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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 […]

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Shortly after the island of Gunkanjima (also known as Battleship Island) was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, Nagasaki City granted photographer MAKIKO rare permission to visit and photograph the abandoned island in order to show it as it is now and remember how it was through the memories of a former resident […]

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Paradise Revisited – A trip back to a childhood on Gunkanjima

Shortly after the island of Gunkanjima (also known as Battleship Island) was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, Nagasaki City granted photographer MAKIKO rare permission to visit and photograph the abandoned island in order to show it as it is now and remember how it was through the memories of a former resident […]

KCC UK Exhibitions: Hoyeon Kang

KCC UK Exhibitions: Hoyeon Kang

The Korean Cultural Centre UK is proud to announce that Hoyeon Kang has been selected for the 2016 Spring Open Call Exhibition. His proposal was chosen from over 135 applicants and we are looking forward to this exciting instalment in our Open Call exhibition programme. Born in Chung-Ju in 1985, Hoyeon Kang lives and works […]

Haiku Prelude – Haiku Kami 2016_17 March 2016 at Brunswick East London

Haiku Prelude – Haiku Kami 2016_17 March 2016 at Brunswick East London

Haiku Prelude – Haiku Kami is an ongoing project since 2012 in aid of orphans of Tohoku Earthquake. The annual exhibition and fundraising event 2016 takes place at Brunswick East London. This year the event will be accompanied by homemade Japanese delicacies by Norico Uchima, self-taught nutrition guru and vintage clothing dealer. Address: Brunswick East […]

Talk: Ryoichi Kurokawa: unfold

Talk: Ryoichi Kurokawa: unfold

unfold is a major new work by Japanese audio-visual artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, exploring the birth and evolution of stars in a captivating and tactile audio-visual installation. This innovative sensory experience will premiere at Kurokawa’s first solo exhibition in the UK, presented by FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool from 11 March to […]

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 […]

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