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Beauty of Synthesis, Meditation and Traces (Ma) by Toshihiro Hamano

Beauty of Synthesis, Meditation and Traces (Ma) by Toshihiro Hamano

By absorbing diverse, sometimes contradictory, elements of cultural influences from East Asia, Japanese art has always encompassed within itself inconsistency and accomplishment in seeking to make sense of the fundamental nature of the world. Consequently, there is an uneasy dichotomy between art uncovering and art transcending our understanding of the universe. This contradiction inherent in […]

Nama Ato: Japanese Outsider Art

Nama Ato: Japanese Outsider Art

Nama Ato: Japanese Outsider Art is a touring exhibition of three Japanese visual artists whose work is being presented in the UK for the first time. Unlimited, in partnership with Outside In and Pallant House Gallery, will tour this work to four venues. Koji Nishioka’s intuitive musical scores are related to existing pieces of music, […]

Make Your Movement: Korean Contemporary Objects, A New Approach

Make Your Movement: Korean Contemporary Objects, A New Approach

The Korea Craft and Design Foundation presents Make Your Movement: Korean Contemporary Objects, A New Approach (1 August to 17 September), an exhibition curated to showcase a new phase in Korean craft, influenced by the concept of ‘movement’, at the Korean Cultural Centre in London. The exhibition brings together 18 designers, makers and craftsmen from […]

Koki Tanaka: Liverpool Biennial 2016

Koki Tanaka: Liverpool Biennial 2016

Koki Tanaka is an artist based in Los Angeles and Kyoto whose diverse practice spans video, photography, site-specific installation and interventional projects. For his Liverpool Biennial 2016 commission, Tanaka will revisit the scene of a huge protest in Liverpool in 1985. Tanaka’s work as a result of this project will be on display at the […]

Existing City/New Resource

Existing City/New Resource

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is proud to present an exhibition entitled Existing City/ New Resource from 20 June – 16 July 2016 at the KCCUK. The pop-up version of this exhibition, which accompanied the seminar Architecture and the Evolving “Commons”– London and Seoul 2 June in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture […]

The enduring charm of Ikenobo

The enduring charm of Ikenobo

AGM of London chapter ikebana International at 11.30 followed by demonstration by Martine Gracey of the Sogetsu school to start around 12.45 Date: 7 June 2016, 11.30am Venue: The Brompton Oratory Church Hall, Brompton Road, SW7 2RP E-mail: president@ikebana.org.uk Web: http://www.ikebana.org.uk Organiser: Ikebana International London Chapter 6

Paper: beyond the fold Exhibition

Paper: beyond the fold Exhibition

Paper: beyond the fold’ exhibition includes much of ‘Paper Rhythms: weave and braid’ by Mayumi Kaneko and Jennie Parry first shown in Tokyo in 2014, plus some major new work as well as work using paper by other artists. Open 10-5 every day. Takadai demonstrations by Jennie on Saturday 14 & 28 May, 11 & […]

REFLECTIONS Exhibition of Japanese Art (by the students of Master Koshu)

REFLECTIONS Exhibition of Japanese Art (by the students of Master Koshu)

Koshu is the Japanese title of a Master Calligrapher, Akemi Lucas. She was born in Japan, and at the age of eight started to learn Japanese Calligraphy with her teacher, Mr Seizan Fujimoto. Currently, building on traditional skills Koshu has learnt, she is now embracing new ideas. Her latest work depicts the harmony between the […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club