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New Perspectives: Shin Hanga Beauties

Published by: Madison Folks, 10/5/2020 10:47 am

Iconic: Images of the Floating World

Published by: Madison Folks, 10/5/2020 10:20 am

Ronin Gallery at Bryant Park Place

Published by: Madison Folks, 10/2/2020 6:45 am

Contemporary Talents of Japan 2017

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/12/2020 9:42 am

From unique woodblock prints to vivacious ink paintings, the second annual Contemporary Talents of Japan exhibition explores Japan’s diverse artistic vanguard.

True Colors: Sebastian Masuda

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/12/2020 9:20 am

In his second New York exhibition, Sebastian Masuda invites his viewer to trade the grayscale of daily life for a movingly vibrant spectrum of color.

BAN HUA: Chinese Woodblock Prints Post-1980

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/12/2020 4:57 am

In China, evidence of woodblock printing can be traced back to the Han Dynasty.

Wrestling the DEMON:Noriko and Ushio Shinohara

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/12/2020 4:49 am

“Art is a demon,” “Making art is always struggling.”

Masterworks of Hiroshige's Landscapes

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/12/2020 4:34 am

In the history of ukiyo-e, there is one name above all others that evokes the tender, lyrical beauty of the Japanese landscape – Hiroshige.

Hideo Takeda: Genpei and World Night Tours

Published by: Ronin Gallery, 9/11/2020 1:35 pm

As one of Japan’s most important creative minds, Takeda Hideo’s work invariably speaks to audiences worldwide.

Hashiguchi Goyo: Prints, Paintings & Drawings

Published by: Ronin Gallery, 9/11/2020 1:20 pm

A master of intricate detail and exquisite line, Hashiguchi Goyo was part of an artistic lineage reminiscent of the esteemed prints of Harunobu and Utamaro.

The Great Wave: Contemporary Talents of Japan

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/11/2020 1:04 pm

Pushing the Limits: Between Tradition and Innovation

HOKUSAI: Great Art, Small Sizes

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/9/2020 6:06 am

Hokusai is not only among Japan’s greatest ukiyo-e artists, but also an inimitable master in the history of art worldwide.

Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992)

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/8/2020 7:30 am

While the floating world of Edo had long disappeared by Yoshitoshi Mori’s birth in 1898, his family roots intertwine deep within its culture of artisans, instilling his energetic work with an inherent understanding of a time past.

Hiroshige: 53 Stations of the Upright Tokaido

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/7/2020 4:06 pm

Winding along the eastern coast of Japan, the Tokaido was the most traveled road during the Edo period (1603-1868)

Spirit Resonance: A New World of Chinese Ink Painting

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/7/2020 2:38 pm

Capturing the profound expression of an artist’s inner greatness, Spirit Resonance is a timeless concept in a shifting world.

Reflecting the Spirit: Shiko Munakata (1903-1975)

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/7/2020 6:09 am

On September 5th, 1903, Shiko Munakata was born to a blacksmith in Aomori, in Northern Honshu.

18th Century Pillar Prints: Hashira-e

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/7/2020 5:46 am

The second half of the 18th century was the golden age of innovation in ukiyo-e. During this period, woodblock print artists experimented with a variety new techniques and sizes.

Demimonde: The Floating World and Toulouse-Lautrec

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/4/2020 9:20 am

Demimonde: /dem-ee-mond/ (n.) Mid-19th century origin, from French demi-monde, literally ‘half-world.’

Taboo: Ukiyo-e and the Japanese Tattoo eBook

Published by: Madison Folks, 9/2/2020 5:30 am

Shaped by centuries of controversy, the Japanese tattoo embodies the forbidden and the dissonant.

Kacho-e: Masterpieces of Birds, Flowers, and Insects

Published by: Madison Folks, 8/29/2020 5:30 am

Nourished by the principles of Shinto and Buddhism, the most exquisite expressions of Japanese culture have been rooted in a profound love and respect for the natural world.