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TEABOWLS : Form, Function, Expression

TEABOWLS :  Form, Function, Expression

Inspired by the Japanese teabowl tradition, this major exhibition presents a remarkable variety of chawan, or teabowls, and other small vessels, with some 300 pieces by more than 60 makers from all parts of the world. The works on show range from traditional pieces by legendary Japanese and British potters to contemporary vessels – functional […]

Shinro Ohtake

Shinro Ohtake

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art will present a solo exhibition devoted to the work of Japanese artist Shinro Ohtake. The exhibition is Ohtake’s first major show in a public London institution and provides an important exposure of Ohtake’s early, recent and new works. It focuses particularly on his ‘Retina’ and ‘Time Memory’ series, but […]

553 YEARS JOURNEY of IKENOBO FLORAL ART

553 YEARS JOURNEY of  IKENOBO FLORAL ART

Croydon celebrates Ikenobo Floral Art Exhibition“553 years Journey” At Arnhem Gallery, Fairfield Halls, Croydon On 11th October 2014 10.30am – 6.00pm / 12th October 2014 10.30am – 5.00pm Entry ticket £4. A demonstration by Headmaster Designate Yuki Ikenobo from Kyoto, Japan on 11th October 2014 (Saturday) at 2pm. Ticket £6 Advance booking : tel 020-8664-5901 […]

Contemplative nature

Contemplative nature

In their first exhibition in Britain, and within the context of Anise Gallery’s architectural ethos, husband and wife artists Setsuko and Shigetomo Suzuki join forces to showcase a body of work that explores humanity and our interaction with the world. From the purely utilitarian to our relationship with nature, questions about beauty, harmony and reverence […]

Chun Kyungwoo Solo Exhibition

Chun Kyungwoo Solo Exhibition

Embracing the contemporary resistance against the traditional notion of photography – that it captures the moment of reality – Chun Kyungwoo (b. 1969) studies on the vast possibilities of the medium focusing on the subjectivity and relativity that explore the fundaments of relationships. Often characterised by the blurred contour and obscurity from the long exposure […]

Gekiga: Alternative Manga from Japan Exhibition

Gekiga: Alternative Manga from Japan Exhibition

Over the last twenty-five years, manga and anime have been one of Japan’s greatest cultural exports, attracting fans and followers around the world. One significant and sometimes overlooked chapter in the history of how manga conquered the world is revealed in this new exhibition on alternative manga or ‘gekiga’. Gekiga was the spark which, between […]

Nana Shiomi – Reverse: Universe

Nana Shiomi – Reverse: Universe

A Scottish premiere solo exhibition of prints by Japanese artist Nana Shiomi. This exhibition includes new work commissioned and published by Edinburgh Printmakers. This exhibition will be Shiomi’s first solo exhibition in Scotland and showcases her recent achievement as a printmaker. As a Japanese artist who has been living and working in the UK, Shiomi […]

It’s a Wrap: Japanese furoshiki past and present

It’s a Wrap: Japanese furoshiki past and present

The Rugby Art Gallery and Museum presents a new large scale exhibition focusing on furoshiki, a square shaped piece of cloth used for wrapping and carry different types of merchandise or gifts. Featuring loans of textiles from museum collections in the UK and pieces not seen in the UK before from collections in Japan, the […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club