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LACMA to present Japanese ceramic lecture by Kyoto-based Amerian art dealer, June 7

Yellin Lecture - Kako Katsumi's Ash-Glazed Vessel

Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents the lecture “Shifting Forms: Ancient Inspirations in Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Art” by Robert Yellin on June 7 at 6:30 pm. Robert Yellin, noted dealer and author on ceramics of Japan, will look at how contemporary Japanese ceramic artists are reinterpreting ancient traditions, such as Bizen, Shigaraki and...
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LACMA presents “Postwar Japan in Black and White” film series, June 8-9

LACMA Postwar Japan films Pigs and Battleships

  In conjunction with the exhibition Fracture: Daido Moriyama (April 7 – July 31) at the Japanese Pavilion of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA and the Japan Foundation will screen a series of films that offer a raw, street-level view of Japanese urban life, while also confronting such poignant, postwar theme as...
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Thru Mar 27: LACMA exhibiting “Japanese Painters Look to China”

Paintings in the exhibition “Japanese Painters Looks to China” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art reveal trends within the second and third waves of powerful interest in China which occurred during Japan’s history, the first happening in the Heian period (8th to 12th centuries), followed by the second from late Kamakura through...
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Thru Apr 1: LACMA exhibiting “The Night Festival of Tsushima Shrine” a 17th century screen

LACMA Tsushima Screen

Los Angeles County Museum of Art is exhibiting the resorted seventeen-century screen depicting a shirne’s night festival at its Japanese Pavilion through April 1. Night Festival of Tsushima Shrine is an eight-panel screen measuring nearly six by sixteen feet and depicts the summer festival of Tsushima Shrine, an ancient Shinto shrine near Nagoya in...
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LACMA Exhibition / Washi Tales: The Paper Art of Ibe Kyoko

An Exhibition and Performance based on Washi at Los Angeles County Museum of Art Washi Tales: The Paper Art of Ibe Kyoko, Sept. 1 to Nov. 28 Recycling: Washi Tales, performance Sept. 22, with Japan’s Intangible Culture Treasure Okura Shonosuke By Hollis Goodall, Japanese Art Curator of LACMA Time, texture and light are the...
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Zen art – The Sound of One Hand: Painting and Calligraphy by Zen Master Hakuin

LACMA Hakuin Daruma

Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Japanese Pavilion is exhibiting The Sound of One Hand: Painting and Calligraphy by Zen Master Hakuin: Part 1: May 22–June 28, 2011 Part 2: July 1 – August 14, 2011 Hakuin Ekaku (1685-1768) is widely acknowledged as the most important Zen Buddhist master of the past 500 years....
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LACMA Gallery Course: Japanese Zen Painting, Aug 13, 9 am

LACMA Hakuin Hotei One Hand

Los Angeles County Museum of Art 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Gallery Course: Japanese Zen Painting Saturday, August 13, 9 am LACMA educator Kristin Bengtson will lecture about an inside look at Japanese Zen painting. Learn about the most influential Zen artist of the Edo period Hakuin Ekaku (1685-1768) and discover how...
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Netsuke lecture “Some Sources to Consider” by Hollis Goodall, LACMA curator, May 23

Netsuke lecture “Some Sources to Consider” by Hollis Goodall, LACMA curator, May 23

Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Japanese Pavilion is currently exhibiting “An Eye for Excellence: Raymond Bushell’s Favorite Netsuke” through July 19. In conjunction with the upcoming May 2011 convention of the International Netsuke Society to be held in Los Angeles, the LACMA is holding a special exhibition of netsuke from the collection of...
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LACMA Exhibition: Bird, Flower and Animal Painting; Inspired by and Inspiring Hiroshige

LACMA Sosen Six Animal Detail

Pavilion for Japanese Art at Los Angeles County Museum is currently presenting the following exhibitions: “Rustling in the Grass: Japanese Bird, Flower and Animal Painting” from Feb 17 – May 15;  “Japanese Prints: Inspired by and Inspiring Hiroshige” from Feb 17 – August 24. Pavilion for Japanese Art in Los Angeles County Museum of...
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