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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 is an artist exploring the supposedly polar notions of orderliness and fantasy. His installations select materials for their capacity to suggest ambiguity: traditional like metal, light and fragile like paper, invisible like sound. These […]

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 including the Jerome Foundation (2011) and Arts Council Korea (2011, 2008). Her previous exhibitions include: CAFAM Biennale, CAFA Art Museum (China, 2014), Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (UK, 2013), Taipei Contemporary Art Center […]

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 inspired by objects from Manchester Art Gallery’s collection. The show features over 1,500 years of the rich craft heritage of Japan, China and Korea: ceramics, metalwork, furniture, lacquer, textiles and sculpture, with exhibits ranging […]

Kenji Yoshida : Infinite Light

Kenji Yoshida : Infinite Light

October Gallery, London, will present a solo exhibition of works by the late artist, Kenji Yoshida from 2nd April – 9 May 2015. The show will focus on his exquisite works in oils and metals, created in the latter part of his life. Yoshida was born in 1924 in Ikeda City (part of present day […]

Private viewing and artist talk: Sketches from the Poem Road

Private viewing and artist talk: Sketches from the Poem Road

Join us for a private viewing of Isao Miura’s Sketches from the Poem Road, with accompanying talks by Isao and his collaborator, the poet Chris Beckett. In spring 1689, Matsuo Basho set off from Edo (now Tokyo) on a long risky journey to the north of Japan. He travelled light, he tells us, just a […]

Sogetsu Ikebana Exhibition and demonstration

Sogetsu Ikebana Exhibition and demonstration

Japanese flower arranging exhibition giving an excellent insight into the modern ikebana art of the Sogetsu school. Many floral exhibits will be displayed by local and foreign artists. Ikebana teachers will be present to give information and answer visitors questions. Mrs Rica Arai from Paris will give an hour long demonstration at 12pm in the […]

We Won’t Forget You- Japan Disaster 4 years on

We Won’t Forget You- Japan Disaster 4 years on

Rev Dick and Yuki Johnson will show photos of areas affected by 2011 disaster taken during the visit last summer and shared our thoughts. We will have prayer to remember those who have been having difficult lives since 2011 disaster. We will display some craftwork made by residents of temporary housings in Fukushima and any […]

The Art of Encounter: In Conversation with Lee Ufan

The Art of Encounter: In Conversation with Lee Ufan

Lee Ufan was born in 1936 in South Korea and now lives and works in Kamakura (Japan) and Paris (France). Lee is the main theorist of the Japanese movement Mono Ha. ‘The Art of Encounter: In Conversation with Lee Ufan’ will explore Lee‘s aesthetics within the context of international contemporary art movements, the political meaning […]

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