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Japanese Design for the Senses: Beauty, Form and Function

September 30, 2014 –May 24, 2015

Japanese aesthetic sensibilities are, as in any other culture, difficult to contain in a single definition. For this exhibition, Morikami Museum has chosen a wide variety of art and everyday objects, across media and time, which capture the essence and genius of Japanese design. A few highlights from the selection include ceramic art and painting.

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