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A Taste of Korea

A Taste of Korea

Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art is proud to present an exhibition of contemporary Korean art at its new Mayfair premises. This elegantly…

Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Exhibition: Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He…

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Yva Jung; The Winner of the KCCUK ‘2015 Spring Open Call’

Born in Seoul in 1983, Yva Jung lives and works in London. She is a recipient of International Fellowship and grants…

Eastern Exchanges: East Asian Craft and Design

Eastern Exchanges: East Asian Craft and Design

This exhibition will trace the history and future of East Asian craft and design and its global influence in this exhibition…

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Seminar View all

Shodo : Japanese Calligraphy. Open to everyone. Learn how to write your name in Japanese. Old clothes recommeneded due to…

Sculpture continues to be a focal part of contemporary Japanese art, and many world-renowned Japanese artists employing the medium have…

Translated literally as “flowers at the crossroads”, tsujigahana refers to a sophisticated stitched- and tied-resist dyeing technique that was especially…

Japan has a rich tradition of textile production, crafting remarkable fabrics that reveal the country’s considered aesthetics. From century to…

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Japan Society Book Club: The Sea and Poison by Shusaku Endo

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London Korean Film Night: One Fine Spring Day (2001)

London Korean Film Night: One Fine Spring Day (2001)

Sang-wu is a sound engineer who lives with his grandmother, his widowed father and his sister. One winter, he meets radio programme director, Eun-su. Sang-wu and Eun-su go on a trip to find sounds of nature for her radio…

Theatre On Screen No.2 – Madame Ong

Theatre On Screen No.2 – Madame Ong

Madame Ong is based on the pansori folktale “Byeongangsoe-jeon, which is widely regarded as being an “ folktale for adults, ” and was the first R-rated Changgeuk from the ‘Lost Pansori Restoration Project’. The story has often been overlooked…

Films at the Embassy of Japan: Three for the Road やじきた道中てれすこ

Films at the Embassy of Japan: Three for the Road やじきた道中てれすこ

In a story set in the Edo period, Yaji lives alone in a ramshackle house, eking out a living sculpting fancy pastries. He is in love with Okino, a popular local courtesan who he feels is beyond his reach.…

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club