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4/26/14 Posted 4/26/14

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4/26/14 Posted 4/26/14

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Fluid Destination - Art Beasties 2nd group exhibition  
3/20/14 Posted 3/26/14

ART BEASTIES 2nd group show at CultureFix lower eastside NY. Images from reception "Fluid Destination". Participated artist are Ko IRKT (NY), MAHO HIKINO (NY), Tokio Kuniyoshi (NY), Yuki Nakamura (SEATTLE) and Robert Champbell, Saki Kitamura (TOKYO), and curated by Sessa Englund. [more]

"INTRODUCTIONS" - ART BEASTIES first group exhibition  
1/30/14 Posted 3/26/14

ART BEASTIES first group show at Brooklyn Fireproof. Images from Opening reception "INTRODUCTIONS". Participated artist are Ko IRKT (NY), MAHO HIKINO (NY), Tokio Kuniyoshi (NY), Yuki Nakamura (SEATTLE), Saki Kitamura (TOKYO), and curating by Sessa Englund. [more]

4/12/13 Posted 3/9/13

ORIENTOPHOBIA Nazir Tanbouli solo exhibition at Hackney Down Studios Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT London May 02 1013 to may 31 2013 Opening Party at 7 pm May 02 Orientophobia is a very large scale drawing-based installation bringing together a whole body of work made by Nazir Tanbouli in the period between July 2012 and January 2013. The large ink on paper drawings were conceived not as artworks but as separate exercises, each one “replies” to the other. They are brought togethe... [more]

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Aida Makoto at Mori Art Museum November 17th, 2012 - March 31st, 2013
Posted 2/28/13

"There is no more chastity in the Young-Girl than there is debauchery. The Young-Girl simply lives as a stranger to her desires, whose coherence is governed by her market-driven superego." —Tiqqun, Preliminary Materials for a Theory of a Young-Girl, 2012 Aida Makoto's retrospective exhibit, “Monument for Nothing,” is a stunning body of work, taking full advantage of its towering exhibition site. The Mori Art Museum sits on the 53rd and 54th floors of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower—a massive skyscrape... [more]

Death of a Geisha  
3/21/12 Posted 3/21/12

     My earliest notion of a Geisha was basically like everyone in western countries, mainly the United States, of high class Japanese women who prostitutes themselves to the wealthy.  Since my marriage to a Japanese woman, I never really put much reasearch into it, until I read the book, "Memoirs of a Geisha"  by Arthur Golden.  He describes a story of a young child sold into the wold of the Geisha to be raised, educated, cultured and finally sold off to the highest bidder.      This story, tru... [more]

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12/31/10 Posted 12/31/10 [more]

Spirograph? No, MAGIC PATTERN!  
6/8/10 Posted 6/8/10

Earlier than Spirograph? Of Course! Magic Pattern and a Box Full of Tiny Drawings Click to Grow and Show!You may think there could be nothing more trite on an art blog than a post on the Spirograph, a toy Kenner claimed rights to, and I guess they did and do. This, however, is the "Magic Pattern" from Japan, which has no date but from the box it certainly goes back earlier than the tiresome plastic gears on the Kenner toy I had as a kid. They always slipped JUST as I was finishing a design.There was earlier a cool drawing thing known as "Hoot-Nanny" i... [more]

Color me surprised  
7/19/09 Posted 7/19/09

Hello!Now I have ongoing exhibition @ Kaldi Cafe in Glendale!The title is "Color me surprised"You can see 15-20 pieces there.Please stop by to see my work with some great coffee!!Kaldi Coffee and Tea3147 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90039323-660-6005 [more]

I'm in the Asian Pacific Islanders Heritage Month Calendar for Dept of Cultural Affairs  
5/9/08 Posted 5/9/08

'm pretty psyched because I wasn't sure if my submissions for the calendar were accepted. I just checked to see if I made the pages of the API Heritage for Arts and Cultures for the city of LA This book is pretty cool. I took a good look at the wealth of information that a person can use and also find out about city arts and cultural events that are open to the public. Many events are for families and kids :) If u wanna take your kid to do arts and crafts experience hands on taught by local educ... [more]

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