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27th April 2014

"Maruyama-koen Park is the epicenter of cherry blossom viewing in Kyoto," said Eric Shiner, director of The Andy Warhol Museum, who led the Carnegie Museums group on a two-week contemporary art tour of Japan. "During cherry blossom season, it is so ...full story

17th April 2014

The printmaker Nishikawa Sukenobu (1671-1750) was unusual by ukiyo-e standards because he was based in the imperial city of Kyoto and therefore he was an “outsider” in some ways. However, this fact also gave him more freedom to focus on his own ...full story

6th April 2014

Nishikawa Sukenobu was born in 1671 and until his death in the middle of the eighteenth century, this stunning artist opened up aspects of the role of women in Japanese society. Also, with Sukenobu being based in Kyoto then this provides a rarity ...full story

5th April 2014

In addition to Ze'ami, in Kyoto we meet a young conservator working on a Buddha statue, observe a noh mask maker carefully ply his chisel, watch a noh actor during and after a performance, and witness the rebuilding rituals of the Great Shrine of Ise ...full story

19th February 2014

Last week, New York Post media reporter Keith J. Kelly had the scoop on a shake-up at Louise Blouin Media. Depending on which side was talking, the departure of editor-in-chief Ben ... Since joining the magazine in 2010 as senior associate editor ...full story

14th February 2014

The event in Kobe will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Kobe Art Village Center, a five-minute walk from Shinkaichi Station on the Kobe Kosoku Line. The Kyoto session will run from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Kyoto Art Center, five minutes by foot ...full story

8th February 2014

To counter the usual emphasis on Edo (now Tokyo) and Kyoto in Japanese art scholarship, and the idea of a homogenous people, Points of Departure is organized by region-beginning in the South, traditionally the entry point for influences from China ...full story

7th February 2014

Inside Japan offers a 15-night self-guided Arts Trail tour, including two nights on Naoshima, as well as art spots in Tokyo, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hakone and Matsue. See insidejapantours.com. MORE INFORMATION. setouchi-artfest.jp; benesse-artsite.jp/en.and more »full story

22nd January 2014

The exhibition is organized by the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, which has provided 50 of the paintings on display. The Japanese artists here, which include names familiar in Japan such as Seiki Kuroda, Sotaro Yasui and Fujita Tsuguharu , in ...full story

22nd January 2014

Japanese artwork collected by an American who served as an art adviser for the General Headquarters of the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers has returned to Tokyo for a limited time. “Admired from Afar: Masterworks of Japanese Painting from the ...full story

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