This exhibition highlights the contribution made by women to the revival of the demanding art form of Japanese metalwork, presenting Oshiyama Motoko, Otsuki Masako, Hagino Noriko, and Osumi Yukie, each distinct in their modes of expression but united in their embrace and adaptation of traditional methods. Pictured here is Kakuhanmon Vase “Yunagi” (Evening Calm) (2021) by Oshiyama, who creates swirling, agitated surfaces by welding two or more metals.