki Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition
  • 2008Received the Member’s Grand Prize at the 70th Issuikai Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 2009Received the Hokkaido Shimbun Award at the Otaki Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition
  • 2010Received the Japan Kogei Association Award at the 50th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional “Kogei”
    Received the Member’s Grand Prize at the 72nd Issuikai Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 2011Received the Japan Kogei Association Award at the 39th Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Ceramic Art
  • 【Public collections】
    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (USA)
    Otaki Crafts Center (Date City)

Price Range

$ 2,000 - 4,000

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