By Stephen Szczepanek of SRI Threads (srithreads.com)
Written on March 25, 2012
Although we don’t need reminding that Japan is beautiful, Amy Katoh has a way of constantly renewing our appreciation of the beauty of Japan.
Rather suddenly, Amy announced that for a period of three weeks she is showing a segment of her marvelous collection of Japanese folk textiles in a still-occupied warehouse in her Tokyo neighborhood. The backdrop of the warehouse’s unfinished, dark wood interior is a dramatic and inspired foil for her beautifully chosen collection. Have a look.
Thank you for providing these photos. Though I will be in Mill Valley, California the next three weeks, I can only wish that I was there to wander through the warehouse.
This is fantastic to see. Tried to look it up when i heard Amy Katoh was putting this on ,so am really pleased to see these images even if i am unable to get there myself! Thank you for sharing them with us Amy. A wonderful collection.
These photos are wonderful and do your show justice, Amy. Thanks for exhibiting your fascinating collection – it was a great treat to see it and thanks for so graciously answering questions! I blogged about it for my Grandma Mary Lou just now:). Thanks again.
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Great to hear from you.
Hoping that you will soon move Blue & White from your wish list to your happening file.
We are always waiting for you.
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