Unknown Asia Art Exchange Osaka 2019, 26th-27th Oct
Oct08

Unknown Asia Art Exchange Osaka 2019, 26th-27th Oct

“UNKNOWN ASIA” – an art fair exhibited by international creators,have been attracting people’s attention since the first held in 2015. Proudly marking the 5th anniversary, GRAND FRONT OSAKA will be the new venue where about 300 selected creators from domestic and overseas will exhibit. An amazing encounter with the creators from more than ten countries and various categories of artworks in one place makes UNKNOWN ASIA...

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Reborn-Art Festival in Miyagi-Japan, August 3 (Sat) – September 29 (Sun), 58 Days.
May12

Reborn-Art Festival in Miyagi-Japan, August 3 (Sat) – September 29 (Sun), 58 Days.

2Taking place in Oshika Peninsula and Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Reborn-Art Festival offers visitors opportunities to enjoy art, music, and food. At the second edition of the festival in 2019, seven teams of curators work with various artists to create art while thinking about “Texture of Life” in each area. Ishinomaki is approximately 2.5 hours from Tokyo or about 1 hour from Sendai. Travel around and enjoy art, music, and dining...

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The coming best season wild mountain azaleas in Mt. Tokusenjo, Kesennuma. Let’s go journey to Tohoku, Japan!
May05

The coming best season wild mountain azaleas in Mt. Tokusenjo, Kesennuma. Let’s go journey to Tohoku, Japan!

Mt. Tokusenjo is a 711-meter-tall mountain in southern Kesennuma, home to over 500,000 azalea bushes. The hike up the mountain is an easy 2.5-hour round trip along a trail lined with radiant wild mountain azaleas (yamatsutsuji).     Every spring from mid- to late May, the flowers bloom to paint the whole mountain in vivid reds and magentas—a truly a breathtaking sight to behold. Come spring, details about the status of the...

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EARTH MANUAL PROJECT”Disaster and Design: For Saving Lives” Asia in Resonance May 2.Thu. – May 26.Sun. 2019 in indonesia
Apr20

EARTH MANUAL PROJECT”Disaster and Design: For Saving Lives” Asia in Resonance May 2.Thu. – May 26.Sun. 2019 in indonesia

An exhibition of the innovative approaches to disasters from Asian countries. DISASTERS CAN HAPPEN ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, TO ANYONE! DISASTER PREPAREDNESS BEGINS BY COMMUNICATING WITH EACH OTHER. LET US START NOW! The “EARTH MANUAL PROJECT – Disaster and Design: for Saving Lives” is a showcase of creative and innovative practices for dealing with disaster at different stages, from preparedness education to response and relief efforts....

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Announcement of guest creators from Indonesia for Unknown Asia Art Exchange Osaka 2019
Apr08

Announcement of guest creators from Indonesia for Unknown Asia Art Exchange Osaka 2019

Unknown Asia 2019 Portfolio Review at Jakarta was held in Jakarta, Indonesia on March 17th. We would like to let you know that have been decided. The venue for this year was again Dia.Lo.Gue, an art space in Indonesia managed by the judge Ignatius Hermawan Tanzil. Over 100 Indonesian artists applied to participate in the Portfolio Review and we chose 25 people from among them to review. This year we also had applicants from Singapore...

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Art Fair Tokyo 2019 on 7th March – 10th March, Tokyo Transforms into an Art City
Mar09

Art Fair Tokyo 2019 on 7th March – 10th March, Tokyo Transforms into an Art City

ART FAIR TOKYO is the largest art fair in Japan and the oldest in Asia, featuring a wide range of art from antiques and crafts to nihonga painting, modern art and contemporary art. The fair continues to evolve and expand as a platform for the art market, connecting past and present, Asia and the West, and presenting historically inspired artistic contexts. ◎Dates : March 7 – 10, 2019 ◎Time  : 11am – 9pm (10 11am-5pm)...

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PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION UNKNOWN ASIA 2019 @ dia.lo.gue artspace
Mar01

PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION UNKNOWN ASIA 2019 @ dia.lo.gue artspace

Calling all Visual Artists! We are now accepting portfolios for UNKNOWN ASIA 2019. The UNKNOWN ASIA is looking for talented artists with infinite potential for growth in Asia. Participation is open for various artistic categories in art, design, photography, illustration, fashion, film, installation and others to be exhibited in this international art fair in Osaka, Japan. Please follow the procedure below to be qualified as portfolio...

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Sat, February 9 – Sun, March 24, 2019, Sanriku International Art Festival held at Sanriku coast
Feb27

Sat, February 9 – Sun, March 24, 2019, Sanriku International Art Festival held at Sanriku coast

Japan’s Sanriku Coast, which was hard-hit by the Great East Japan Earthquake, is a treasure-trove of folk performing arts. There is no place quite like the Sanriku Area. In Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate Prefectures alone, there are more than 2,000 performing groups.The Sanriku International Arts Festival has been held every year since 2014.       Sat, February 9 – Sun, March 24, 2019 Locations : Hachinohe,...

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UNKNOWN ASIA Art Exchange Osaka 2019, Begin accepting applications for exhibitor
Jan27

UNKNOWN ASIA Art Exchange Osaka 2019, Begin accepting applications for exhibitor

Asian talent gathers in Osaka! A unique international art fair from Osaka “UNKNOWN ASIA” will be held this year. UNKNOWNASIA, the 5th year of this year, will transfer the venue to the Grand Front Osaka, where about 300 creators from domestic and overseas will exhibit. Judge and reviewer Business matching by a total of 200 people is also a big feature. Design, photography, fashion, illustration, performance etc. Let’s...

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Naomi Kawase Appointed to Direct Official Film of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Nov03

Naomi Kawase Appointed to Direct Official Film of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that Naomi Kawase has been appointed to direct the Official Film of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Kawase will build on a legacy of more than 100 years of Olympic film production, including the documentaries created for past Olympic Games that were held in Japan: Tokyo 1964 (directed by Kon Ichikawa), Sapporo 1972 (Masahiro Shinoda) and Nagano 1998 (Bud Greenspan). For each...

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