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MAEDA CHIKUBOSAI I [1872-1950]
Hanakago ten'nenchiku tetsuki – wickerwork for the ikebana
Japan, Kansai,
Bamboo and lacquer
57 X 22.5 cm
Provenance: private Japanese collection
© Mingei Japanese Arts, photo Michel Gurfinkel
YONEZAWA JIRO
Twist – wickerwork sculpture
Japan, Kyushu
Circa 2014
Wood, steel and lacquer
82 X 33 cm
Provenance: acquired from the artist
© Mingei Japanese Arts, photo Adayuki Minamoto
Mingei Japanese Arts
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MAEDA CHIKUBOSAI I [1872-1950]
Hanakago ten'nenchiku tetsuki – wickerwork for the ikebana
Japan, Kansai,
Bamboo and lacquer
57 X 22.5 cm
Provenance: private Japanese collection
© Mingei Japanese Arts, photo Michel Gurfinkel

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Galerie Mingei Japanese Arts is specialized in the ancient and contemporary decorative arts of Japan. It has been established in its current space in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood since 2014, and is run by Philippe Boudin and his wife Maiko Takenobu. The gallery is well-known for its thematic exhibitions and its monograph shows devoted to individual artists. Mingei Japanese Arts is one of the few European galleries that promotes the little known Japanese bamboo wickerwork arts, and it will present a large selection of works in that medium at this year’s Parcours des Mondes.
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