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“The sense of liberation among participants is almost palpable, there are no expectations, no ‘shoulds,’ no senses of inferiority, the baseline for everyone is the same.”

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REVIEW BY Lauren W Deutsch

“To begin with a chawan in the palm of one’s hand and end up imagining a garden, poem or painting reveals the richness inherent in Japanese culture.” — Allen S. Weiss

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“Let the photo-taking sessions be a ballet instead of a military-style attack or a grueling marathon. In the garden, drink the sun, sweep with the wind, sing like a bird, and dance with a shovel and a rake.”

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Artworks have Actions

On October 15, 2014 By

“If you are the type of person who is sure that you know what art is then Ai Weiwei is probably not for you.”

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Migrating Genius

On September 7, 2013 By

INTERVIEW
BY STEWART WACHS

“There’s so much to learn from birds. When I was a child they were my first absorbing fascination in life.”

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Osmosis

On June 29, 2013 By

BY JODIE MOON

A synergy of the artistic energies of two artists with roots in many cultures and places.

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BY PRESTON L. HOUSER

Graphic artist MAYUMI ODA’s cultural, spiritual, and artistic odyssey has taken her through many lives, eras, countries, and incarnations…

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ART
REVIEW BY JOHN EINARSEN

Art Space Tokyo charts the ever-shifting Tokyo art scene via essays and interviews with curators, collectors, artists, journalists, art fair directors, critics and bloggers.

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