Exhibition Van Gogh & Japan 23 March – 24 June 2018

Van Gogh never went to Japan. He created his own image of the country thanks to the Japanese prints he eagerly collected and closely studied....

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Van Gogh never went to Japan. He created his own image of the country thanks to the Japanese prints he eagerly collected and closely studied. The colourful and exotic images greatly inspired him. Van Gogh started to copy Japanese prints to better understand them. Doing so, he developed a ‘Japanese eye’ that would give his...

Artist Gives Life into Rocks By Painting Adorable and Realistic Animals

Akie Nakata or simply known as “Akie” is a Japanese artist, who is unlike any other artists in the world. She uses stones and turns them into...

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Akie Nakata or simply known as “Akie” is a Japanese artist, who is unlike any other artists in the world. She uses stones and turns them into paintings that feature adorable animals. Interestingly, her works are something that you can hold in the palm of your hand. She is definitely a unique one. From bulldogs to pythons,...

Auguste Rodin, The Gates of Hell

Auguste Rodin, The Gates of Hell​, 1880-1917, plaster (Musée d’Orsay, Paris) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker When the building, earlier on the...

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Auguste Rodin, The Gates of Hell​, 1880-1917, plaster (Musée d’Orsay, Paris) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker When the building, earlier on the site of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, was destroyed by fire during the Commune in 1871, plans were drawn up to replace it with a museum of decorative arts. Rodin...

Interesting Facts About  Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa

The Great Wave off Kanagawa also known as The Great Wave or simply The Wave, is a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai. It was published sometime between 1829 and 1833 in the...

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The Great Wave off Kanagawa also known as The Great Wave or simply The Wave, is a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai. It was published sometime between 1829 and 1833 in the late Edo period as the first print in Hokusai’s series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. It is Hokusai’s most famous work, and one of the most recognizable works of Japanese art in the...

Elena Aframova Captures One Of Japan’s Wildest Festivals

Sanja Matsuri (三社祭?, literally “Three Shrine Festival”), or Sanja Festival, is one of the three great Shinto festivals in Tokyo. It is considered one of the wildest and...

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Sanja Matsuri (三社祭?, literally “Three Shrine Festival”), or Sanja Festival, is one of the three great Shinto festivals in Tokyo. It is considered one of the wildest and largest. The festival is held in honor of Hinokuma Hamanari, Hinokuma Takenari, and Hajino Nakatomo, the three men who established and founded Sensō-ji. Elena Aframova is a Tokyo based photographer who recently snapped...

“POOL loss of colour” 3D optical illusion to highlight Japan’s Fukushima disaster

Jeroen Bisscheroux is a Dutch artist who recently installed a brilliant swimming pool artwork in Osaka, Japan. “POOL loss of colour” was shown from March 7th to 11th...

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Jeroen Bisscheroux is a Dutch artist who recently installed a brilliant swimming pool artwork in Osaka, Japan. “POOL loss of colour” was shown from March 7th to 11th at Grand Front Osaka, and it looked like a lot of fun to passersby! But it holds a more serious message. This artwork is actually a carpet measuring 7.5 by 15 meters...

ATOM Photography | Autumn of Japan

For years ATOM traveled the world seeking the most beautiful places on Earth. ATOM has taken pictures on every continents and more than 63 countries,countless...

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For years ATOM traveled the world seeking the most beautiful places on Earth. ATOM has taken pictures on every continents and more than 63 countries,countless cultures, people, and landscape. ATOM’s philosophy is that there is no end to the journey. Never satisfied,his goal is to keep taking pictures,documenting the beauty of our world. In this series,...

Photographic Journey Around Japan That Truly Captures Its Spirit

Firas Bessadok is a Tunisian lad living in Paris. Piras is basically a computer programmer who has a great passion for Photography. It was his childhood...

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Firas Bessadok is a Tunisian lad living in Paris. Piras is basically a computer programmer who has a great passion for Photography. It was his childhood dream to visit and explore Japan. During his recent visit to Asian countries, his dream comes true. He says: “As a photographer, I felt like a little kid in a candy...

Charming Photography Of Everyday Life In Beautiful Japan

Kyoto-based photographer Takashi Yasui captures the beauty and spirit of Japan with his ongoing street photography series, picking out those tiny little details that most of us...

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Kyoto-based photographer Takashi Yasui captures the beauty and spirit of Japan with his ongoing street photography series, picking out those tiny little details that most of us might miss while exploring the beautiful Asian country. Describing photography as “more of a pleasure, it is a passion”, Yasui’s images convey a deeper meaning behind the everyday, often mundane...

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