Dubbed “Teshigoto to Kurashi,” the pop-up exhibit launches with an opening reception (6-8pm) on Thursday, March 22 at Henrybuilt, 356 Miller Ave., and runs through Sunday, March 25 – hours 10am-5pm. The exhibit features the work of a number of contemporary Japanese artisans, including Kan Ito, Kyoko Uchida, Norikazu Oe, Takeshi Omura and more than a dozen others.
Analogue Life is a shop located in Nagoya City, Japan. It’s owned by Ian Orgias & Mitsue Iwakoshi, a Canadian-Japanese couple that has spent years “gathering things born from the instruments and handicrafts of our favorite creators.” The couple says they love telling “people that there are sophisticated and beautiful items in Japan and that there is a creator who produces them.”
The 411: Henrybuilt hosts a unique pop-up exhibit of Japanese ceramics and utensils from Analogue Life, a renowned Japanese “living goods” shop, starting with an opening reception (6-8pm) on Thursday, March 22 and runs through Sunday, March 25 (10am-5pm). 356 Miller Avenue.