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Shinohara mug

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item code: 17347

Mug with a bold design from Ushio Shinohara’s work ‘Doll Festival’. Developed by Tate as part of The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop shop collection.

Born in Japan in 1932, Shinohara was one of the founding members of the neo-dada group. His work combines Japanese traditionalism with a provocative take on the work of American pop artists.

Made from bone china. Made in the UK. 9 cm (height) x 9 cm (diameter).

  • Exhibition The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop
  • Material Bone china
  • Dimensions 9 cm x 9 cm
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