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Yukiya IZUMITA

1966 Born in Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture
1992 Began to study Kokuji-ware under Gakuho
1995 Opened his own workshop in Noda Villege.
Won the Excellence Award at Noodle Bowl Award Exhibition sponcored by Nissin Foods Co.
1998 Began to fire works in a wood-fired celler kiln
2000 Won the Grand Prix at the 38th Asahi Ceramic Exhibition
2001 Selected for the 39th Asahi Ceramic Exhibition.
Selected for the World Crafts Competition, Kanazawa
2002 Won the Grand Prix at the 40th Asahi Ceramic Exhibition.
Selected for the International Ceramics Festival, Mino
2003 Selected for the 41st Asahi Ceramic Exhibition.
Selected for the 17th Biennial Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
2004 Invited to participate in the AsahiContemporary Crafts Exhibition
2005 Participated in SOFA New York
selected for the International Ceramics Festival, Mino
Selected for the 18th BIennial Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
2007 Opened ‘Gallery IZUMITA’
Selected for the 19th Biennial Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
2009 Won the Excellence Award at the 20th Biennial Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
2011 Participated in the 1st Contemporary Kogei Art Fair 2011
Won Iwate Prefectural Award at Iwate Prefecture Art Recommendation Exhibition
2012 Exhibited in SOFA CHICAGO
2013 Participated in International Ceramic Art Festival in SASAMA as a guest artist
2014 Exhibited in COLLECT LONDON
2014 Housed in IWATE MUSEUM OF ART
2015 Exhibited in REVELATION FAIR -GRAND PALAIS PARIS
2016 Exhibited in ART FAIR TOKYO
1966 岩手県陸前高田市生まれ
1992 小久慈焼窯元岳芳氏に師事
1995 野田村にて作陶始める
日清食品現代陶芸「めん鉢大賞展」優秀賞
1998 穴窯での焼成を始める
2000 第38回朝日陶芸展 グランプリ受賞
2001 第39回朝日陶芸展 入選
世界工芸コンペティション金沢 入選
2002 第40回朝日陶芸展 グランプリ受賞
国際陶磁器展美濃 入選
2003 第41回朝日陶芸展 入選
第17回日本陶芸展 入選
2004 第22回朝日現代クラフト展招待出品
2005 SOFA ニューヨーク出品
国際陶磁器展美濃 入選
第18回日本陶芸展 入選
2007 「のだ窯ギャラリー IZUMITA」オープン
第19回日本陶芸展 入選
2009 第20回日本陶芸展 優秀作品賞受賞
2011 第1回現代工芸アートフェア出品
2012 SOFAシカゴ出品
2013 ささま国際陶芸フェスティバル招待作家
2014 COLLECT(ロンドン)出品
2014 岩手県立美術館 作品収蔵
2015 GRAND PALAIS PARIS(パリ)「REVELATION」出品
2016 アートフェア東京2016に出品


Galerie An Der Pinakothek Der Moderne Barbara Ruetz – Munich

Ioppodo Gallery – NewYork


MOL Gallery – China

Ginza Mitsukoshi – Tokyo


Iwate Prefectural Museum – Iwate