Yuta Segawa

Yuta Segawa is a Japanese ceramic artist specialising in producing miniature pottery. He learned high ceramic skills in Japan and China and developed these skills into techniques for making miniature pots in London.

All miniature pots are individually thrown by hand and Yuta uses more than five hundred original, hand-made glazes. Miniature pottery relates to the issue of the relationship between artists’ bodies and their works. It is a challenge to test the limits of what a human body can make on such a small scale.

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2015, Gallery Iroha, Netherlands

2015, The Glass House, American University in Dubai, Dubai

2011, “SEA OF BLOOD”, Gallery Jin, Tokyo

2011, “NEW WORKS”, C2 Gallery, Jingdezhen, China


Selected Group Exhibitions:

2016, “Ceramic Art London”, Central Saint Martins, London

2016, “Start Art Fair”, Saatchi Gallery, London

2015 ”Ceramics in the city”, Geffrye Museum, London

2015, “The White Show”, Flow gallery, London

2015, “Design Junction UAL booth”, London

2015, ”Dulwich Artists’ Open House”, Tom&Ingrid Beazly House, London

2014, ”Dulwich Artists’ Open House”, Tom&Ingrid Beazly House, London

2014, ”MAVA Interim Show”, Brixton East, London

2011, “Emerging Directors Art Fair: ULTTA004”, Spiral Garden, Tokyo

2009, “Ra”, Gado Gallery, Tokyo

2009, “Sansy Sanyo”, Gado Gallery, Tokyo

2008, “Ra”, Upstairs Gallery, Tokyo

2015, MA, Designer Maker, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London

2011, BA, Industrial, Interior and Craft Design, Musashino Art University, Tokyo