Art – Traditional Japanese

Los Angeles County Museum of Art: “Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art” Opening Sept. 22

Forwarded for the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art September 22, 2019 – December 8, 2019 LACMA, Resnick Pavilion 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art celebrates one of the most distinctive and compelling aspects of Japanese art: the depiction...
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art “On the Road Again: Japan’s Tokaido in Pictures and Paintings, ongoing

Santa Barbara Museum of Art On the Road Again: Japan’s Tokaido in Pictures and Paintings July 7 – October 20, 2019 https://www.sbma.net/exhibitions/tokaido The Tōkaidō, or Eastern Sea Road, was formed in the 17th century to link Japan’s old imperial capital, Kyoto, with the new warrior capital, Edo (modern Tokyo). Along the 320-mile route, 53...
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Protected: 2019 / Washington DC / National Gallery of Art presenting “The Life of Animals in Japanese Art” June 2 – Aug. 18

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Protected: 2019 / San Francisco / Asian Art Museum “Tattoos in Japanese Prints” May 31 – Aug. 18

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Protected: 2019 / Japan Foundation Traveling Exhibition “Manga Hokusai Manga” May 2 – Aug. 3

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Cultural News 2019 June issue features major Japanese art exhibitions in Washington DC and Sacrament

Cultural News 2019 June issue on sale now From Cultural News Editor, Shige Higashi June 2019 issue of Cultural News is on sale for $4 per copy now. To buy eNewspaper version of Cultural News, visit https://www.culturalnews.com/subscription The Japanese Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum is close now, but major Japanese art exhibitions...
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Protected: 2019 / San Diego / 17th Annual Japanese Art Show at Balboa Park, June 22-23

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Protected: 2019 / New York Metropolitan Museum of Art “The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated” March 5 – June 16

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Protected: 2019 / Scripps College in Claremont to present 4 lectures on Japanese arts in conjunction with “Japanese Screens” exhibition, April 3, 10, 17, 24

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