preloader image

Art work No.15

“Drifting Landscape”

Liu Jianhua (China)

  • Exhibition Area Takojima|Suzu Ware Museum

Oku-Noto Triennale 2017 Permanent Works

The artist questions our culture and relationship with the mainland through a mixture of porcelain from Kyungdeok-jin, China's leading pottery city, and Suzu-yaki pottery, representing medieval Japan. At the first art festival in 2017, the pieces were lined up on the beach near Mitsuke Island as if they had drifted up from the sea. It is now a permanent installation at the Suzu-yaki Shiryokan (Suzu-yaki Museum).

Exhibition Area Takojima Suzu Ware Museum

  •  Latitude/Longitude (Google maps coordinates)|37.440611, 137.327242
  •  MAPCODE (GPS input)|329 684 469*80

*Google and the Google logo are registered trademarks used with permission from Google Inc.
*Mapcode and MAPCODE are registered trademarks of Denso Corporation.

  • Production year 2017