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A History of the Japanese Print

A History of the Japanese Print

Tiger Tanuki presents a unique sales exhibition, tracing the history of the Japanese print from the classic ukiyo-e (‘pictures of the floating world’) of the Edo period (1615-1867) to the modern shin hanga and sosaku hanga prints of the 20th century. The exhibition features original works by renowned artists such as Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865), probably […]

‘Between Serenity and Dynamism’ an exhibition of Korean Ceramics

‘Between Serenity and Dynamism’ an exhibition of Korean Ceramics

The Korean Craft and Design Foundation (KCDF) presents ‘Between Serenity and Dynamism; Korean Ceramics’, an exhibition that explores the beauty and heritage of Korean ceramics, and the contrast and harmony between the traditional and more contemporary forms of the craft that exists in Korea today. The exhibition – first to be shown at Salone del […]

Sheer Pleasure: Frank Brangwyn and the Art of Japan

Sheer Pleasure: Frank Brangwyn and the Art of Japan

To mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Anglo-Welsh artist Frank Brangwyn RA (1867-1956), William Morris Gallery is staging a special exhibition showing the rarely displayed Brangwyn collection of Japanese prints and paintings. On show are not only works of art including ukiyo-e prints by Utagawa Hiroshige and Katsushika Hokusai, but also works, sketches, […]

2017 KCCUK Open Call II_1:60 by Jeongwon Eom

2017 KCCUK Open Call II_1:60 by Jeongwon Eom

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) presents Jeongwon Eom’s first solo show in the UK entitled 1:60. As the finalist of the KCCUK’s 2017 Open Call Exhibition, Eom explores how one individual can use a series of self-measurements to creatively envisage their environment and make the territory surrounding it expand and grow. Eom’s winning proposal […]

The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945

The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945

In an exhibition co-organised with the Japan Foundation, Barbican presents the first major UK exhibition to focus on Japanese domestic architecture from the end of the Second World War to now, a field which has consistently produced some of the most influential and extraordinary examples of modern and contemporary design. Featuring over 40 architects, ranging […]

Flora Japonica exhibition – private view

Flora Japonica exhibition – private view

Botanical art has always been an important part of Japanese culture and continues to flourish, with both professional artists and also a large number of amateurs producing excellent botanical illustrations. Combining elegance and sense of design with scientific rigour, the botanical paintings show wild Japanese plants in perfect detail, capturing the diversity and artistic beauty […]

Noh time like the present… A Tribute to Akira Matsui

Noh time like the present… A Tribute to Akira Matsui

These two performances at LSO St Luke’s are a rare opportunity to experience the 650-year-old art of noh, and the genius of classical noh performer Akira Matsui, now age 70, in a bold collaboration with western opera, theatre, ballet, music and poetry. We are particularly pleased that this special programme will include ‘Rockaby’ by Samuel […]

Yuko Mohri: Moré Moré [Leaky]

Yuko Mohri: Moré Moré [Leaky]

Reflecting upon the work displayed in the current exhibition Lose Your Mind, this talk will consider the materiality of traditional Japenese art, covering the major styles, themes and formats before moving on to the continuity and innovation observed in contemporary forms. White Rainbow presents the first UK solo exhibition of Japanese installation artist Yuko Mohri. […]

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