Posts Tagged: Reviews

‘Ichiro Endo: Ultra Art Exhibition’

“Punk music screeched out tinny speakers as Endo dipped his hands in buckets of black paint. ‘Ikitanda oretachiwa!’ (“We are living right now!”) he wailed, punching a canvas.”

‘Ichiro Endo: Ultra Art Exhibition’

“Punk music screeched out tinny speakers as Endo dipped his hands in buckets of black paint. ‘Ikitanda oretachiwa!’ (“We are living right now!”) he wailed, punching a canvas.”

Hideaki Kawashima: Wavering

“Kawashima’s paintings are meant to stare back at you, each gaze so potent that stray locks of hair disappear in its path.”

Hideaki Kawashima: Wavering

“Kawashima’s paintings are meant to stare back at you, each gaze so potent that stray locks of hair disappear in its path.”

Hideki Kuwajima: Vertical / Horizontal

“Complexity mirrored against itself can reign in chaos in ways that makes the discordant divine. “

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Hideki Kuwajima: Vertical / Horizontal

“Complexity mirrored against itself can reign in chaos in ways that makes the discordant divine. “

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Art Review: “Bob Richardson” and “Terry Richardson”

“…a new understanding of the phrase ‘wasted talent’….”

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Art Review: “Bob Richardson” and “Terry Richardson”

“…a new understanding of the phrase ‘wasted talent’….”

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Art Fair Tokyo & 101TOKYO: The making of a market center

“We sold our works, we made lots of connections. What more could you want?”

Art Fair Tokyo & 101TOKYO: The making of a market center

“We sold our works, we made lots of connections. What more could you want?”

Art Review: The Kiyosumi Gallery Complex

“…wheels are being greased as we speak.”

Art Review: The Kiyosumi Gallery Complex

“…wheels are being greased as we speak.”

“Wako Works of Art: 15 Years/Part III”

“While the two men use photography to relay hidden truths, Fiona Tan seeks the profound in ordinary snapshots. “

“Wako Works of Art: 15 Years/Part III”

“While the two men use photography to relay hidden truths, Fiona Tan seeks the profound in ordinary snapshots. “