This 64-page book is the catalog published in conjunction with the 2019 Daisuke Iguchi exhibition at Pierre Marie Giraud. Text is by Patrick Favardin, Elisabeth Vedrenne, David Cameo, and Pierre Marie Giraud. Iguchi is a ceramic artist born in Tochigi, Japan, where he continues to live and work today. Embracing the concept of Sabi—an admiration of that which is old and faded—his works celebrate the wearing effect of time on all things. His vessels are hand-built and given a textured skin obtained through the application of ashes, precise firings, and polishing. The curves and volumes of his elegant and ample shapes are highlighted by his signature surface patterns. The ceramics of Daisuke have the presence of ritual artifacts and sacred objects.