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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. […]

teamLab: Transcending Boundaries

teamLab: Transcending Boundaries

London—Pace London is delighted to announce Transcending Boundaries, an exhibition of works by teamLab featuring three rooms of immersive installations, two of which have never been seen before. The exhibition will be on view from 25 January to 11 March 2017 at 6 Burlington Gardens. Transcending Boundaries will explore the role of digital technology in […]

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Mashiko Pottery Japan at Home London

Shoji Hamada, designated a ‘Living National Treasure’ in 1955 and one of the main founders of the ‘Mingei’ (Arts and Craft) movement, was the principle reviver of Mashiko-yaki (pottery). Although a traditional craft, Mashiko-yaki was developed through Hamada s expericenc of life in the UK, and interactions with groundbreaking craftsman of the era including Charles […]

2s, 3s and 4s by Natsko Seki

2s, 3s and 4s by Natsko Seki

2s, 3s & 4s is the first London solo exhibition of Natsko Seki, an established freelance illustrator known for her bright and playful style. For Seki, each project is an opportunity to take up a challenge and discover more – experimenting with new techniques in the pursuit of a new language. Exploring the role of […]

Contact Points Talk and Lecture

Contact Points Talk and Lecture

In association with the Japan Foundation, the Tate Research Centre will host an evening of artistic exploration. As part of Tate Research Centre: Asia’s Visiting Fellowship Programme 2016, Eva Bentcheva and Yohko Watanabe present the culmination of their research, promising to deepen awareness and understanding of the challenge that Asian art presents to the UK. […]

Experience Japan Exhibition 2016

Experience Japan Exhibition 2016

The Experience Japan Exhibition aims to showcase the various exciting opportunities to study and work in Japan. This year, around 20 of Japan’s leading universities will be attending to provide information on degree programmes taught entirely in English, as well as on the research opportunities, summer courses and other options open to international students. There […]

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