Masako Miki: Artist Talk and Tea Ceremony

MASAKO MIKI: Conversations with Fox, Feather, and Ghost  
Extended through Saturday, April 30, 2016
Artist Talk & Tea Ceremony: Thursday, April 28, 4 – 8 PM
Join us Thursday, April 28 at 4 PM for an exhibition walkthrough and conversation between artist Masako Miki and gallery director Aimee Friberg. They will discuss Miki’s work and her exhibition Conversations with Fox, Feather, and Ghost, currently on view at CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. The discussion will follow with a special site-specific tea ceremony that will take place beneath Miki’s paper lantern installation, Kaeru (A Way Home), 2016.Miki’s installation is inspired by the artist’s desire to evoke the experience of visiting a shrine, “a place where the tangible and intangible realms intersect.”  Momaca Usagi will host the Japanese tea ceremony, accompanied by French/Japanese sweets by Eriko Yahiro, påtissier at Chez Panisse.
Limited availability, secure your ticket here
// Originally from Nagoya, Japan, Eriko Yahiro has created desserts and sweets for Ramen Shop, Blue Bottle Coffee and Tartine Bakery. She currently is a full time pâtissier at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California. //// Momoca Usagi is a native of Tochigi, Japan and currently resides in Berkeley, California. She founded Momoca, a boutique for art, design and interiors in Berkeley in 2004. Her creative practice includes installation and various performative crafts such as tea ceremony, Ikebana flower arrangement, and ceramics. //
MASAKO MIKI featured in Estuary MagMASAKO MIKI in the Chronicle and on SFGateMASAKO MIKI: Conversations with Fox, Feather, and Ghost featured in SF/ARTS
Inquire about the availability of works
Image credits: Masako Miki, Conversations with Fox, Feather, and Ghost, 2016; installation views, CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco. Photo: John Wilson White.
CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions
3191 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
cultexhibitions.comWednesdays – Saturdays 12- 6 pm or by appointment
415-800-6604 | info@cultexhibitions.com



Close Window

Discover San Francisco Japantown