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Balthus' renaissance of Realism - The Japan Times kyoto
24th July 2014

At “Balthus” at the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, graphic Expressionism is evident in “Balthus and Mitsou” (1916), a series of ink drawings about the artist's travels with a cat. These were published in 1921 by his mother's lover, the German poet ... full story
Castellani Art Museum presents 'Between Two Worlds: Poured Paperworks by ... - Niagara Frontier Publications kyoto
14th July 2014

The Japan Culture Center of Western New York, in partnership with the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, is proud to announce a new exhibition showcasing the work of Sarah Brayer, a Rochester-born artist living in Kyoto. Since the 1980s ... full story
Architect Designs Home Inspired By A Folded Piece Of Paper - PSFK kyoto
12th July 2014

The two-story home is located in the Gion neighborhood in Kyoto, Japan, a region notable for origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. The F-House, however, was not inspired by the papercraft artform, but, rather, the architect folded in ... full story
Two American Researchers, One Japanese Artist to Receive Japan's 30 th ... - Business Wire (press release) kyoto
20th June 2014

KYOTO, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Inamori Foundation today announced the 30th annual Kyoto Prize laureates: two pioneering researchers from the U.S. and one Japanese artist. Dr. Robert Langer, a biomedical engineer and Institute Professor at ... full story
Artist strives to revive ukiyo-e glory - The Japan Times kyoto
5th June 2014

KYOTO – Inuki Tachihara, a 62-year-old self-taught woodblock artist, has devoted half his life to reviving the lost beauty of ukiyo-e masterpieces from the Edo Period (1603-1867) by printing them exactly as they would have been made then, with their ... full story
Cornell Museum New Summer Exhibit - The Pineapple Newspaper kyoto
3rd June 2014

Hiromi Moneyhun from Jacksonville is a paper-cut artist from Kyoto, Japan. Her three dimensional works combine traditional Japanese visual art forms with the “super- modernity” now found in Japan's largest cities. She has been most influenced by Edo ... full story
Artistic blend of Japan, India - The Hindu kyoto
26th May 2014

The journey from Kyoto, Japan, to Bangalore has been an enriching one for this Japanese artist who can speak, read and write Kannada, sing Kannada songs, and says she feels at home at Kundapur. Meet Megumi Sakakida Deepak for whom India is her ... full story
Kyoto photography show pushes the frame - The Japan Times kyoto
29th April 2014

Kyotographie, now in its second year, aims to bridge that gap by putting photography as an art form and a narrative front and center in the court of the public. The overarching theme for this year's festival is “Our Environments”; the plural “S” is ... full story
April puts Kyoto in bloom - Pittsburgh Post Gazette kyoto
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
Sukenobu and Japanese Art: Women in Imperial Kyoto - Modern Tokyo Times kyoto
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
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