"Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints"

Japan Society

Until Sun Jun 9 2013

  • Courtesy of the artist

    Tomokazu Matsuyama, For the Time Being, 2012

  • Courtesy Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    Kabukidō Enkyō, Nakamura Nakazō II as Matsuōmaru, 1796

  • Courtesy Scholten Japanese Art

    Paul Binnie, A Hundred Shades of Ink of Edo: Sharaku’s Caricatures (Edo zumi hyaku shoku: Sharaku no Giga), 2011

  • Courtesy of the artist

    AIKO, Lovers, 2012

  • Ben Warren

    AIKO, Sunrise, 2013

  • Courtesy Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    Katsushika Hokusai, Fine Wind, Clear Weather from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, 1831–34

  • Private collection

    Ishii Tōru, Tokyo Tower, 2007

  • Courtesy Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    Utagawa Kunisada and Utagawa Hiroshige, Goyu from the series Fifty-three Stations by Two Brushes, 1855

Courtesy of the artist

Tomokazu Matsuyama, For the Time Being, 2012

 
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  • Name:

    Japan Society

  • Address:

    Japan Society 333 E 47th St
    Midtown East
    New York
    10017

  • Cross Street:

    between First and Second Aves

  • Venue phone:

    212-832-1155

  • Venue website:

    japansociety.org

  • Opening hours:

    Tue–Thu 11am–6pm; Fri 11am–9pm; Sat, Sun 11am–5pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: E, M to Lexington Ave–53rd St; 6 to 51st St

  • Price:

    $12, seniors and students $10, children under 16 free; Fri 6–9pm free

  • Map

    1. Japan Society
      • 333 E 47th St
        Midtown East
        New York
        10017
      • 212-832-1155
      • japansociety.org
      • 40.752418,-73.968469
  • Date Time Price information
  • Wed May 8 2013
    11:00am
    $12, under 16 free