“From Edo to Now” at Asian Art in London

ICN gallery is proud to participate in Asian Art in London 2012 with numerous projects. Main exhibition will be held at ICN gallery in Shoreditch with new works from Keiko Masumoto but we are present at the Julian Hartnoll gallery in Duke Street St. James’s with the exhibition “From Edo to now” (4-10 Nov). In addition, we have organised live demonstrations and workshops with the acclaimed Adachi Foundation for traditional woodcut printing at the V&A and The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.

Term : 4 – 10 November 2012
Venue : Julian Hartnoll gallery
Organiser : ICN(Hexaproject London Ltd. )
Co-presented by The Daiwa Anglo-Janapese Foundation, The Victoria &Albert Museum, The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts
Supported by Asian Art in London
Cooperation :The Adachi Foundation for the Preservation of Woodcut Printing
Exhibition planning (producing/curation) : Hexaproject Ltd.
Workshop planning (learning programme) : Non-profit organization Hexaproject
Coordination : Hexaproject London Limited
Poster & flyer design : Hexaproject Ltd.
Web design : Hexaproject Ltd.
Participating Artists : Keiko Matsumoto, Riusuke Fukahori, Ryo Arai,Lya Nagado and others
Admission fee : No charge

Related event (As part of Asian Art in London)
Title:Ukiyo-e Live demonstation & Workshop of the Suri process (applying colour to the print)
2 Nov 2012 The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts http://www.psta.org.uk/
3 Nov 2012 Daiwa Foundation http://www.dajf.org.uk/
4 Nov 2012 Victoria &Albert Museum http://www.vam.ac.uk/
Ukiyo-e Talk by Monika Hinkel (SOAS/V&A) 13:00-14:00
Ukiyo-e Live demonstation & Workshop 14:00-15:30