Les maîtres céramistes coréens qui fabriquent de manière traditionnelle des reproductions de haute qualité des vases et ustensiles anciens en détruisent plus de 70% car ils ne sont pas d’une qualité acceptable pour eux. Née à Séoul, l’artiste Yeesookyung récupère ces rebuts et en assemble méticuleusement les pièces à la manière d’un puzzle en trois …

Les réparations zélées de Yeesookyung

From Broken to Beautiful: The power of Kintsugi

In Japanese, the word Kintsugi means "golden rejoining," a oriental master craft dedicated to the restoration of fine ceramic pottery. The essence of Kintsugi is the practice of focu.

Artist Mimics Japanese ‘Kintsugi’ Technique to Repair Broken Vases with Embroidery

Artist Mimics Japanese ‘Kintsugi’ Technique to Repair Broken Vases with Embroidery Más

Kintsugi, Centuries Old Japanese Method of Repairing Pottery with Gold

Kintsugi: The Centuries-Old Art of Repairing Broken Pottery with Gold

Chana Bloch: "The Joins" In the art of kintsugi, a potter repairing a broken cup would sprinkle the resin  with powdered gold. Sometimes the joins are so exquisite  they say the potter may have broken the cup just so he could mend it.

Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi is the Japanese way of honoring and repairing broken ceramic objects with a special lacquer mixed with silver, go.

The Gold Lining

The Gold Lining

Kintsugi—the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold. The idea behind it is that the piece becomes more beautiful and valuable than when it was as new with the gold lovingly put into it.

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending pots. Not mending them in the way you’d imagine – so you can’t see they were ever broken. No, it’s mending them in a way that makes a feature of their …

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending pots. Not mending them in the way you’d imagine - so you can’t see they were ever broken. No, it’s mending them in a way that makes a feature of their broken.

“For me this glass is already broken. I enjoy it; I drink out of it. It holds my water admirably, sometimes even reflecting the sun in beautiful patterns. If I should tap it, it has a lovely ring to it. But when I put this glass on the shelf and the wind knocks it over or my elbow brushes it off the table and it falls to the ground and shatters, I say, ‘Of course.’ When I understand that the glass is already broken, every moment with it is precious.” -Achaan Chah, as reported by Mark Epstein

“For me this glass is already broken. I enjoy it; I drink out of it. It holds my water admirably, sometimes even reflecting the sun in beautiful patterns. If I should tap it, it has a lovely ring to it. But when I put this glass on the shelf and the wind knocks it over or my elbow brushes it off the table and it falls to the ground and shatters, I say, ‘Of course.’ When I understand that the glass is already broken, every moment with it is precious.” -Achaan Chah, as reported by Mark Epstein

kintsugi – precious mending | carys davies porcelain

kintsugi – precious mending

Kintsukuroi (Kintsugi) : What is kintsugi? How can you use kintsugi to repair your broken pottery? What do you need to do Kintsugi?

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