POETRY OF PLACE, the group exhibition by JP&UK printmakers
17 August - 16 September 2017, London
Presenting artworks by Japanese and British printmakers, Poetry of Place illustrates an intercultural dialogue inspired by the experiences of the artists travelling throughout Japan and Europe respectively.
The exhibition explores the theme of place as the site of memories, and the bonding that occurs between individuals and their environments. Real or imagined, physical or symbolic, coming from the past, the present, or the terrain that lies between, places are depicted in diverse geographical and temporal locations, sharing a visual language that runs through different printmaking processes from lithography, etching, aquatint, to relief and serigraphy.
* Guided tour of Poetry of Place exhibition, led by the curators Rebecca Marcus-Monks and Wyllie O Hagan. The tour will be followed by a Tea Ceremony embracing both Japanese and British traditions of this ancient cultural activity.
Limited places available. Please make your reservation by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
* The workshop for Woodcut Baren printing on Washi by Yuriko Miyoshi is open to everybody, from children to adult, from non artist to artist, can join this workshop from anytime.
But since resources are limited we recommend to book your place and time by email at email@example.com
More info of Yuriko Miyoshi and my workshop detail are here.
Admission Free (*A contribution of £1 for one postcard of Japanese paper (10 x 15*cm) and £2 for W postcard of Japanese paper (15 x 20*cm) will be requested to take part in the workshop.)
* Exhibition: 17 August – 16 September 2017 (open Monday - Satruday 10am - 6pm)
The Koppel Project, 93 Baker Street. London W1U 6RL
The Koppel Project