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N.S. Harsha: Charming Journey

N.S. Harsha: Charming Journey

As one of India’s leading contemporary artists, N.S. Harsha is well known not only for his participation in international exhibitions, but also for his contribution to local communities through creative projects and workshops for children across the world. Harsha’s works depict daily experiences in ...

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Yes, We Love Cats Any Time!

Yes, We Love Cats Any Time!

Cats have a long history as subjects of stories and artworks in Japan and were particularly popular in kabuki plays and ukiyo-e prints. It’s believed that the animals were first introduced to Japan during the Yayoi Period (200 B.C.-A.D. 250) and became fashionable as ...

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Out of Real

Out of Real

For this exhibition, the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art has selected of 124 works, including paintings, photography and sculpture, from its collection of 9,000 items. The exhibits all come under the broad theme of “real,” which refers to not only realism and reality, but ...

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A Blot on the Landscape Rie Iwatake + Junya Kataoka

A Blot on the Landscape Rie Iwatake + Junya Kataoka

Though pursuing very different artistic styles, media artists Rie Iwatake and Junya Kataoka both re-examine and re-contextualize everyday objects through powerfully evocative installations. Iwatake and Kataoka work with paper and mixed media, presenting them in immersive and often mechanical installations. By redefining the familiar ...

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