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Mariko Isozaki built her career as artist based in Japan and Italy. Using clay coils technique at a base, she created the biomorphic ceramics arts which call vegetables, fruits and flowers to mind. Isozaki departed this life in 2013, however, she left a lot of artworks with size from palm-size objects to huge public arts at home and abroad.

In accordance with this season as the sun has been …

Mariko Isozaki built her career as artist based in Japan and Italy. Using clay coils technique at a base, she created the biomorphic ceramics arts which call vegetables, fruits and flowers to mind. Isozaki departed this life in 2013, however, she left a lot of artworks with size from palm-size objects to huge public arts at home and abroad.

In accordance with this season as the sun has been scorching, in this exhibition we feature one of Isozaki’s representative series, which is lively pottery works painted in three vivid primary colors. The terracotta made imaginary “harvests” such like …