Variation and Autonomy:
Variation and Autonomy introduces the work of ten Japanese artists who explored a wide range of possibilities through prints and expanded the range of expression in contemporary art using the print medium in the 1970s.
The exhibition deals with prints by painters who drew on trends in contemporary art and attempts to reassess the existing history of contemporary Japanese prints. It is our hope that this exhibition will not only enhance your understanding and interest in contemporary Japanese prints but also in Japanese culture as a whole.
Introduction to Woodcut with Ina Arraoui
In this workshop you’ll discover the fundamentals of transforming your image into a woodblock print.
Saturday 9 March, 10AM – 4PM
Space limited, booking essential, link to come soon.
This exhibition is co-hosted by Studio One Toi Tū, Consulate-General of Japan and the Japan Foundation.
|Curator of the Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts||