Skip to Content

Shōji Hamada

Showing 11 of 17


Print this page



Shōji Hamada

Japanese, (1894–1978)
Shōji Hamada was a Japanese potter. He had a significant influence on studio pottery of the twentieth century, and was a major figure of the mingei (folk-art) movement, establishing the town of Mashiko as a world-renowned pottery centre. In 1955 he was designated a Living National Treasure.


Artist Objects

Your current search criteria is: Exhibition is "Unearthing Traditions: Japanese Expressions in Clay & Ink".