استادیار گروه هنر اسلامی، دانشگاه هنر. تهران، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
Getemono ceramics are Japanese handmade ceramics which are made by unknown craftsmen. From the standpoint of mingei criterion of beauty, these ceramics privileged specifically.The movement developed nationwide campaign for the revival of folk crafts and nourished a cultural ethnic nationalism in new modern Japan. Although the mingei movement is well known in ceramic art and its educational system in the world, unfortunately as a result of lacking adequate references and researches, it’s not familiar in Iran, so this article is based on analyzing aesthetical aspects of getemono ceramics, the objective and subjective ones from the mingei criterion of beauty views of point, also describing the mingei movement and its origins then interpreting the cultural and philosophical roots of getemono Japanese ceramics. In this article the objective beauty commented as the beauty of natural materials, manufacturing process, visual qualities and application and the subjective beauty interprets the beauty of endogenous nature of producer and purchasers and consumers. This article uses the library techniques and analyzing the descriptions. Getemono ceramics possess the purest beauty, for they are supported by tradition power, although has simplicity and irregularity in form and design, The unknown craftsman makes his work unawareness, selflessness, honest, with the nature and divine power and uses natural materials under the functional intention, which results inexpensiveness and plurality. They’ve intimacy provides beauty which surpasses any other kinds. They have made under the native, religious and nationalist beliefs, like Shintoism, Taoism and Buddhism.