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
Posted on 29 July 2014
We are delighted to announce that the National Portrait Gallery in London is now selling prints of Carl Randall’s Japan work.
Carl Randall's 'Tokaido Highway Portraits' to be displayed in Japan for the first time, 8 July to 11 September 2014.
Posted on 23 July 2014
Carl Randall’s Tokaido Highway: Portraits from Edo to the Present will be displayed in Shizuoka, 8 July to 11 September 2014.
Posted on 27 June 2014
Eluned Gramich completed a BA at the University of Oxford, and an MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. She participated on the Daiwa Scholarship 2012 programme, to explore Japan’s literature and culture. Her first published short story, Oku Hanafu was published in ‘Rarebit’, edited by Susie Wild in 2014.
Posted on 16 June 2014
A large painting made by former Daiwa Scholar, Carl Randall in Japan, Tokyo Portrait, is being exhibited at Art Volta 10, Basel, Switzerland, 16 to 21 June. Art Volta runs alongside Art Basel, one of the world’s largest and most prestigious art fairs.
Posted on 16 June 2014
Carl Randall’s ‘Hibakusha Portraits’ (a series of 6 drawings of survivors of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima), are now part of the permanent collection of University College London Museum. The drawings were inspired by John Hersey’s book ‘Hiroshima’, in which the American journalist interviewed 6 survivors just after the atomic bomb was dropped. Carl’s set of 6 portraits are intended as a visual equivalent of Hersey’s documentary account. They are being exhibited at University College London Museum on 18 and 19 June (1pm to 5pm) as part of the museum’s permanent collection.
Posted on 6 May 2014
The Executive Training Programme (ETP) is a business and human resources development programme financed by the European Union. ETP enables EU companies and their executives to develop their business plan and build knowledge of Japanese/Korean business practices, culture and language in order to succeed in these markets.
Posted on 20 January 2014
Renowned potter, author and former Daiwa Scholar, Edmund de Waal is showcasing his work at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge from Friday, 29 November 2013 to Sunday, 23 February 2014.