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Kikuo Saito: Color, language and visual performance

“Repetition can be very important, but it has to mean something different every time.” - Kikuo Saito New York City and its artistic past always speak to unusual excitement, one that is synonymous with the...

Echoes from the past into the present: The Godzilla Arts Movement

“Discourse and power are mutually constitutive, and determining who is legible and visible in the art world” - Howie Chen, curator A unique exhibition is on display in a time when racial and cultural acceptance...

Classical and mutated, the new ceramic art of Japan

“The modern world is a lot like the Sengoku period in Japan - anyone can become an influencer with the courage to voice their opinion. ” ― Takahiro Koga, ceramic artist B-OWND, a renowned fine art...

The “anxious” world of Tetsuya Ishida

“…it was a self-portrait. I tried to make myself—my weak self, my pitiful self, my anxious self—into a joke or something funny that could be laughed at.” ― Tetsuya Ishida The Gagosian Gallery in New York City...

A river of flowers, birds and artistic majesty on display at NYC’s China Institute...

"Flying cascades, passage upon passage, the flowers bloom in proper accord…  East, west south and north, are not all things the same?" – Zhu Da (Bada Shanren) New York City’s China Institute Gallery, the one museum in...

A language of haunting beauty: Shinichi Sawada

“When silence is prolonged over a certain period of time, it takes on new meaning.” ― Yukio Mishima Creativity does take on many different forms of expression and as such, go beyond the norm of anything we...

Julia Chiang’s NYC exhibition ‘Salt On Our Skin’ brings viewers into a world of...

“I’m always interested in our bodies as vessels, what we contain and what we cannot”. - Julia Chiang At New York’s Nicola Vassell Gallery, an exhibition entitled Salt On Our Skin, brings about someone who is...

Deep space and eloquent shapes: The Art of George Miyasaki

“I deal with things like hard and soft, whether they’re organic or synthetic.” - George Miyasaki In his second solo exhibition at New York’s RYAN LEE Gallery, the Hawaii-born artist George Miyasaki brings to us a visual...

Blood and Tears is a striking exhibition of plight, protest

You must survive. And later become witnesses to history. - Sang-won Yoon (1950-1980), activist At a time where the importance and maintenance of democracy seems to be more of a challenge than a basic fact of...

Presence of space, masses of (visual) delight

“The more I see, the less I believe in the accuracy or reality of the images I draw.” - Heeseop Yoon Drawing has always been considered something by which one can surely capture specific moments in...