AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY – TAASA Review March 2011

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Varilaku – Pacific Arts from the Solomon Islands National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 26 February ­ 29 May 2011 pm: An introduction to traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Kunio Sakai, Director of Sakai Kokodo Gallery and Deputy Director of The Japan Ukiyo-e Museum.

Japanese with English interpretation. and individual practice throughout the region.

Each lecture presents the broader socio-political context for a specific movement or artist, as well as cultural highlights of the period and reception of the work, both locally and globally. This is the first major exhibition in Australia bringing together the finest traditional arts from one of our nearest neighbours...