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Pacific Asia Museum – Japan in Blue and White – though March 6, 2011

Pacific Asia Museum – Japan in Blue and White – though March 6, 2011

Japan in Blue and White explores the dynamic pairing of blue and white in Japan’s ceramics, textiles and prints over the last 400 years. The exhibition presents several loaned objects from local institutions and collectors such as the Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and private collections. At featured object...
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Exhibition “Japan in Blue and White” to feature a popular color-scheme in the Edo period at Pacific Asia Museum, Mar 25, ’10 – Mar 6, ’11

Exhibition “Japan in Blue and White” to feature a popular color-scheme in the Edo period at Pacific Asia Museum, Mar 25, ’10 – Mar 6, ’11

Japan in Blue and White is currently on view at Pacific Asia Museum’s Gallery for Japanese Art in Pasadena through March 2011. The exhibition is guest curated by Meher McArthur. There will be  several rotations of textiles and prints throughout the year.  The exhibition features porcelains, kimono, futon covers, and woodblock prints from both...
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