Posted on 23 January 2015
Carl Randall will be giving a talk at University College London Museum about his ‘Hibakusha’ portraits – a series of six drawings of survivors of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. The works are part of the Museum’s permanent collection, and will be on display during the talk.
Tuesday, 3 February, 6.30-7.30pm. Free entry.
Carl Randall discussing art, identity and migration at The Business Design Centre, Islington on Fri 23 January, 1-2pm
Posted on 14 January 2015
Carl Randall, former Daiwa Scholar, has been invited to be part of a discussion panel at The London Art Fair, on the theme of Art, Identity and Migration on Friday 23rd January, 1- 2 pm at The Business Design Centre, Islington.
New film about 'Flash of Splendour' a pioneering creative arts organisation headed by a former Daiwa Scholar
Posted on 8 January 2015
Founded in 2009, Flash of Splendour is a groundbreaking non-profit organisation, working to empower marginalised, disabled and institutionalised children and young people through the arts. Inclusivity is key to its practice. As a pioneering children’s creative arts organisation, it works with music, literature and poetry, the visual arts and theatre to transform lives.
Two former Daiwa Scholars, Edmund de Waal and Merryn Somerset Webb are taking part in the Financial Times Seasonal Appeal auction
Posted on 10 December 2014
Two former Daiwa Scholars, Edmund de Waal and Merryn Somerset Webb, are taking part in the Financial Times Seasonal Appeal auction (a tour with Edmund and lunch with Merryn). The Financial Times Seasonal Appeal is supporting the International Rescue Committee.
Posted on 9 December 2014
We were very touched and honoured to receive an oil painting from former Daiwa Scholar, Carl Randall as a gift to the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation. Once his exhibition at Berloni Gallery ended on 15 November, Carl had the time to drop by at the Foundation on 1 December 2014 and to present us with ‘Taro’. Carl met Taro in Tokyo when both were students at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Former Daiwa Scholar & New Generation Thinker, Dr Chris Harding on Freud and psychotherapy in Japan & India - Sunday, 16 Nov at 18:45 on BBC Radio 3
Posted on 11 November 2014
This Sunday, 16 November at 18:45 on BBC Radio 3, you can listen to former Daiwa Scholar and New Generation Thinker, Dr Chris Harding exploring the influence of Freud on psychotherapy in Japan and India. The programme will then also be available on BBC Iplayer.
Posted on 3 November 2014
Do not miss this opportunity to apply to take part in Sir Peter Parker Awards. Former Daiwa Scholar Louis Barson won in 2008! A wide range of fabulous prizes are available, including a Return Air Ticket to Japan, and many many more!
Posted on 28 October 2014
You are invited to Carl Randall’s Artists Talk, in conjunction with his solo exhibition Shōzō [肖像] at Berloni London on Saturday 8th November, 3 – 5pm. Carl will talk about the paintings and drawings in the exhibition as well as about his time spent in Japan, followed by a Q & A session. The talk is free of charge and there is no need to book, please just pop along.
Posted on 22 October 2014
Carl Randall’s large canvas Tokyo Portrait (pictured) has been purchased for the permanent collection of the prestigious Fondation Carmignac in Paris, France. The painting (acrylic on canvas, 182 X 227cm) was made in Japan and required painting over 200 residents of Tokyo, each painted one by one directly from life at his studio in Tokyo.
Posted on 30 September 2014