Perfect Imperfection: Kintsugi 金継ぎ

Kintsugi 金継ぎ - Japanese art of repairing ceramic objects by amplifying its imperfection with gold work, rather than trying to hide it.
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Japanese art of Kintsugi follows a different philosophy. Rather than disguising the breakage, kintsugi restores the broken item incorporating the damage into the aesthetic of the restored item, making it part of the object’s history. (Wabi-sabi.) Kintsugi uses lacquer resin mixed with powdered gold, silver, platinum, copper or bronze, resulting into something more beautiful than the original.

Japanese art of Kintsugi follows a different philosophy. Rather than disguising the breakage, kintsugi restores the broken item incorporating the damage into the aesthetic of the restored item, making it part of the object’s history. (Wabi-sabi.) Kintsugi uses lacquer resin mixed with powdered gold, silver, platinum, copper or bronze, resulting into something more beautiful than the original.

Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), intended the repaired part to represent water flowing from melting snow. (Akaraku ware tea bowl, named Seppo. Property of Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art) #kintsugi

Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), intended the repaired part to represent water flowing from melting snow. (Akaraku ware tea bowl, named Seppo. Property of Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art) #kintsugi

c18 carved wooden bowl with repairs - "kintsugi" is Japanese term for artful repair of damaged objects

c18 carved wooden bowl with repairs - "kintsugi" is Japanese term for artful repair of damaged objects

Kintsugi, the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer - sometimes even with gold.

Kintsugi, the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer - sometimes even with gold.

Tea bowl, Chawan - Japan, 9 cm diameter    This tea bowl from the Tokugawa period (1603-1868) is made from stone ware. It too shows the beauty of the ephemeral. On the black glaze, the golden cracks appear like flashes.    Private collection, Munich

Tea bowl, Chawan - Japan, 9 cm diameter This tea bowl from the Tokugawa period (1603-1868) is made from stone ware. It too shows the beauty of the ephemeral. On the black glaze, the golden cracks appear like flashes. Private collection, Munich

呼び継ぎ : 「リッタイとウツワ」 Tomomi Kamoshita

呼び継ぎ : 「リッタイとウツワ」 Tomomi Kamoshita


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Kintsugi, the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer -  sometimes even with gold.

Kintsugi, the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer - sometimes even with gold.

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Tea bowl, Chawan - Japan, 9 cm diameter    This tea bowl from the Tokugawa period (1603-1868) is made from stone ware. It too shows the beauty of the ephemeral. On the black glaze, the golden cracks appear like flashes.    Private collection, Munich

Tea bowl, Chawan - Japan, 9 cm diameter This tea bowl from the Tokugawa period (1603-1868) is made from stone ware. It too shows the beauty of the ephemeral. On the black glaze, the golden cracks appear like flashes. Private collection, Munich

blueberrymodern: Japanese art of Kintsukuroi: to repair with gold. craftkammer: Repaired tea bowl Japan early 18th c, Edo period

blueberrymodern: Japanese art of Kintsukuroi: to repair with gold. craftkammer: Repaired tea bowl Japan early 18th c, Edo period

Como uno de tales acabado era el patrón de la original.  Entra en escena como un punto en la llanura de la embarcación, el estilo se ha incrementado.

Como uno de tales acabado era el patrón de la original. Entra en escena como un punto en la llanura de la embarcación, el estilo se ha incrementado.

Kintsukuroi. It is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Kintsugi repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the container even more beautiful than it was prior to being broken.  Not a very common idea in western culture!  http://www.kintsugi.jp/gallery.html

Kintsukuroi. It is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold. Kintsugi repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the container even more beautiful than it was prior to being broken. Not a very common idea in western culture! http://www.kintsugi.jp/gallery.html

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KINTSUKUROI: El arte de la imperfección. Los japoneses creen que cuando algo ha sufrido un daño y tiene una historia, se vuelve más hermoso y por eso reparan objetos rotos rellenando sus grietas con oro o plata. En lugar de tratar de ocultar los defectos y grietas, estos se acentúan y celebran, ya que ahora se han convertido en prueba de la imperfección y la fragilidad, pero también de la resiliencia; la capacidad de recuperarse y hacerse más fuerte.

The art of imperfection

KINTSUKUROI: El arte de la imperfección. Los japoneses creen que cuando algo ha sufrido un daño y tiene una historia, se vuelve más hermoso y por eso reparan objetos rotos rellenando sus grietas con oro o plata. En lugar de tratar de ocultar los defectos y grietas, estos se acentúan y celebran, ya que ahora se han convertido en prueba de la imperfección y la fragilidad, pero también de la resiliencia; la capacidad de recuperarse y hacerse más fuerte.

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