Urara Tsuchiya / Publication
Urara Tsuchiya
Owl Cave Books

Urara Tsuchiya is a limited edition book of works by Glasgow-based Japanese artist Urara Tsuchiya, in collaboration with photographer Ben Toms. This limited edition features new ceramic and costume works by Tsuchiya, photographed by Toms, with accompanying original texts by Tsuchiya. Tsuchiya’s work spans ceramics, costume, performance, writing, and video. She has recently exhibited at Liste Art Fair, Glasgow International, and Union Pacific in London. Urara Tsuchiya launched at the San Francisco Art Book Fair 2018, and at Union Pacific in London.

By Urara Tsuchiya
Photography by Ben Toms
Edited by Vee and Brian Moran
Designed by Rory Gleeson
Published by Owl Cave Books

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