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Like A Prime Number by Enrico Isamu Oyama

Like A Prime Number by Enrico Isamu Oyama

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation presents Like A Prime Number, the solo exhibition by Japanese-Italian visual artist Enrico Isamu Oyama. Oyama is best known for the signature style Quick Turn Structure (QTS): minimal, free-flowing motifs of repetitive lines, developed from the visual language of graffiti culture and contextualized in the realm of contemporary art. QTS is […]

Godai Tomoatsu. Mancunian Overtures and the Japanese Industrial Connection

Godai Tomoatsu. Mancunian Overtures and the Japanese Industrial Connection

150 years ago a secret visit to Manchester and the North West by Godai Tomoatsu, student and agent of the Prince of Satsuma, from the south of the Japan, helped inspire and ignite the Japanese Industrial Revolution – creating Japan’s first ‘economic miracle’. Godai’s visits to mills, mines and merchants from the pioneering Manchester Chamber […]

Creation from Catastrophe – how Architecture rebuilds Communities

Creation from Catastrophe – how Architecture rebuilds Communities

Destruction and devastation present unique opportunities to radically rethink our environment. This exhibition explores the varying ways that cities and communities have been re-imagined in the aftermath of natural or man-made exhibitions. Among the exhibition’s case studies, a number of Japanese architects and movements will be represented including the Metabolism movement showcasing works by Arata […]

Cream Screens: Takashi Makino and [+] Collective

Cream Screens: Takashi Makino and [+] Collective

A leading figure in Japanese experimental filmmaking, Takashi Makino will present a selection of his recent works, as well as those by some of his contemporaries from the Tokyo-based [+] collective. Incorporating CREAM SCREENS, this pair of screenings forms part of Makino’s first international solo exhibition Cosmos: Takashi Makino which runs from 22 January – […]

Throwing Shadows: Japanese Expanded Cinema in the Time of Pop

Throwing Shadows: Japanese Expanded Cinema in the Time of Pop

Throwing Shadows celebrates remarkable and little seen works by Japanese artists who worked with film, performance and projection in the age of pop. This event series, presented in partnership with Tate Modern, features artists Keiichi Tanaami and Toshio Matsumoto, as well as the first solo presentations in Europe of the films and performances of Jun’ichi […]

Material Witness by Saya Kubota

Material Witness by Saya Kubota

Material Witness presents Saya Kubota’s new bodies of works around memory and physical traces of the past which, although they have seemingly altered in form or even to have disappeared, still persist in the present time and space. From modified paintings to an unusual postal service, they signal what their material existences might have witnessed. […]

‘Dialogues of Space’ Heeseung Chung and Onejoon Che

‘Dialogues of Space’ Heeseung Chung and Onejoon Che

The Korean Cultural Centre UK presents Dialogues of Space, an exhibition that explores physical and metaphorical spaces through the medium of photography by Korean contemporary artists Onejoon Che and Heeseung Chung. The exhibition, on show from 15 December 2015, has been curated by MA students from the Whitechapel Gallery and London Metropolitan University. Onejoon Che’s […]

Hideyuki Katsumata: USO de HONTOU

Hideyuki Katsumata: USO de HONTOU

This autumn, Dundee Contemporary Arts has invited Japanese artist Hideyuki Katsumata to transform their galleries into psychedelic landscapes of cartoon strips. The exhibition, titled USO de HONTO, features a large-scale mural and prints made at the DCA, and is the artist’s biggest exhibition to date and first ever in the UK. Date: 3 October 2015 […]

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