Tag: Japan

Top Art Exhibitions: March 2018

Posted by Published on February 27, 2018

Spring is in the air and it brings with it these wonderful exhibitions: Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy Tate Modern, London UK – 8 March – 9 September 2018 The first ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition to be shown at Tate Modern, it will bring you face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings, mixed with family photographs and rare glimpses into his personal…

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Artists Out of Copyright in Japan in 2018

Posted by Published on December 27, 2017

Explore our list of notable artists who are recently out of copyright or will be in 2018, in Japan *Some artworks may not appear on the website due to UK copyright restrictions, please inquire to see more. Rene Magritte Edward Hopper Marcel Duchamp Lucio Fontana Tsugouharu Leonard Foujita   View a more comprehensive list of artists out of copyright   Copyright and Protection Law In…

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Discover current and upcoming exhibitions and cultural events taking place in Japan Got something to discuss or add to the list? Get in touch with our account manager for Japan, Giulia Leali  October 2018 5 October 2018 – 3 February 2019, Making the Difference: Vermeer and Dutch Art at the Ueno Royal Museum August 2018 15 Aug – Obon festival July 2018 14 July – 24 Sep. Monet‘s…

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Top Art Exhibitions: July

Posted by Published on June 27, 2017

This Summer, you can experience all the seasons with exhibitions on Arctic expeditions and Van Gogh’s seasonal works.  Besides weather, July sees a wide range of exhibitions opening up across the globe.  You can enjoy a history lesson in Feminist photography and art from the Civil Rights Movement or visit solo exhibitions dedicated to Bazille, Modigliani and Kyōsai. True to Life | British Realist Painting in the 1920s and…

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Top Ten Tats: A History of Body-Art

Posted by Published on April 4, 2016

Here is a run down of badass tattoo images, featuring a disproportionate amount of hunky sailors and bare butts.  In broadly chronological order: 10. The Siberian Ice Maiden  Lived during the 5th century BC, and was buried with horses, meat, yogurt and a massive headdress. She has a supercool stag-like tattoo on her shoulder. I also love this image because they’ve preserved the modesty of this ancient inked Altai…

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Being half Asian, I am lucky enough to celebrate two New Years. Chinese New Year is the far more cultural of the two, filled with traditions that go back centuries. The coming Chinese New Year will begin on the 8th February and will honour the Zodiac of the monkey – my own personal sign. Specifically, 2016 will be the year of the Fire Monkey, the most active and aggressive…

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