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October 22, 1997 – January 22, 1999
Museum: Natural History Museum
Location: 1st Floor, East Wing, Asian Cultures Hall
On view are 33 contemporary works inspired by centuries-old ceramic traditions; from mixing clay and preparing glazes to ritual offerings of food and wine at wood-fired kilns. Included are white porcelain, made from a white clay; blue and white porcelain, once used exclusively by the aristocracy and featuring a blue design painted with cobalt on white clay; punch'ong stoneware, a Korean folk tradition dating back to the 1300s; and celadon, characterized by its jade green color, dating to the 10th century.
The works in the exhibition are a gift of the National Museum of Korea.