Japanese art arrives to Chiado in September with more than 50 artists
Journey to Japan – from traditional to contemporary is the name of the Japanese art exhibition, which opens on September 3rd, at 2 pm, in Atelier Natália Gromicho located at Chiado, Lisboa.
There are 50 artists selected by the curatorship of the Japanese gallery EMP and 75 works will be presented, from traditional calligraphy, painting in various techniques, photography and much more. Several Japanese state representatives in Portugal are confirmed, such as the Ever Media Promotion Company and several artists from this show.
Journey to Japan – from traditional to contemporary can be seen from the 3rd to the 17th of September, at Atelier Natália Gromicho, from Monday to Saturday from 12:00 to 18:00.
Toko Tsuchiya, Jun Nishizaki, Gyokuin Urano,Tatsuya Yasumoto, Hiroshi Nagoya, Hideki Kikuchi, Asako Nagasawa, Miyuki Nemoto, Yukio Tsuji, Eiko Yoshida, Etsuko Shibata, Kaen Ishihara, Toyoo Iwakoshi, Syosaku Hayakawa, Fuyo Takahashi, Haigyoku Tayasu, Hougetsu Maeda, Mineko Ochiai, Teiryo Ono, Chizuko Itabashi, Yoko Shimoyama, Keiko Iizuka, Yoriko Ishibuchi, Hiroyuki Ohnishi, Emi Rokujo, Sachiko Ide, Pen, Fumiko Henmi, MIHO, Yoshiko Fujita, Toshifumi Nakajima, Masako Sakamoto, Harumi Saji, Sachiko Mori, Yasue Odajima, Akeo Ando, Suisen Hasegawa, Hisashi Nakano, Nobue Ito, Kazuko Komatsubara, Junko Yagyu, Kazumitsu Shimizu, Kyoko Hotta, Keiko Imai, Atsuko Iketani, Ryo Ishii, Takeshi Yamagata, Tamiko Yamashita, Gasyun Simamura, Sachiko Nagayama