Events by year: 2009

2 October 2009

Victorian Architecture in Meiji Japan

This lecture by the eminent architectural historian, Professor Hiroyuki Suzuki, explored the Victorian face of Meiji Japan through the work of Josiah Conder (1852-1920), a British architect invited by the Japanese government to teach at the Imperial College of Engineering in Tokyo in 1877.

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22 September 2009

London-Tokyo-Nagasaki: prints and drawings by Chris Orr, RA

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is pleased to announce a solo show by Chris Orr, “LONDON-TOKYO-NAGASAKI”   Chris Orr RA has had many exhibitions worldwide including at the Whitechapel and Serpentine Galleries in London. He regularly shows his work at the Jill George Gallery and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Last year, the special exhibition, ‘10’

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18 June 2009

Japan and Britain at War and Peace

Edited by Hugo Dobson and Nobuko Kosuge, with contributions by Kimihiko Baba, Hugo Dobson, Reinhard Drifte, C.G.H. Dunlop, Yoichi Kibata, Nobuko Kosuge, Fumitaka Kurosawa, Kei Nemoto, Ian Nish, Caroline Rose, Philip Towle and John Weste. Since the events of the Second World War the relationship between Japan and Britain has undergone an extraordinary transformation, from

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16 June 2009

Daiwa Foundation Art Prize: Introducing British Artists to Japan - Short-list Exhibition: Marcus Coates, Adam Dant and Bedwyr Williams Private View

The three artists short listed for the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize, introducing British artists to Japan, will exhibit their work at Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery in London until 17 July 2009. The winner of the £5,000 prize and the opportunity for a solo exhibition at the Tomio Koyama Gallery in Tokyo – Marcus Coates – was announced on 16th June.

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