Ahead of his debut at Artexpo in New York, we talked to Nikuguso Tarou about art, comedy, and keeping it 'kawaii.'
The Library of Congress’s expansive digitization efforts makes more art available to a larger public.
The exhibit features bamboo artists from the Japanese periods of Meiji and Taishō.
‘A Third Gender,' currently on view at the Japan Society in New York, explores the unique occurrence of an alternative gender of sorts in Edo period Japan.
Muralist and painter Boy Kong draws from a variety of artistic wells for his multimedia works.
The landscape prints of world-traveling printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida are on view at Ronin Gallery.
Ronin Gallery is showing its collection of modern and traditional Japanese woodblock prints in ‘Ghosts, Demons and the Bizarre’.
Did you know the Japanese used stingray skin to wrap sword hilts?
The latest monographic show from iconic Japanese modern artist, Takashi Murakami, presses refresh on his signature, eclectic aesthetic.
A new video revisits the Guggenheim’s seminal exhibition of postwar Japanese art ‘Scream Across the Sky’.
Graphics so commonly date video games, badly, but the sense of style that Clover Studio brought to its 2006 adventure is truly timeless.
The mega-artist's mesmerizing new exhibition features three new mirror rooms, pumpkin sculptures, and 'infinity net' paintings.