Showing posts with label Japanese Art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Japanese Art. Show all posts

Friday, September 2

The Glass House Unveils Yayoi Kusama's “Dots Obsession-Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope”

 The Glass House in n New Canaan, Connecticut has unveiled the third part of its collaboration with famed Japanese artists Yayoi Kusama. 

Tuesday, August 30

"Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg" Slated for June 2017

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago plans to mount a major retrospective of the work of Takashi Murakami from June 6, 2017.

Wednesday, August 24

Learn the Magic of Painting with Takashi Murakami at Galerie Perrotin

“A picture of lives wriggling in the forest at the deep end of the universe” / “Portrait of Shennong” / “Lion seated on its throne” 2015
Offering more than 40 recent works, some never seen before, including include an entirely new series of diptychs and triptychs inspired by the work of mid-20th century master Francis Bacon, Takashi Murakami will soon take over Galerie Perrotin’s three exhibition spaces in Paris with a new solo exhibition: “Learning the Magic of Painting.”

Tuesday, August 16

Japanese photography in the Spotlight this Fall at SFMOMA

Sohei Nishino, Diorama Map London, 2010; courtesy the artist and Michael Hoppen Gallery, London; © Sohei Nishino

Japanese photography will be in the spotlight at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) with two exhibitions this fall: “Japanese Photography from Postwar to Now” and “New Work: Sohei Nishino.”

Saturday, March 12

Review: teamLab’s Immersive Digital Art at ArtScience Museum a Must Experienced

Since it first appeared on the art scene just four years ago, the Japanese new media art collective teamLab has made some quick headway internationally and has a packed schedule this year.

Wednesday, December 18

Toko Shinoda Still Going Strong at 100 Years Old

To celebrate Japanese artist Toko Shinoda’s 100th birthday, Nikei Fine Art is presenting a retrospective of the abstract artist’s work across both of its venues in Singapore.

Monday, September 30

ArtScience Museum to Debut Sound of Ikebana by Naoko Tosa

The video installation “Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons” by Japanese media artist Naoko Tosa will premiere at ArtScience Museum in Singapore later this month.

Wednesday, August 21

Jade Watches enjoying the spotlight

When Ulysse Nardin unveiled at Baselworld 2013 its first in-house designed and produced self-winder caliber for a ladies’ watch, the Caliber UN-2130, the top model of its new series featured four elegant green jade horns flanking the sparkling diamonds and emeralds on the bezel.

Thursday, February 28

Shun Kurokochi on Parting With his Nara Collection

Between 1988 and 2006, Shun Kurokochi, who describes himself as “an ordinary man working in a bank,” assembled an unusually large collection dedicated to the work of the Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara.

Monday, February 11

Private collection of 35 works by Yoshitomo Nara coming up at Sotheby's.

Sotheby’s Hong Kong will be auctioning on Apr 5 a large private collection dedicated to the works of renowned contemporary Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara.

Thursday, January 17

Japan Urban Street Art @ Ikkan Art Gallery

Even without graffiti or stenciled art the new exhibition of urban street art from Japan at Ikkan Art International, has a very hip vibe. That sense might have something to do with the feelings created by the large breakdancing sculptures of Taki Obatu, a B-BOY dancer turned sculptor who has immortalize his crew in the ultimate “freeze’ stance. The hand-chiseled, wooden sculptures display a remarkable sense of energy and an uncannily real street attitude.

Wednesday, September 19

The Experience Machine @ Ikkan Art Gallery

Rather than being the sole creators of a work of art, new media artists often offer audiences the opportunity to interact with and contribute to their art works. "What a Loving, and Beautiful World" by Japanese calligrapher Sisyu and teamLab is such a piece where slowly falling kanji (the Chinese characters used in Japan) for words like ‘rain,’ ‘flower’ and ‘butterfly’ transform when touched by a viewer’s shadow to become the image of the word they represent while a corresponding sound is heard.

Wednesday, August 15

Spectacular fusuma headlines Christie's NY Fall sale of Japanese/Korean Art

This spectacular fusuma (set of interior sliding doors) by Hasegawa Tonin will headline the Japanese portion of Christie's NY Fall sale of Japanese and Korean Art taking place September 11.

Friday, August 10

Ota Fine Arts to open at Gillman Barracks with Yayoi Kusama exhibition

After some delay, the first wave of art galleries will open at Gillman Barracks in September. First off the starting block on Sep 14 will be Ota Fine Arts with "YAYOI KUSAMA: METALLIC."

Tuesday, July 17

Hiroshi Sugimoto designs Hermes scarves

In 2008 Hermès edited its first “carré d’artiste”, Hommage au carré by Josef Albers followed by a second in 2010, Photos-souvenirs au carré by Daniel Buren. This year, the french label invited the Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto to create the third edition, which was presented at Basel in June. It'd be great if you could join us, if you're headed up for Basel.

Tuesday, May 22

Yamaguchi @ 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong

Japanese artist Ai Yamaguchi has opened in Hong Kongher first solo exhibition. The contemporary artist has achieved an international reputation for her strongly characterized style and unique synthesis of the traditional Japanese ukiyoe style with contemporary interpretation, as she incorporates a realistic quality of animé into her imaginative landscapes using the "flat" style of Japanese paintings.

For the exhibition at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Yamaguchi installed her largest multi-canvas work to date inside the gallery's space in SoHo, complemented with large site-specific wall murals. These works, entitled ashita mata, take their reference from calligraphy and are deliberately made into pieces, suggesting a fleeting feeling of a lost unity.

Monday, April 30

Christie's HK to offer still-life works by Asian masters May 27

Christie's' HK will offer several beautiful still-life works by Asian 20th century masters such as Sanyu, and Zenzaburo Kojima as part of its May 27 sale.

Saturday, April 14

Shinji Ohmaki @ Hermes,Third Floor, Singapore

Come April 20, the top floor of Hermes boutique on Orchard Road will be transformed into a kaleidoscope of flora motifs in bright colour pigments, recalling the patterns of Japanese kimonos.

“Moment and Eternity” is a new installation exhibition by Japanese artist Shinjit Ohmaki, which will run until Jun 3