NGV Senior Curator of Asian Art Wayne Crothers discusses centuries of ceramics in Japan, and their influence on kimono textiles.
In 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…
At the age of just 25, artist Taniguchi Fumie painted Preparing to go out, one of the most important works of her career.
Joined by special guest and renowned Australian artist Rosslynd Piggott, this episode focuses on Piggott’s work Unfolding flower-cloud space n
Explore the enormous social changes that took place in the nineteenth-century and how these are reflected in the art and design of the period, from the industrial revolution to William…
The first how-to episode is inspired by Japanese ikebana, the traditional Japanese art of floral arrangement.
Benno Tempel, Director of Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, and Cathy Leahy, NGV Curator, discuss the legacy and popularity of Dutch artist M. C.
Oki Sato, Founder of nendo, explains how the Japanese design studio borrowed M. C.
Katsushika Hokusai is regarded as one of the most influential and creative minds in the history of Japanese art.
International guest curator, Thierry-Maxime Loriot talks about Viktor&Rolf’s Japanese inspired haute couture collection, Zen Garde
Rosslynd Piggott shares insights into her time spent in Japan in 1997 and how this influenced her painting practice.