Texture & Tradition

Japanese Woven Bamboo

July 30, 2011July 28, 2013
North Building - Level 5 — Included in general admission.

Focusing on Japanese woven bamboo, over 70 beautiful pieces will be displayed in this installation, including baskets, screens, trays, containers, accessories, hand warmers, and a chair. Among the works on view are pieces by basket makers who have been designated Living National Treasures. Texture and Tradition: Japanese Woven Bamboo highlights works from the Lutz Bamboo Collection and gifts from Paul M. Hoff III and Hazel W. Hoff in memory of Paul M. Hoff Jr.

Texture and Tradition is located in the Walter + Mona Lutz Gallery, a gallery on the level 5 of the North Building designated for bamboo works from China, Japan, and Korea.

On view through July 28, 2013.

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Texture and Tradition: Japanese Woven Bamboo has been organized by the Denver Art Museum.