Online Exhibition

Contemporary Japanese Prints

Japanese printmaking is widely associated with early woodblock prints representing Japanese lifestyle, landscape and traditional subjects. Whilst these traditions are still valid today, many contemporary Japanese artists have moved on and whilst often remaining true to their heritage, they are producing some of the finest and most creative prints available.

This online exhibition is presented in collaboration with Peter Ford of the Off Centre Gallery in Bristol who was the curator of the exhibition ‘Made in Japan’ that opened at the Bristol City Museum in September 2001 and subsequently toured to five other galleries in the UK.

The artists in the exhibition demonstrate a wide variety of skills and techniques, mostly using traditional methods but some embracing modern technology.

Read more about Japanese Printmaking in our special Spotlight Feature:

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For information about artwork and purchases please contact: Celia Wickham

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