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Magazines for Japanese Art

ART IT- bilingual (Japanese - English) quarterly with very good exhibition listings for Japan. Useful source for Asian Art in general.

Bijutsu Techo - the ultimate monthly, unfortunately in Japanese only.

+81 - covers a wide range of subjects including design, fashion, media and photography but also bilingual and available outside of Japan.

Kateigaho - focused on traditional Japanese culture and artistic practice.

pingmag - webzine covering wide range of topics with interesting features and interviews.

Tokyo Art Beat - for listings and events.

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Comment by MOUROT Marie-Jeanne on November 6, 2011 at 15:05
Comment by MOUROT Marie-Jeanne on November 6, 2011 at 14:22
Toute une culture ,je serai très honnorée de faire partie de votre groupe !
Comment by Galicias on October 30, 2011 at 14:12
Hi This is Tomoe from Osaka. I just graduated AAU at San Francisco USA. I just joined to art review site and joined this group. nice to meet you.
Comment by George Lund on October 21, 2010 at 12:55
Dear Japanese Art..Pleased to meet you and the artists.My name is George Lund Naive/colourist artist from Liverpool joined Artreview to make friends links with artists/organisations. My website for interest is: www.lundart.co.uk Funky Chicken performances on Youtube under Transvoyeur Artists.
Peace. happiness and success to all regards George
Comment by Mark Jessett on November 24, 2009 at 21:36

Comment by Cora de Lang on October 18, 2009 at 5:46

Comment by Cora de Lang on October 18, 2009 at 5:45
Lo Cotidiano I started this work in progress in Mexico, and focused on my perception of my ever changing surroundings transforming their initial strangeness into everyday life «lo cotidiano». Nothing that would favor exotics, that very first and short look into a fascinating world, filled with fear and promising thrills no. Its intention is rather an invitation to an aesthetic journey, compiled from bits and pieces of my daily routine, each so negligible by itself, in such a way that the pieces themselves will not distract the viewer from my main intention. Every-day life leaves footprints behind. I was once told, that Indians were able to «read» footprints; now I am inviting the visitor of my installation to follow my essay on changes of perception from the alien to the absorbed environment, from strange and unrelated bits and pieces to an combination of inherent interdependencies, with a new meaning. The project is meant to grow by chapters. The first chapter was made out of every-day material during my stay in Mexico. and was shown for the first time in the gallery «Haus der Kunst» in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in October 2004, as my farewell exhibition in Mexico. For the second time it was shown in the" Barefoot Gallery" ,Colombo , Sri Lanka in 2006 - It is composed of 33 white «personalized footprints», floating in mid-air in a black cubicle and with fluorescent light, allowing the viewer silent, differentiated, subjective perceptions.

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Comment by Dave Di Vito on March 10, 2009 at 13:10
Minna-san...yoroshiku! Dave desu.

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