News tagged "art"
Posted on 25 November 2013
Port* Talk about the Shunga exhibition currently on at the British Museum, on Thursday, 28th November, 20.00-21.30.
Posted on 4 November 2013
The exhibition NATURAL FLUX is a unique exploration of nature as contemporary art, through the medium of bonsai and will be showing at Brick Lane Gallery Annexe (93-95 Sclater Street) 6th-11th November. NATURAL FLUX was initiated by professional bonsai specialist Peter Warren and is the continuation of an idea which dates back over 150 years in Japanese
Posted on 30 October 2013
Dogwoof is releasing the engaging and moving documentary, Cutie and the Boxer about the artist couple Ushio and Noriko Shinohara this Friday (1st November). There will be a nationwide screening of the film across the Picturehouse network on Tuesday, 5 November. Cutie and the Boxer A film by Zachary Heinzerling UK theatrical release: 1 Nov, 2013 Running time:
Posted on 3 October 2013
I attended the opening of the much-heralded Shunga exhibition at the British Museum last night. It didn’t disappoint – there is a huge amount to see, and I didn’t make it into the last room at all before the exhibition closed, so I’ll have to go back. It was interesting to see people’s reactions to
Posted on 24 September 2013
Our latest exhibition, Acting Out of Nothingness, opened last Tuesday. It was one of the most challenging we have ever done, and perhaps the main reason why my colleague Shihoko collapsed in a heap on Thursday.
Asian Performing Arts UK presents Tadashi Endo lecture, demonstration and workshop in London from 4 October 2013
Posted on 19 September 2013
Asian Performing Arts UK are delighted to welcome the acclaimed Butoh artist Tadashi Endo to London.
Posted on 13 September 2013
Arebyte Gallery is very proud to present Takahito Irie’s first ever solo show in the UK, Influence – part of his ongoing project, H/U/M/A/N/M/A/C/H/I/N/E, in which he explores the boundaries between the natural and the artificial. The project has been shown previously in Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo and Weimar, Germany. The show will run from 3-31 October 2013.
Posted on 11 September 2013
One of our 2012 Daiwa Scholars, Annabel James, has a passion for modern Japanese art. She ventured out to Japan on a Daiwa Scholarship with the aim of building on this experience in order to then undertake further study in East Asian Art, become an art critic, a curator or a dealer. Her review of
Posted on 23 August 2013
Former Daiwa Scholar and BP Travel Award 2012 winner, Carl Randall, will be giving a talk about his Japan Travel Award work, and also signing copies of his book Japan Portraits, at The National Portrait Gallery, 5th September 2013, 19:30-20:00.
Posted on 14 August 2013
The University of Tsukuba is initiating a pilot ‘Arts in Hospital’ project in the newly-renovated University of Tsukuba Hospital. The Art Environment Support Programme at the University of Tsukuba is cooperating with the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA); the Centre for Japanese Studies at UEA, and