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Private Viewing, Artist Talk and Workshop with Ichijoh Shimotani

Private Viewing, Artist Talk and Workshop with Ichijoh Shimotani

The Japan Society is delighted to invite you to a private viewing of Ichijoh Shimotani’s ‘Life and Hopes for the Future’, an extensive exhibition featuring eight spectacular byobu-e (folding screens, literally ‘wind wall pictures’) and 25 kakejiku (hanging scrolls). In addition to the exhibition, Shimotani, a bokusai painter based in Osaka, will be leading a […]

Journey of Manga

Journey of Manga

An exhibition of manga will be on view at Sotheran’s this Autumn ; antiquarian wood-cut engravings, contemporary limited edition prints, original drawing, ranging in subject matter and genre . The exhibition will chart the development of the artistic tradition of manga, specifically from the early 19th Century through to the contemporary artwork of Studio Ghibli. […]

START Art Fair

START Art Fair

START, presented by Prudential, is held at Saatchi Gallery between 10th and 13th September. Its aim is to shine a spotlight on emerging artists and new art scenes. 38 galleries from cities such as Seoul, Cape Town and Riga showcase the best of their gallery rosters with an emphasis on artists who are new to […]

Pace London and Women for Women International Present Kohei Nawa

Pace London and Women for Women International Present Kohei Nawa

London — Pace London, in association with Women for Women International, is pleased to present an exhibition of work by the Japanese artist Kohei Nawa. The exhibition will be staged at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens from 8 to 22 September 2015. Moving fluidly between media, Kohei Nawa’s installations and sculptures explore concepts such as […]

Shinya Fujii : Outsider art from Japan

Shinya Fujii : Outsider art from Japan

Outside In and the Julian Hartnoll Gallery are delighted to announce the opening of an exhibition of intricate ink drawings by Japanese artist Shinya Fujii at the Julian Hartnoll Gallery in London. The first time his work has been seen outside of Japan. Shinya Fujii: Outsider art from Japanwill run from 4 – 13 September. […]

The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History

The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History

This exhibition is dedicated to Bukchon, a district of Seoul and a reservoir of Korean arts, crafts and royal lifestyles, bearing traces from the turbulent history of the Joseon Dynasty (14th – 19th Centrury). The Korean Craft: Human, Place, History shows the Bukchon neighbourhood and its crafts through art objects and audiovisual installations. The Opening […]

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

Emi Fujisawa exhibition – Timeless Tale

The earth moves, the sky changes, the tree grows and slowly it catches the sunshine. The moss is gradually transpiring in the shade. Individuals accept individuals and they bond with each other. I am exploring a passage of time through textiles. Inspired by time-honored textiles and techniques, I have developed cooper weaves from natural dyed […]

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

Takehisa Kosugi: SPACINGS

The Ikon Gallery present the first major exhibition by Japanese composer and artist Takehisa Kosugi. Kosugi was a pioneer of experimental music in Japan in the early 1960s and is considered to be one of the most influential artists of his generation. The exhibition will feature three of the artist’s sound installations, involving everyday materials […]

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