Lost in Transition by Vanessa Milito Rodriguez
For the East Asian Culture lover, there is an interesting art event that I hope you would be interested in joining us.
The details of artist is as below and the plan for the day will be meeting in the gallery and afterwards we can have dinner at Bone Daddies in old street or Vietnamese food in Hoxton depending on how the group feel.
This will be the first event I organised as the consul of East Asian Culture Group and I hope by meeting the people / organise the event to explore East Asian Culture and to share experience that you have traveled to or just for a chat and making friends.
Hope to see you All three :)
VMR – Vanessa Milito Rodriguez – is an Italian-Colombian artist born in Milan, Italy. She has become fascinated with the traditional Japanese tattoos, Irezumi, which then led her to the discovery of Ukiyo-e woodblock prints. In Protected content moved to Paris, France, where her love for Ukiyo-e and Japanese culture has grown even further as Paris is the birthplace of the ’Japonisme’ art movement.This exhibition celebrates the mix between the traditional Japanese culture and the modern pop culture. The artworks are inspired by the works of Ukiyo-e masters, such as Hokusai and Hasui. The dominant colours are blue and pink – the blue of the Hokusai’s waves and the pink of the neon lights of Shibuya, Tokyo.
The exhibition showcases mostly watercolour paintings, which introduce colourful and carefree objects inspired by Japanese folk toy
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