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LACMA Lecture/ The Many Faces of Itcho: Artist-Rebel of Japan, April 10

LACMA Hanabusa Itcho Otafuku detail

The East Asian Art Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents “The Many Faces of Itcho, Artist-Rebel of Japan” lecture by Assistant Prof. Miriam Wattles of UC Santa Barbara on Sunday, April 10, at 3 pm, at Dorothy Collins Brown auditorium in LACMA. The painter Hanabusa Itcho (1624-1724) became a legend...
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LACMA exhibition “Japanese Painting: The Expressive Brush” closing Feb 15

LACMA exhibition “Japanese Painting: The Expressive Brush” closing Feb 15

Cultural News, 2010 November Issue The Pavilion for Japanese Art at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is located at 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Museum hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 12 noon – 8 pm; Friday, 12 noon – 9 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11 am – 8 pm; Closed...
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art picks former director of Honolulu Academy of Arts as Chinese and Korean art department head and curator

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces the appointment of Dr. Stephen Little to the position of department head and curator of Chinese and Korean art, as well as Christina Yu to the role of assistant curator of Chinese art. Previously, little was employed as director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts from...
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Major museums presenting major woodblock print exhibitions

Major museums presenting major woodblock print exhibitions

Cultural News, 2010 August Issue By Meher McArthur Asian Art Curator, Author and Educator For admirers of the Japanese woodblock print, this is certainly a good year to be living in Southern California. Several major art museums are focusing on this art form for a large part of 2010 and beyond and are providing...
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Eat Japan: Japanese Prints on Food – through Oct 26

Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Eat Japan: Japanese Prints on Food – through Oct 26

Pavilion for Japanese Art Los Angeles County Museum of Art 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Museum hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 12 noon – 8 pm Friday 12 noon – 9 pm Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 8 pm Closed Wednesdays For further information about Japanese art exhibitions at LACMA, call...
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2008 / LACMA / The Age of Imagination: Japanese Art, 1615 – 1868, from the Price Collection

LAXMA 2008 Price Collection / The Age of Imagination

Cultural News 2008 April Issue Los Angeles County Museum of Art The Age of Imagination: Japanese Art, 1615 – 1868, from the Price Collection Jun. 22 – Sept. 4, 2008 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents The Age of Imagination: Japanese Art, 1615-1868, from the Price Collection, featuring more than 100...
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