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The third interview of the Art Byte Critique’s 2017 Tokyo Art Book Fair participating artists is with Yuko Kamei. From: Japan Time in Japan: Most of my life except 5 years in U.K. Education/ Occupation: MFA Fine Art & BA … Continue reading
Arthur Huang took time to answer some questions as part of my interview series to wrap up Art Byte Critique group’s participation in the Tokyo Art Book Fair 2016. Arthur is the founder of ABC. Arthur is a neuroscientist and his artistic … Continue reading
Today Yuko Kamei shares her insights about the Tokyo Art Book Fair 2016 and working with Art Byte Critique group. This is the second in a series of interview with the ABC artists who participated in the TABF 2016. Yuko studied … Continue reading
Thinking of various books to make this summer and I’ve always been interested in making a pop-up book. I like the challenge of the pop-up and because I didn’t know anything about it I bought a book. There’s a lot … Continue reading
It’s been a busy and great art time for me. I’m showing work at two locations. The Tokyo Art Book Fair and the Kanna Art Festival in Onishi Gunma. The TABF 2015 has been a lot of fun. I’m at … Continue reading
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