Oct 7, 21Event
Adam Silverman “Horizon”

*Please note that visitors with appointments will be prioritized. Details on how to make reservations are provided below.

A solo exhibition by ceramic artist Adam Silverman will be held at HIN / Arts & Science in Kyoto. The works were produced on both coasts of the United States: Atwater in the West, and Rhode Island in the East, where local materials including clay, seaweed, salt, wood, and crop husks were used. In this exhibition, a series of works created through an experimental process will be on display.

Adam's works have a unique aesthetic and expression from the form of his glazing techniques. HIN has mainly selected works such as bowls that are as functional as they are beautiful. We invite you to view these special pieces in person.

*The brand’s main exhibition will also be held at Tokyo・CURATOR'S CUBE from Saturday, October 9th. [By appointment only]

*Please note that visitors with appointments will be prioritized. Please make your reservation though our general contact form.

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 [Reservation deadline: October 30th, 2021 (Sat.) 19:00]

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Adam Silverman “Horizon”
2021.10.22 (Fri.) – 10.31 (Sun.)/12:00 – 19:00
*Tuesday is a weekly holiday
HIN / Arts & Science, Nijodori Kyoto
After graduating from university, Adam Silverman moved to Los Angeles to work as an architect. In 2003, he established Atwater Pottery to bring to a wider audience the pieces he had previously only created for his family and friends. In 2008, based on a shared philosophy with Heath Ceramics, he became the studio director of their newly-opened Los Angeles store. After retiring as their director in 2015, he moved his studio to Rhode Island. In 2018, he rebuilt his studio in Atwater, the place where his career in ceramics began.
Concurrent event
2021.10.9 (Fri.) – 10.24 (Sun.)/12:00 – 17:00
*Monday is a weekly holiday
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