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M-Cake: COOL JAPAN CAKE

M CAKES Japan
M CAKES is a licensed home-based e-commerce webstore business specializing in creative custom designed cakes, owned & operated by cake designer/decorator Megumi "jumbo-m" Suzuki. "American Cake Decorating Strictly Made in Hokkaido" Megumi Suzuki is a self-taught cake decorator specializing in sculpted fondant cakes and fondant cake toppers. It all began in 2008, when Megumi came across rolled fondant on the internet during a...

First Exhibition to Pair Rival Artists Kuniyoshi and Kunisada at MFA Boston

AUGUST 11–DECEMBER 10, 2017 In August, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), opens an exhibition of works by rival artists Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864) and Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861), the two foremost designers of ukiyo-e woodblock prints in 19th-century Japan. Kunisada was the popular favorite during his lifetime, famous for realistic portraits of Kabuki theater actors, sensual images of beautiful women and...

Asian Art Museum Sweeps Industry Awards

ASIAN ART MUSEUM SWEEPS INDUSTRY AWARDS
Critically-acclaimed exhibition The Rama Epic wins multiple prestigious accolades from Association of Art Museum Curators and American Alliance of Museums San Francisco, May 12, 2017 — The Rama Epic: Hero, Heroine, Ally, Foe, an unprecedented special exhibition that was on view at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco from Oct. 21, 2016 – Jan. 15, 2017, was the recipient...

Liu Jianhua: Collected Letters

Liu Jianhua: Collected Letters
NOW ON VIEW LOGGIA, SECOND FLOOR In the elegant Loggia, echoes of our building’s history linger in limestone walls, stately pillars and the ornate ceiling. Now, a cutting-edge art installation transforms one corner of the space: Porcelain letters and fragments of Chinese characters, suspended in midair, mingle in a silent symphony of symbols, open to interpretation and a new reading. With...

China’s 8 Brokens: Puzzles of the Treasured Past

China’s 8 Brokens Puzzles of the Treasured Past
JUNE 17–OCTOBER 29, 2017 This summer, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), presents China's 8 Brokens: Puzzles of the Treasured Past, the first-ever exhibition dedicated to bapo (which translates to "eight brokens") painting. The revolutionary artistic genre emerged in China during the mid-19th century. Eight is a lucky number in Chinese culture, and bapo refers to the damaged cultural...

SAINTS AND KINGS ARTS, CULTURE, AND LEGACY OF THE SIKHS

SAINTS AND KINGS
MAR 10 — JUN 25, 2017 Celebrate the artistic and cultural heritage of the Sikhs. With nearly 27 million adherents worldwide, Sikhism is among the world’s largest religions, and also one of the youngest. A diverse selection of 30 paintings, prints and textiles celebrates the artistic and cultural legacy of the Sikhs and the community’s longstanding connection to California. Delve into...

UNITED ARTS CAMPAIGN SURPASSES $2.039 MILLION GOAL!

United Arts
ORLANDO – MAY 8, 2017 – United Arts of Central Florida today announced its 2017 collaborative Campaign for the Arts raised $2.088 million, exceeding its goal by almost $50,000. The intensive three-month fundraiser partners with the area’s cornerstone cultural groups. United Arts opened the campaign with Arts for ALL Day on February 4. The free-admission event, focused on attracting new...

The Nanking Revolution

This is an excerpt from Brandon Chin's novel, "The Nanking Revolution". It is an alternative history of The Nanking Massacre where the Chinese civilians, instead, rise up against the Imperial Japanese Army. You can download the novel in its entirety here: https://brandonchin.net/book/the-nanking-revolution Neda felt a thick knot settle in his chest sitting frozen over. The cramped train full of other young...

TOMB TREASURES: NEW DISCOVERIES FROM CHINA’S HAN DYNASTY

One of the most powerful civilizations of the ancient world, China’s Han dynasty achieved profound cultural and artistic influence, technological advancements and military might. Two thousand years later, discoveries of royal tombs allow us to glimpse these extraordinary accomplishments firsthand. Emulating their grand palaces, Han royals built lavishly furnished tombs so that, in the afterlife, no need would go unmet....

Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads to be installed on grounds of The Ringling

Ai Weiwei, "Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads: Bronze," 2010. Bronze. Dimensions variable, approximate sizes: Snake 118” high x 53” wide x 63” deep Ox 128” high x 62” wide x 63” deep Dragon 134” high x 66” wide x 77” deep Dog 119” high x 53” wide x 68” deep Monkey 119” high x 53” wide x 56” deep Ram 120” high x 60” wide x 62” deep Tiger 129” high x 53” wide x 62” deep Horse 119” high x 53” wide x 61” deep Rat 119” high x 53” wide x 63” deep Rabbit 129” high x 53” wide x 63” deep Pig 119” high x 53” wide x 67” deep Rooster 144” high x 53” wide x 55” deep Private Collection. Image courtesy of Ai Weiwei.
 Group of works is one of the most-viewed sculpture projects in history of contemporary art SARASOTA, Fla. – March 16, 2017 – Chinese artist Ai Weiwei continues to gain attention for the upcoming release of both his memoir and his latest documentary on the global refugee crisis, as well as his four simultaneous gallery shows upon his return to New...
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