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27th May 2014

Japanese art is very distinctive and contrasts greatly with classical European art and clearly religious differences, environmental factors, distance, limited social interaction between both poles and other important factors is behind this. Ike No ...full story

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

11th May 2014

He recently led a Carnegie Museums group of 18 to see "Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal," a Warhol retrospective that has traveled across Asia for two years and closed Tuesday at Tokyo's Mori Art Museum. The show ... Earlier this year, Sotheby's in ...full story

11th May 2014

2014年7月12日(土)、13日(日)に第12回目となる現代美術のアートフェア「ART OSAKA 2014」をホテルグランヴィア大阪の26階で開催。 今年は、現代美術を専門的に扱う国内外の53ギャラリーが一堂に会し、国際的に活躍するアーティストたちから、将来を期待できる若手作家 ...full story

10th May 2014

The power of the Shinto faith runs deep throughout the fabric of Japanese religion, folklore, culture and other important aspects of society. Buddhism which emanated from outside of Japan would also greatly impact itself within the fabric of society ...full story

10th May 2014

Her first fog installation was in 1970 at the Osaka World Expo, where she enveloped the Pepsi Pavilion in dense fog in collaboration with the avant-garde artists' collaborative Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), founded by artist Robert ...full story

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

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

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