To carry on the tradition and spirit of their annual Print Show, CWAJ presents Intimate Dimensions. It is a special print exhibition and sale at the Frederick Harris Gallery, Tokyo American Club, running from September 27 to October 16.
This specially curated show assembles 80 contemporary Japanese prints by 35 acclaimed artists, ranging from 24-year-old Printmaker Award winner Hiroyuki Omori to the 103-year-old abstract calligrapher Toko Shinoda. Their works encompass a wide range of styles, themes and techniques such as woodblock, etching, lithograph and silkscreen. Compact in size, the works of many masters are now within reach. Prices range from ¥4,700 to ¥190,000. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!
All proceeds will go to CWAJ Scholarships and Fukushima Relief Projects.
The College Women’s Association of Japan (CWAJ) is a non-profit volunteer organization of women (500 members from over 30 countries) committed to education and cross-cultural exchange. The CWAJ Print Show, a major fundraiser, has provided more than 800 scholarships to date. The 60th CWAJ Print Show, held in Tokyo and Kobe in the fall of 2015, is now running in the US. The 61st CWAJ Print Show is to be held in the fall of 2017.