Japanese Art

Buddha and Jesus share an apartment in downtown Tokyo: Curator Nicole Rousmaniere discusses the Manga collected by the British Museum.

Christie's takes a look at the collective of experimental Gutai artists whose impact on contemporary art is still being fully recognized.

"In 1954 the Gutai Bijutsu Kyōkai, or Gutai group…

Follow V&A Conservators as they treat an elaborately decorated Japanese palanquin in our collection. Known as a ‘norimono’ in Japanese, meaning ‘thing to ride’, this box-like enclosed chair…

Bamboo explores the evolution of Japanese bamboo basketry from a purely functional art form into complicated, distinctly Japanese sculptural forms of variable scale. A major selection of…

The versatile ways contemporary artists use bamboo is explored in a new exhibition at the Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) in Los Angeles. Japanese bamboo weaving is an art form that dates back…