Business & Policy
For a New World to Come: Keiji Uematsu, Cutting
In 1971, artist Keiji Uematsu created the site-specific sculptural piece, Cutting, in an exploration of the unseen forces that define our bodies’ relationship to the spaces we inhabit – balance, gravity, and tension. On October 6, 2015, Uematsu came to Japan Society to install Cutting in our North Gallery as part of the exhibition, For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968-1979.
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Japan Earthquake Relief Fund
On the 4th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan Society remembers those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever changed by the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear power plant meltdown. We are heartened by the determination and resilience of the residents of Tohoku.
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- Cats Purr-vade Japan's History and Culture
- Christianity In Japan & A Noh Theater Prayer For Peace
- Lessons From Another World: Three Timeless Folktales From Japan
- The Mystery Of Merii of Hama And The Birth Of 'Yokohama Rosa'
- Learning Japanese: Enhance Classes With A Listening and Reading Routine
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