Blue and white, a visually striking colour combination in the finest art across Asia for centuries, is found in all types of Japanese art. This exhibition explores this aesthetic via the Kyoto-based Kondō family, distinguished masters of sometsuke (cobalt blue and white porcelain). Across generations, their mastery culminates in the work of the featured gallery artist, Kondō Takahiro (b. 1958). In addition to the Kondō artists, the presentation will showcase past masters such as Hamada Shōji, Kawai Kanjirō, Kitaōji Rosanjin, Kamoda Shōji, and Kusube Yaichi, and by younger contemporary talents such as Inaba Chikako and Imai Sadamasa.