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  • Catalogues & Ebooks | Contemporary Art

    Wrestling the Demon: Noriko and Ushio Shinohara

    Living with Art, Living with Each Other Noriko and Ushio at work. Photograph courtesy of the Shinohara family. “Art is a demon,” “Making art is always struggling.” Ushio and Noriko
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks | Contemporary Art

    Contemporary Talents of Japan 2017

    For over 40 years, Ronin Gallery has focused on bringing the best of Japanese art to the United States. In keeping with this tradition, Ronin Gallery seeks to nurture and promote the most exciting
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  • Artist Spotlight | Catalogues & Ebooks

    Reflecting the Spirit: Shiko Munakata (1903-1975)

    On September 5th, 1903, Shiko Munakata was born to a blacksmith in Aomori, in Northern Honshu. As one of fifteen children, he received no more than an elementary school education before joining his
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks | Contemporary Art

    True Colors: Sebastian Masuda

    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. His work refuses passive observation; it engages
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks | Ukiyo-e

    A World Between - The Life of Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)

    "Do we not feel in Yoshitoshi the atmosphere of the city those days, no longer old Edo, not yet the new Tokyo?” –Novelist Akutagawa Ryunosuke Toshikage, Portrait of Yoshitoshi, 1892. Ronin
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks | Contemporary Art

    The Great Wave: Contemporary Talents of Japan

    “I think what happened on March 11, 2011 drastically changed how waves reverberate in the hearts of the Japanese people, now realizing the balance of mother nature’s sacred beautiful, yet
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks

    Demimonde: The Floating World and Toulouse-Lautrec

    Demimonde: /dem-ee-mond/ (n.) Mid-19th century origin, from French demi-monde, literally ‘half-world.’ A group of people considered to be on the fringes of respectable society; holds pleasure
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks

    Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992)

    Our new exhibition, Yoshitoshi Mori (1898–1992), opens tomorrow, January 21st. From kappazuri, to the artist’s sketchbook and select original paintings, this exhibit explores the diverse
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks

    HOKUSAI: Great Art, Small Sizes

    Opening November 21, the exhibition HOKUSAI: Great Art, Small Sizes focuses on the rare, early works of this true master artist. This exhibition is available for viewing Monday – Friday 11 a.m.
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  • Catalogues & Ebooks

    Against Gravity: Cyoko Tamai

    “The major theme of my works is to capture life that is unexplained and invisible, working under the hypothesis that each “space” has a certain life to it. Gravity is a basic element in the
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