Kakizome

January 13 - 28, 2018

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 1-6 PM
Sunday 1-5 PM and by appointment


Reception: Saturday January 13, 4–6 pm





The first calligraphy of the year is a traditional Japanese event held on January 2nd. Those who observe this tradition use brush and ink to write something auspicious with ink and brush on paper. It is the beginning of a calligraphy tournament held in various part of Japan. New year days are the biggest holiday in Japan, and there are many events celebrating the new year, such as new year’s visit to shrine to pray for peace and safety, or decorating a truck for the beginning of trading (Hatsuni).In this exhibition you will see art inspired with the essence of Kakizome.

Guillermo Rest, Christopher Craig, Taka Yamaguchi, Yoshimi Tanaka, Mieko Mitachi, Yuko K., Akemi Takeda, Akiko Kosaka, K Saito, Orin Buck, Yoichiro Yoda, Helmut Krackie, Gerald Jackson, Naoaki Funayama, K & D, Iku Higuchi, Jacek Maczynski, Eileen Mullan

 

128 Rivington St.
(bet. Essex & Norfolk)
NYC, NY 10002
212 674 0244

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