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I want to see the chemical reaction that painting can cause – Interview with Kanae Wu Lin

Since 2011, she has been creating and exhibiting works that focus on the theme of speed in two-dimensional expression, and in 2015, she issued...

What is the meaning of “painting” left in our time – Interview with Manami Azuma

Using beautiful girl figures and toys as motifs, Manami Azuma traps time on canvas through the movement of rotation. Combining the simple and classic...

Quick Insight vol.1 – yuta okuda-

Active on the Asian art scene in Japan and Taiwan, yuta okuda attempts to depict and affirm the beauty of the natural order through...

A look at the repressed and fading self. Interview with Takumi Saito

Takumi Saito draws everyday scenes, such as playground equipment in the park, a corner of a room, or the side of the road, with...

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The artist stands between the work and the inspiration” Interview with Asama Asami

Click here to see the artists. Asami Asama, who works with an embroidery methodology, describes herself as a "vessel. She describes herself as...

At the newly opened art space “PARCEL”, there was a work on display that was somewhere between a sculpture and a painting.

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soryo solo exhibition

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Words of flowers, paintings of flowers – about paintings that depict the meaning of things

 Many cultures around the world have a tradition of using plants to carry symbolic meanings.  People give bouquets of flowers to congratulate people when they...

From Tomio Koyama Gallery to MAHO KUBOTA: Exhibitions to Visit in July

 With life as it was before the outbreak of the new coronavirus, many industries around the world are responding to the "new normal". In...

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Keisuke Tsuchida: Mental Expression by Pencil Drawing

I want to be an artist who always expresses the truth that is in my heart.   A challenge by Keisuke Tsuchida       What sets up-and-coming artist...

Why You Should Buy Japanese Art” compared to other Asian art market statistics.

The Great Value of Japanese Art as Seen from a Comparison of Statistics in the Global Art Market The art market in Japan, which boasts...

Pets turned into paintings

 Animals used to be nothing more than food and tools. Now, every day, humans are given the opportunity to heal them.  There is a Japanese...

“Tracing the History of Modern Art,” featuring reproductions of works by Hiroshige, Van Gogh, and others using 100 million high-resolution pixels (en translation)

TRiCERA is pleased to announce the launch of "Primo Art", which utilizes high definition printing technology by Dai Nippon Printing Co. This time, TRiCERA...

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