This ongoing focus installation of contemporary Japanese ceramics is now in its second rotation, featuring sixteen new works that showcase unique shapes, texhniques, and glazes.

They include many traditional forms, such as utensils for the Tea Ceremony—water jars, tea bowls, sake cups, and flower vases—as well as innovative clay sculptures.

"Two pieces of undulating celadon 'ribbons' by Satoshi Kino and Satoko Fujikasa's organic plantlike flourishes of white porcelain are marvels to behold," said Emily Sano, PhD, Senior Advisor for Asian Art.