Monthly Archives: March 2015

Art review: ‘Seduction: Japan’s Floating World and The Printer’s Eye’

Art review: ‘Seduction: Japan’s Floating World and The Printer’s Eye’ Advertisements

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Tatoo and Ukiyo-e

Tatoo and Ukiyo-e

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Cats in Ukiyo-e

Cats in Ukiyo-e

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Sinan’s Masterpieces – New Tourism Route

Sinan’s Masterpieces – New Tourism Route

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Hokusai’s Wave goes viral

Hokusai’s Wave goes viral

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Neil MacGregor, “Introduction”, in Ian Jenkins ea (eds), Defining Beauty. The Body in Ancient Greek Art, London: The British Museum 2015, p.13

“[…] In 334 BC, for example, the Macedonian king Alexander the Great embarked on a military expedition that finally defeated the Persian Empire at the battle of Issus in 333 BC. Alexander’s constant quest for new horizons were to take … Continue reading

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Kurosawa and movement

Kurosawa and movement

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Ancient Samurai Town

Ancient Samurai Town

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Rivera and Kahlo at DIA

Rivera and Kahlo at DIA

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Cats in Ukiyo-e

Cats in Ukiyo-e

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