Jun Kaneko is on display November 29, 2008 through February 8, 2009. The exhibit is an extensive representation of Jun Kaneko’s work over the past two decades in ceramic sculpture, drawings and paintings. Kaneko’s work is engaged in serious explorations of order and disorder, simplicity and complexity, deliberate action and spontaneity. Mainly identified as a sculptor, Kaneko also works in glass, textiles, bronze, paper and canvas. Born in Japan and currently residing in Omaha, Nebraska, Kaneko is internationally recognized as being at the forefront of the ceramics movement. His massive tapered ceramic forms can be as much as eleven feet high and weigh thousands of pounds and Kaneko is one of the few artists in modern history to attempt clay pieces of such magnitude.