Iwasaki is most know for his Out of Disorder series, pieces from which will be on display at Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
Out of Disorder by Takahiro Iwasaki at Art Base Momoshima. The crane structures you see are made out of HUMAN HAIR. Cotton and towels have been used to create the mountain surface. The scene mirrors the cranes across the bay in Momoshima. pic.twitter.com/8ytKSEUUx9
— Harry Kemble (@HarryKemble) February 22, 2019
Nicole Rousmaniere, Professor of Japanese Art and Culture at the University of East Anglia, will explore the development of Japanese ceramics from the Meji Period to modern times, at at Salford Museum and Art Gallery on March 29.
Salford Museum and Art Gallery says: “Join us for a fascinating and insightful exploration of this internationally touring exhibition.”
The exhibition is a celebration of the Japan – UK Season of Culture 2019 – 2020, and is curated by and co-presented with the Japan Foundation with advice from Yuji Yamashita.
The Japan Foundation, established in 1972, aims to promote international understanding through cultural exchange.
Both events are free to the public and require booking.