The altogether too brief Kamakura period showcased art that juxtaposed fascinating Buddhist divinities alongside of modern notions of artistic realism. Asia Society recently featured an exhibition that covered this time period in Japanese history, and it featured many different representations of Buddhist divinities in vibrant styles.
An approximately 22-inch tall head of a guardian with […]
Sasai Fumie is currently a lecturer at Kyoto City University of Arts, but that’s hardly all she’s done. She’s well known for her unique urushi work and other pieces of art that have made her exceptionally popular with those who appreciate great examples of fine art in the modern era. At one point Sasai-sensei […]
Moriyama Kanjiro is a unique Japanese artist who creates asymmetrical works that are incredibly modern. Like many postmodern Japanese artists, however, his works are still grounded in tradition and that makes him particularly well loved among a wide variety of different groups.
Essentially he sculpts material by taking a perfect sphere and then cutting into […]
Way back in 1955 the Japan Folk-Craft Museum held its first tea ceremony. The organizer should be no stranger to fans of the traditional art crafts. It was none other than Soetsu Yanagi, who selected some very unique tea pots for the event. He also selected unique utensils to be used alongside the pots […]
Exhibition at Maison du Japon Paris
Kanazawa, arranged on the bank of the Sea of Japan, was before the capital of the Kaga fief. This fief, the most terrific in Japan, was led from the mid-sixteenth century by the effective Maeda tribe who supported a prospering of the crafts. The Maeda masters favoured the advancement […]
We are very to contribute to the Art exchange between Paris and Japan.
In Paris, we present art works of japanese origin or japanese influence, to show the diversity and beauty of art works. We present the art works in a cultural and historical perspective to show the richness of Japanese culture and develop cultural […]