Browngrotta Arts Presents Transforming Tradition: Japanese and Korean Contemporary Craft
An online exclusive exhibition on Artsy, March 1 - 31, 2020 | www.artsy.net | www.browngrotta.com In honor of Asia Art Week 2020 this March, browngrotta arts has collated contemporary works by 12 artists born in Japan and Korea for an online exhibition, Transforming Tradition: Japanese and Korean Contemporary Craft. The works include ceramics, weavings, baskets and sculptures made of paper and silk.Notable in the exhibition are paper sculptures by Naomi Kobayashi and an elegant silk thread assemblage by her late husband, Masakazu Kobayashi. The couple often collaborated, working on installations that combined elements created by each of them. “These works express a shared vision and such
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