JB Blunk - Cups, plates, bowls & sculptures: Ceramics 1950-1999


Wood. Clay. Stone. Spirit. These are the elements from which JB Blunk created his work, and a more elemental artist of the postwar era would be hard to find. Blunk proceeded through sheer instinct and in deep conversation with nature; his art was the ultimate expression of a Life Lived off the grid.

JB Blunk writes Cups, plates, bowls and sculptures - ceramics between 1950 and 1999. This catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition of Blunk's work in Tokyo, (November 2016). Features ceramics included in the exhibition along with photos of Blunk in Japan from the 1950s and a short essay by Mariah Nielson.

Pages: 64
Size: 170 mm x 250 mm
Quality: Newsprint