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In a little more than a decade New York-based sculptor Noriko Kuresumi has amassed an impressive list of awards and honors. Last year she won the People’s Award at the 15th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition. In 2013 she took the grand prize at that same competition and received an honorable mention at the Cheongju International Craft Competition in Korea.
Above image: Noriko Kuresumi, Sea of Memory 023, 2011. Photograph by Shin Ono. Courtesy of the artist.
She works mainly with biological forms that draw their inspiration from the sea. Her artist...
Noriko Kuresumi - "Long Island City's Artist's Work Inspired by the Sea" TimesLedger - 5/27/14 by Alison C. Plitt
Within the past five years, Long Island City sculptor Noriko Kuresumi has received awards and recognition for her artwork. Most recently, she won the grand prize in the “14th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition” last year. In 2012, she picked up the first prize at this event held in New York.Despite her recognition and commercial success, Kuresumi is a completely self-taught sculptor. She has never taken a sculpting class. Born in Japan, Kuresumi...
Period: September 16 (Fri) ~ October 23 (Sun) 10:00～18:00 *Admission until 17:30
Venue: Ceramics Park MINO Exhibition Hall
The International Ceramics Competition Mino is held with the aim of supporting the growth of the ceramics industry and the enhancement of culture through the global exchange of ceramics design and culture. The outstanding art works were submitted from all over the world.
入選 Honorable Mention
陶芸部門 Ceramic Arts
Title of entry
Sea of Memory
Sea of Memory
Small works are very portable and fit well into many spaces. They also evoke in the viewer a sense of one's own physicality, in a completely different way than average or large sized works. Small works are intimate; inviting approach and inspection. Like short poetry, they are a challenge to craft with the same presence of their larger counterparts.
We are delighted to offer this seventh annual exhibit of works no larger than seven inches in any dimension.
For this seventh incarnation of the project 349 artists submitted 801 works for consideration by Manifest's rigorous...
The Animal in Contemporary Art
Gallery Hours: 2-7 p.m., Thursday November 18
Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Art of animals has existed parallel to art of humans since art's beginnings. The animal has a strong hold on modern art as well. Manifest has set aside three galleries and over 400 artists submitted work for this exhibit showcasing everything from man's best friend to less furry creatures. Through Dec. 3.Where: Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Address: 2727 Woodburn Ave.
Manifest show explores the state of the animal in contemporary art
BY JANE DURRELL · NOVEMBER 17TH, 2010 · ART
Bestiary sweeps through all three rooms of Manifest Gallery in a lively embodiment of the kind of show the East Walnut Hills gallery has to a degree pioneered and does well.
“Sea of Memory” by Noriko Kuresumi (Astoria, N.Y.) is an extraordinarily beautiful, porcelain, shell-like piece, asking the viewer to wonder what it once held as well as to admire its lovely form.
BESTIARY is on view at Manifest Creative Research Gallery...
100 Artists From 18 Countries! "RUTA: 2010" honoring Mexico's Bicentennial of its Independence from Spain in 1810 at Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC)
561 NW 32 Street, Miami (View Map), 305.576.2828
Sep 10 - Oct 1, 2010
Curated by Tim Parsley
What role does story play in a society that seems increasingly defined by production, laws, budgets,
and CNN sound bites? For some, story is the luxury of childhood; packed away with toy gun holsters
and ballerina outfits when we head off into the “real-world” of adulthood. If story stays with us into
maturity, it is often regulated to the realm of “escape” or hobby – something to enjoy or find interest in
only once deadlines are met, clients are satisfied, dishes are washed and put away. Yet society still
finds solace, maybe desperately...
MANIFESTATIONS III: FORM & FUNCTION:
An Exhibition of Functional & Wearable Art
December 9, 2003 – January 31, 2004
Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 9, 6-8pm
Denise Bibro Fine Art, 529 West 20th Street, 4th Floor, Chelsea, New York City, is pleased to announce its third exhibition of functional and wearable fine art titled, Manifestations III: Form & Function. The exhibition will be on view from December 9, 2003 - January 31, 2004.
Throughout time, the worlds of fine art and functional art have been interconnected. Nevertheless, for the most part, they have been formally...