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“Freer and Tea: One Hundred Years of the Book of Tea” Opens Nov. 19

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Media only: James Gordon, 202.633.0520 Rebecca Fahy, 202.633.0521 Public only: 202.633.1000 Exhibition dates: November 19, 2005–May 29, 2006 November 4, 2005 As part of a yearlong series of exhibitions and programming celebrating the centenary of Charles Lang Freer’s gift of his collection to the nation, a new, intimate exhibition, “Freer and Tea: 100 Years of The Book of …

“Rusticity Refined: Kyoto Ceramics by Ninsei” at the Freer Gallery March 19–October 23

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“Rusticity Refined: Kyoto Ceramics by Ninsei” at the Freer Gallery March 19–October 23, 2005  Media only: Brenda Kean Tabor, 202.633.0523 Public only: 202.633.1000 January 10, 2005 Generally considered to be one of Japan’s greatest potters, Nonomura Ninsei (active circa 1646–1677) is best known for his innovative transposition of Kyoto painting traditions to jewel-toned enamel decorations on elegant, …

Tea Utensils Under Wraps at the Freer Gallery of Art

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Media only: Brenda Kean Tabor: 202.357.4880 ext. 319 Barbara Kram: 202.357.4880 ext. 219 Public only: 202.357.2700 Tea Utensils Under Wraps at the Freer Gallery of Art June 21 to January 4, 2004 Everyone who owns dishes shares the same challenge. How do you store and protect them when they’re not in use? In Japan, where tea ceremony …

“Birds and Beasts in Japanese Art” and “The Tea Ceremony as Melting Pot”

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Media only: Barbara Kram: 202.633.0520 Brenda Kean Tabor: 202.633.0523 Cranes, monkeys, turtles, ducks, a peacock and a tiger will be on parade at the Freer Gallery from Jan. 31 through July 18 in “Birds and Beasts in Japanese Art,” a new exhibition highlighting the Freer’s diverse and visually exciting collection of Japanese bird and animal paintings. An …

The Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Celebrate the 2007 National Cherry Blossom Festival

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Media only: James Gordon, 202.633.0520; Rebecca Fahy, 202.633.0521 Public only: 202.633.1000 March 16, 2007 The Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery will offer a variety of programs, exhibitions and tours celebrating the 2007 National Cherry Blossom Festival, taking place March 31 through April 15, in Washington, D.C. Coinciding with the festival, the Sackler …

Freer Gallery Presents “Cornucopia: Ceramics from Southern Japan”

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AN EXHIBITION DEPICTING AN EFFLORESCENCE OF CERAMIC PRODUCTION Media only: Elizabeth Bridgforth 202.633.0521 Public only: 202.633.1000 January 05, 2010 The exhibition “Cornucopia: Ceramics from Southern Japan” includes more than 100 porcelain and stoneware vessels that vividly represent an era of highly diverse and accomplished ceramic production in southern Japan. A wide array of ceramic forms, including tea …

Legendary 700-Year-Old Tea Jar “Chigusa” To Be Displayed at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery

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EXHIBITION RECREATES WORLD OF 16TH-CENTURY JAPANESE “ART OF TEA” FOR RENOWNED OBJECT’S U.S. DEBUT MEDIA ONLY: Allison Peck, 202.633.0447 ONLINE: asia.si.edu/press @FreerSackler, #artoftea MEDIA TOUR AND TEA DEMO: Wednesday, February 19; contact PressAsia@si.edu for details January 7, 2014 The story of Chigusa is the remarkable tale of how an ordinary Chinese storage jar, over the course of several centuries and …

The Freer and Sackler Galleries Present a Wealth of Chinese Ceramics

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The Freer and Sackler Galleries Present a Wealth of Chinese Ceramics  Media only: Brenda Kean Tabor, 202.633.0523 Public only: 202.633.1000 December 16, 2004 An unusually large number of Chinese ceramics can be seen this winter in both special exhibitions and long-term installations at the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler galleries. Ranging from a Neolithic urn dating from between …

“Seasons” Exhibitions Celebrate the Importance of Seasons in Chinese and Japanese Art

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MULTIYEAR SERIES SHOWCASES LANDSCAPES, TEA OBJECTS, POETRY, FLOWERS AND LACQUER WARE Media only: Megan Krefting 202-633-0271; kreftingm@si.edu Public only: 202.633.1000 November 29, 2010 “Seasons,” a series of five exhibitions at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art from Dec. 18 through March 4, 2012, will explore the vast history of seasonal imagery and associations in Chinese and Japanese art. …

Black & White: Chinese Ceramics from the 10th–14th Centuries

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Black & White: Chinese Ceramics from the 10th–14th Centuries Opens December 18 at the Freer Gallery of Art  Media only: Brenda Kean Tabor, 202.633.0523 Public only: 202.633.1000 November 15, 2004 From the 10th through the 14th centuries, Chinese potters significantly expanded the ceramic repertoire by perfecting a clay body of pristine whiteness and developing a luscious black …