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SOMETHING BRIGHT AND FUN – Yuki Ogura, a very prolific artist

A Japanese Modern & Contemporary artist The warmth and humanity in her work, makes she endearing to audiences. Her maiden name was Yuki Mizoguchi. Yuki Ogura http://www.artnet.com/artists/yuki-ogura/ was born in Ōtsu city (Shiga Prefecture), into a March day, in 1895. Her home-studio were located in Kamakura, where she lived to the age of 105. Her work has been offered at …

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DESTRUCTURED CLOTHES, ON THE BORDER WITH THE ABSURD – Rei Kawakubo, the great Lady of the Japanese avant-garde

Doing things never done, but with a strong image In 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of New York dedicated an exhibition to her, collecting her most iconic items. Three-dimensional and exaggerated dresses, unconventionally also made with overlapping materials. She had studied art and literature, had become an advertising and finally a stylist. Born in Tokyo on an October day in 1942, …

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THE CHARM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, BETWEEN VIVID AND DREAMY COLORS – Mika Ninagawa, a multidisciplinary artist who works in photography and film

A creative look that embraces flora, fauna, landscapes and paintings In Japan, celebrities are looking for her portraits. Her photographic works deal with themes inherent to Japanese youth culture, as well as – among other themes – goldfish and landscapes. Known for her style filled with vibrant colors, photographer Mika Ninagawa https://mikaninagawa.com/ was born in Tokyo on an October day …

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VISIONARY MASTERPIECES, AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD – Chimako Tada, a sweetly flexible and beautiful language

Write on the outskirts of life, in relative isolation. Author of over 15 poetry books, Chimako Tada https://poets.org/poet/tada-chimako was a poet famous for her surreal style. She translated prose and poetry from French, documenting with words the female experience in the period following the end of the Second World War. Her Japanese translation of Yourcenar’s Memoires d’Hadrien was publish with …

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FEELINGS, WORLD VISIONS AND MANGA – Hiromu Arakawa, a consistent and unpretentious style

A manga for entertainment, away from sadness Born in 1973 in Makubetsu, on a May day, she grew up on the family farm, dreaming of becoming a comic book author from an early age. In the presentation of her albums, Hiromu Arakawa – who has been the mother of a child since 2007 – has the habit of drawing herself …

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WHERE YOU CAN FALL 7 TIMES, RAISING 8 – Getting to know Japan, among courteous friends

Cherry blossoms and warrior men In their country, a flower represents the fragility and beauty of life. In Japanese culture, the meaning of the cherry blossom tree dates back to ancient times. As you begin your trip to Japan https://www.japan.travel/en/, it is advisable never to forget, under any circumstances, that life can be wonderfully beautiful, but also short. Also into …

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WHERE SKIN EMITTE A CARAMEL CREATIVITY – You cannot bring a Filipino journey to life, without losing something substantial

Traveling where it pays to be interested in what did not happen The average temperature in the Philippines http://experiencephilippines.org/ is 86degreesF (30degreesC). Being an archipelago, its offers countless adventures to experience and activities to do. Some parts of the country such are warm and comfortable in all seasons and can be visit throughout the year. As different bodies of water …

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THE ARTIST WHO CAME FROM THE MASSES – Carlo J. Caparas, a conflict of aesthetic systems

When an Artist Award it is declared void  He is known as a director of numerous massacre films such as Kuratong Baleleng. Filipino comic strip creator and writer-turned film director he was born in Pampanga in 1958. At the University of Santo Tomas Hospital in Manila, Donna Villa, passed away when was 57. Together with husband, Carlo J. Caparas https://www.facebook.com/LenteNiCaparas/, …

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POPULIST ART AND MARGINALIZED SOCIETY – Onib Olmedo and his expressionistic figurative paintings

A leading figure in Philippine expressionism Prior to his death, he had received critical acclaim for his work both in his country and abroad. Onib Olmedo http://www.artnet.com/artists/onib-olmedo/ died in 1996, when he was only 59 years old, but his impact in the art scene continues to be felt on his country. As evidenced by a whole new generation of artists …

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WHEN THE STARS SHINE IN A PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORK – BJ Pascual, a creative with an impressive fan base

Make interesting things from various cultures In elementary, he would always bring a camera to school, taking photos of friends in his makeshift bedroom studio. Before attended Parsons in New York, he attended De La Salle University in Manila. Best known for being specializes in fashion photography that he shares also through Instagram in 2013 professional photographer BJ Pascual https://www.outthere.travel/bj-pascualmanila/ …

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