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2014 / LACMA Lecture / Samurai Life during the Edo Period, Prof. Luke Roberts of UCSB, Nov. 9, 2:00 pm

LACMA Lecture Samurai Life

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Lecture / Samurai Life during the Edo Period Sunday, November 9, 2014, 2:00 pm LACMA, Brown Auditorium Free and open to the public Luke Roberts, professor of Japanese history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, introduces the lives of a number of average samurai from the Edo...
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2014 / LACMA / Netsuke at LACMA: The Bushell Gifts / Mar. 8 – Nov. 2, 2014

LACMA Netsuke Seated Doll

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Netsuke at LACMA: The Bushell Gifts March 8, 2014 – November 2, 2014 Pavilion for Japanese Art, Raymond and Frances Bushell Netsuke Gallery Raymond Bushell began collecting netsuke in the 1940s shortly after arriving in Japan. After decades of collecting and with access to an abundance of netsuke...
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2014 / “Kimono for a Modern Age” exhibition, July 5 – Oct. 19 at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

LACMA Kimono for a Modern Age

Forwarded for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Los Angeles County Museum of Art / Kimono for a Modern Age The Pavilion for Japanese Art July 5, 2014–October 19, 2014 A blend of the traditional and the modern characterized life and dress during Japan’s Meiji (1868–1912), Taishō (1912–1926) and Shōwa (1926–1989) periods. During...
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2014 / Jazz pianist and composer Hiroe Sekine to play in “Jazz at LACMA” concert, Oct. 17, 6:00 pm

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art will invite jazz composer and pianist Hiroe Sekine and her quintet on Friday, Oct. 17 at 6:00 pm for a “Jazz at LACMA series” concert. Free and open to the public. LACMA is located at 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Hiroe Sekine, born in Gumman,...
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2014 / LACMA / Zuan: Japanese Design Books / July 5 – Oct 12

LACMA Zuan Sekka Momoyogusa

  Los Angeles County Museum of Art Zuan: Japanese Design Books The Pavilion for Japanese Art, Level 3 July 5, 2014–October 12, 2014 Zuan, a form of elaborately printed Japanese design book, reflect an evolution in textile design that influenced the art of kimono in the 20th century. For example, the exhibition includes zuan...
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2014 / LACMA /Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections / May 11 – July 6

Lu Ji Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections On View: May 11­—June 6 Rotation 1: May 11—June 1 Rotation 2: June 7—July 6 Location: Resnick Pavilion The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents the first major exhibition in the United States to explore 700 years of collecting and preserving...
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2014 / LACMA exhibiting national treasure class Japanese screens at “Pavilion” exhibition, April 26 – June 22

LACMA Maruyama Okyo Screens Cranes

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Pavilion for Japanese Art: Paintings in Celebration of Twenty-Five Years Pavilion for Japanese Art April 26, 2014–June 22, 2014 This exhibition of paintings from the museum’s collection of Japanese art, including personal favorites chosen by LACMA curator and department head Robert T. Singer, celebrates the 25th anniversary of...
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2014 / LACMA / Modern Japanese Prints: The Juda Family Legacy / Dec. 7, 2013 – June 22, 2014

LACMA Print Shiko Fox Wolf

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Modern Japanese prints: The Juda family legacy December 7, 2013 – June 22, 2014                               The Helen and Felix Juda Gallery, level 3 Traditionally, the production of Japanese woodblock prints entailed the cooperation of numerous individuals including the designer of the image as well as a carver, printer, and...
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2014 / LACMA curator to talk about “Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections” May 31, 2 pm

LACMA Chinese Paintings Two Patriarchs

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections Lecture by Stephen Little, Curator and Head of the Chinese and Korean Art Saturday, May 31, 2 pm LACMA, Brown Auditorium Free and open to the public Stephen Little, Curator and Head of the Chinese and Korean Art Department at LACMA discusses Chinese...
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