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New Jewelry 2015 at 3331 Arts Chiyoda Review

The New Jewelry show at 3331 Arts Chiyoda (Dec 5-7, 2015) showcased some Japanese jewelry makers taking traditional materials and techniques into modern directions. Continue reading

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Talking About Art

In the middle of writing a blog post reflecting on everything going on this autumn, I end up writing about art and and the way we talk about it. It’s still a work in progress but I thought I would … Continue reading

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Tokyo Art Book Fair 2015: Q & A with Arthur Huang

Name:  Arthur Huang From:  United States Time in Japan:  A little over six years Occupation: Molecular and Neuro Biologist and Artist How long have you been making books? Going to the Tokyo Art Book Fair over the last several years … Continue reading

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Tokyo Art Book Fair 2015: Q and A with Karin Gunnarsson

The Tokyo Art Book Fair is nine days away. This is the second in a series of interviews with fellow Art Byte Critique members to introduce their work and talk about the show. Name: Karin Gunnarsson (Nomura) From: Sweden Time … Continue reading

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Artist Interview with Teresa Currera

  Based In:  Columbia Job: Full time artist with a tiny studio in Bogata.   Tell me about your work and your medium. The majority of my work is with cut paper and different aspects of drawing, working with space … Continue reading

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The Days After the Art Book (af)Fair. Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014 Review

The 2014 Tokyo Art Book Fair (TABF) has come and gone. It took a lot of work to get ready for it, and it was an intense three days but I enjoyed all of it. Now I just have to sort … Continue reading

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Tokyo Art Book Fair 2014: Interview with Arthur Huang

The Zinesmate Tokyo Art Book Fair starts next week and I’m participating with the Art Byte Critique Group. Art Byte Critique is a diverse group of artists based in Tokyo. I’m really excited about the event and really proud to … Continue reading

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In Pursuit of “Wabi Sabi”: Chiaki Horikoshi’s Exhibition

  A multimedia artist and cantaor (flamenco singer), a flamenco dancer, and a tea ceremony practitioner all display their skills on the opening night of an art exhibition. Sounds incongruous, doesn’t it? How does fiery flamenco relate to the placid … Continue reading

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I’m Hosting a Workshop at Tokyo Spidering Show at Hagiso Gallery

Tokyo Art Byte is holding their first group show called Tokyo Spidering at Hagiso Gallery in Yanaka in Tokyo. I’m really excited to be part of this group. Members range in age and media types but really come together to … Continue reading

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How the Tate Modern’s Artist Timeline is Inspiring My Photography

The Tate Modern is great for a lot of things. One of them is the Artist Timeline that graces one of the walls. I adored the graffiti feel of the timeline and love all that information available to my greedy … Continue reading

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