Shinji Terauchi is the fourth-generation head of Riso Porcelain, a renowned Arita ware manufacturer. He has been pursuing the creation of tablewares that accentuate beautiful cuisines by learning from the early Imari style. For this exhibition, he will challenge works using only Izumiyama porcelain stone, which is the origin of Arita porcelain. Please visit HULS Gallery Tokyo and enjoy Terauchi’s new works created by facing the soil of Izumiyama that is now rarely used and its value should be revived. An online talk session event with the artist is scheduled during the exhibition period. Details will be announced on the gallery website and SNS once the schedule has been confirmed.
Date: 12th (Fri) November– 27th (Sat) November 2021
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. ＊Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Venue: HULS GALLERY TOKYO（Akasaka/Roppongi, Tokyo）
Dialogue with Artist: 12th (Fri) November – 13th (Sat) November until 2:00 p.m.
*Please note that the event is subject to change or cancellation depending on the situation of COVID-19. Please check the gallery website for the latest information.
<Shinji Terauchi Profile>
1962 Born in Arita, Saga Prefecture
1985 B.A. in Industrial, Interior and Craft Design at Musashino Art University
1988 Joined Riso Porcelain, Ltd. and undertook a study and reproduction of early Imari ware
2015 Awarded 1st Prize of Arita International Ceramics Competition (METI Minister Awards) and continues to win this prize year after year.
As the fourth-generation head of Riso Porcelain, he actively carries out collaborations with top international chefs while pursuing beautiful, classic, and contemporary forms with the inherited tradition and techniques of Arita ware.