If you’re a fan of modern Japanese culture, then prepare yourself for a colourful and vibrant group exhibition, launching this May at Espacio Gallery in London. Aptly named the Japanese Art Show, it will feature more than 40 Japanese artists across various mediums and themes from fine art to illustration and Pop Art to modernism.
Tetsuji Shirakawa is a highlight. Born in 1949, he graduated from Kyoto City University of the Arts with a major in design and began work as a product designer at a Japanese firm. He later became an illustrator, which he continues to be today. Another artist to feature is Shroki, an award-winning creative who began her craft at the age of six and has since become a professional calligrapher.
Note: The Japanese Art Show runs between 15-18 May 2018. For more information, visit organisers mayumiproject.today.
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