'Roman Wall Painting in Pompeii'

Art / Openings In Tokyo May 3, 2016

'Roman Wall Painting in Pompeii'

by Megan Green

Until July 3 Mount Vesuvius' most famous eruption buried the ancient Roman town of Pompeii with a thick layer of volcanic ash almost 2,000 years ago. Rediscovered in the 18th century, the murals that were preserved beneath the ash continue to capture the world's imagination. ...

'Takehiko Inoue interprets Gaudi's Universe'

Art / Openings In Tokyo Jul 10, 2014

'Takehiko Inoue interprets Gaudi's Universe'

by Daisuke Kikuchi

Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) left behind an unrivaled legacy of Modernist architecture — Casa Vicens, Casa Mila, the famous unfinished basilica Sagrada Familia and many more unusual structures. His imaginative, often colorful works inspired other architects and artists, and continues to do so today. As the ...

'Pre-Raphaelites:  Victorian Avant Garde'

Art / Openings In Tokyo Jan 22, 2014

'Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant Garde'

by Hanna Lange

In London, 1848, a group of young pioneering artists began to shake the mid-19th-century British art world by combining rebellion and revivalism with scientific precision and the imagination. They took inspiration from early Renaissance painting and willfully challenged artistic conventions, calling themselves the Pre-Raphaelite ...