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Rijks Museum inspired by Arita Porcelain.

...and contemporary art in porcelain entrusted this inspiration in the presentation Arita Porcelain Today ( 22 April to 9 October 2016).
Artistic innovations by tradition of historical trade links between Japan and The Netherlands based on modern aesthetic grounds is the creation of  the collection Arita porcelain Today and a cause of celebration the 400th anniversary of  it.
Creators Dutch design duo Scholten &Baijings and Japanese designer Teruhito Yanagihara  combined with an elite group of designers and porcelain companies.
                                              ( Part one.)
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Sixteen designers in total from Europa, America and Japan worked together with ten porcelain companies to create modern developing of collections 2016 something which happend for the first time in four hundred years and that is exactly the meaning of  Rijks Museum presentation under the title ' Arita Porcelain Today'.
Arita Porcelain Today -17th century Japanese porcelain redesigned for the first time.
                                    Rijks Museum Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

In Japanese tradition that has been adopted by contemporary designers Arita porcelain is a fine art work and so its reshaping in cooperation and exchange between the creative industries of the Netherlands and Japan through ancient knowhow and traditional practices will be a source of new inspiration.
'...A fine art work... 'as the director of collections of Rijks Museum Taco Dibbits noticed

during the presentation for the press ' good art and is being good art for ever. You cannot account it and see in reference to years. Delft Art pottery from the 16th century is still keeping inspiration...'

Arita porcelain originated in the southern Japanese town of Arita in the early 17th century and became popular in The Netherlands when trade between the two countries has increased through the Dutch East India Company. The development of Arita porcelain stone which was founded by Korean potters in the mountains of its surrounding was highly effective via their knowledge, techniques and skills.
According to Rijks Museum information for the press '...Due to civil unrest in China after 1644, it had become difficult to order porcelain from the Chinese kilns.
                Jacobien Schneider press officer make presentation of the opening. 

The Dutch traders turned to Japan to fulfil their orders . In Arita, porcelain making had reached a high level of sophistication and the Dutch orders boosted the production. In the following centuries , the Dutch were the only Europeans allowed to trade with Japan and their long-standing involvement in the porcelain production in Arita gave rise to a rich interaction .
                                     Arita. Saga.The Arita Ceramic Fair.

 Dutch Delftware influenced the motifs used on Arita porcelain and vise versa. The Rijksmuseum collection testifies to this inter-cultural interaction and the 17th century wares in the display provide a fascinating context for the contemporary Arita 2016/collections...'

            Menno Fitski. Curator of  Ost Asiatic Collections of Rijks Museum Amsterdam. 

                                                                    Menno Fitski.

                                     Rijks Museum Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

Milan 2016. Scholten & Baijiings, Stefan Diez and Tomas  Alonso are the creators of  a contemporary tableware  from Arita Japan. 
Rijks Museum Amsterdam. Holland.

                                         Design Duo Scholten & Baijings.
Duo Duch Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings together with Teruhiro Yanagihara are the  creative directors of the project 2016 collections.  They founded their studio in 2000. Their design style formed of artful simple lines and natural colours in combination with handicrafts of tradition and industrial techniques. Scholten & Baijings' customers include Maharam, Mini, Moroso, Karimoku New Standard, Georg Jensen and HAY. 
                                                         Carole Baijings.
                                                                   Stefan Scholten.
 They have collaborated with Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Cooper- Hewitt National Design Museum in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Teruhiro Yanagihara. Product designer from 2002 is not only creative director of the Arita  Japan, project 2016 Collections but successful designer and creative director for Japanese and international companies. Since 2002 he has been created designs for Japanese and international companies and affected and reached the synthesis between contemporary design and Japanese handicrafts. He is the person behind brands such as Katimoku New Standards, 1616/Arita Japan and Wallpaper*, Kimura Glass, Pallucco, Offecct and Sergio Rossi are some of his clients.
                       Teruhiro Yanagihara at the opening of Rijks Museum presentation
                                                      ' Arita Porcelain Today'

                                                             Teruhiro Yanagihara.

                                  Representatives of Pottery Companies of Japan 

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