Sep 27
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Oct 16

Intimate Dimensions – Print Exhibition and Sale

Free

To carry on the tradition and spirit of its annual Print Show, the College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) presents Intimate Dimensions, a special print exhibition and sale at the Frederick Harris Gallery, Tokyo American Club.

This specially curated show has assembled 80 contemporary Japanese prints by 35 acclaimed artists, ranging from 24-year-old Printmaker Award winner Hiroyuki Omori to the 103-year-old abstract calligrapher Toko Shinoda. Their works encompass a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, etching, lithograph and silkscreen. Compact in size, the works of many masters are now within reach. For those interested in purchasing, prices range from 4,700 to 190,000 yen, and all proceeds will go to CWAJ Scholarships and Fukushima Relief Projects.

Wind by OMORI Hiroyuki - Mezzotint
Wind by OMORI Hiroyuki – Mezzotint | Photo by Event Flyer
Locomotion 2 by KANEKO Kunio - Woodcut
Locomotion 2 by KANEKO Kunio – Woodcut | Photo by Event Flyer
Summer Notes 2 by TAMEKANE Yoshikatsu - Woodcut
Summer Notes 2 by TAMEKANE Yoshikatsu – Woodcut | Photo by Event Flyer

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