During the first half of the twentieth century Japan’s traditional art and aesthetics interacted with European life and culture, resulting in a pulsating era of Japanese modernism and the creation…
Throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Japan has been admired globally for unique artistic traditions and sophisticated visual design.
Japanese artist Misaki Kawai presents Moja Moja Life: Misaki Kawai for Kids, an indoor playground featuring a display of colourful, furry sculptures of dogs and a puppet studio.
Camille Henrot, the French-born, New York City-based contemporary artist, will be celebrated in an Australian-first survey of works that take a playful and inventive approach to addressing life’s big questions,…
Tammy Kanat is a Melbourne-based artist whose recent work has focused on tapestries woven around an oval-shaped copper frame.
During the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries the reclusive island nation of Japan became internationally recognised for one treasured product beyond all others: Imari porcelain.
Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds is a groundbreaking exhibition that features the work of Dutch artist M. C.
The period following the Second World War witnessed enormous changes in society.
In 1854, after a period of over two hundred years of self-imposed isolation, Japan was forced by the United States to open its borders to international trade.
Established in 2011, Broached Commissions was founded as a creative agency whose purpose is to commission designers to produce ambitious and finely crafted, collectable design pieces with the capacity to…
Akio Makigawa is remembered for his contemplative Zen-like works constructed from primary materials, including stone, steel and wood.
Uneasy Seasons reflects leading Australian artist Fiona Hall’s lifelong passion for the natural world and her concerns about growing pressures on the environmen
This exhibition brings together a selection of recent work by the Japanese contemporary artist Miyanaga Akira.
Katsushika Hokusai is regarded as one of the most influential and creative minds in the history of Japanese art.
Bamboo groves are a quintessential part of the Japanese landscape, and bamboo weaving is one of the oldest technical skills to have developed in Japan.