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Exhibition / Performance / Film: MEIRO KOIZUMI / Austin & Houston, TX

04/22/2014 - 06/15/2014

Video and performance artist Meiro Koizumi will be showing his work at various locations in Houston and Austin area, supported by JFNY Grants for Arts and Culture.

Exhibition: April 27 - June 15 at Fluent~Collaborative/testsite
Performance: April 25 at the Blanton Museum of Art
Screening: April 22 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Film: Screening of THE GREAT PASSAGE / Washington, DC)

04/18/2014 - 04/26/2014

The 28th Washington, DC Film Festival will present the award-winning Japanese film THE GREAT PASSAGE by Yuya Ishii at the AMC Mazza Gallery Theater.

This screening is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts & Culture.

Exhibition: TOHOKU - Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers at Emergent Arts / Hot Springs, AR

04/18/2014 - 05/30/2014

This traveling exhibition on loan from The Japan Foundation features over 120 photographs from Tohoku. Curated by Japanese photography critic Kotaro Iizawa to mark the second anniversary of the great earthquake, the show does not attempt to document the damage or recovery but instead uses photography to show the natural and cultural environment of Tohoku, along with its people and their ways of life.

This exhibition is co-organized with the Consulate General of Japan in Nashville.

Ichiro Kojima, Around Inagaki, Tsugaru-shi¡¡1960
Courtesy of Hiroko Kojima

Exhibition: Takashi Horisaki and Nina Horisaki-Christens: Metabolic Morphology at Recess / New York, NY

03/25/2014 - 05/16/2014

Takashi Horisaki and Nina Horisaki-Christens will be working on Metabolic Morphology as part of Recess’s signature program, Session. Inspired by Soho’s signature architectural form - the cast iron building - the main component of the exhibition will take the form of a semi-modular installation of cast colored latex and vacuum-formed plastic elements that will be rearranged and expanded upon over the course of the project.
This project is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts and Culture.

Photo by Takashi Horisaki

Exhibition: Samurai: Beyond the Sword at the Detroit Institute of Art / Detroit, MI

03/09/2014 - 06/01/2014

This exhibition will be a rare opportunity to experience the world of the Japanese Samurai. Moving beyond the stereotype of the warrior, the exhibition explores the role of the military arts and the importance of Samurai engagement in the cultural, spiritual, and art worlds of their time.

This exhibition is supported by JFNY Grant for Arts and Culture.

Tosei gusoku armor with multi-colored lacing and solid-colored cuirass, 18th century. Iron, silk, lacquer, gold, boar fur and boar bristle. Courtesy of a private collection.

Exhibition: Chiharu Shiota: Presence in the Absence at Rochester Art Center / Rochester, MN

02/28/2014 - 05/18/2014

On this largest US exhibition to date of the performance and installation artist, Shiota will present a new, site-specific installation that will fill the gallery space with more than 600,000 feet of black yarn, as well as new drawings and video work.

This exhibition is supported by the Exhibitions Abroad Support Program.

Image: Chiharu Shiota, In Silence, 2011, Thread, piano, chair,¡¡Dimensions variable

Exhibition: Remaking Tradition: Modern Art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum at the Cleveland Museum of Art / Cleveland, OH

02/16/2014 - 05/11/2014

Featuring over 50 masterpieces of modern Japanese art from the Tokyo National Museum, the exhibition reflect a confluence of influences drawn from the Japanese traditional style of painting in concert with the emerging crafts tradition and Western styles of oil painting and sculpture.

This exhibition is supported by the Exhibitions Abroad Support Program.

Image: Maiko Girl, 1930. Tsuchida Bakuse (Japanese, 1887-1936). Panel painting, color on paper; 184 × 97 cm. Tokyo National Museum (A-12289 )

Exhibition: Damage Control: Art and Destruction since 1950 at the Hirshhorn Museum / Washington, DC

10/24/2013 - 05/26/2014

This is the first in-depth exploration of the theme of destruction in international contemporary visual culture. In all areas of art production since the mid-twentieth century, the notion of destruction has played an important role, whether as spectacle, as catharsis, as a reaction to world-weariness, as a means of depersonalizing emotional or cultural angst, as a form of rebellion against institutions, or as an essential component of re-creation. This ground-breaking exhibition includes works by a diverse range of international artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, film, installation, and performance.

This exhibition is supported through Exhibitions Abroad Support Program.

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