Kenya Shimizu is scheduled to show three new works in Paris, two of which I’m introducing right here. I’m excited to inform everyone that Mr Shimizu is also scheduled to travel to Paris for the exhibition. Art Works Information Hommage 36.4cmX25.7cm watercolour, silver leaf €2600 “Shi Jin” nicknamed “Nine Tatooed Dragons” from “the Water Margin”, […]
Jiraiya has graciously created three brand new, original works especially for the Paris e xhibition. Along wth Gengoroh Tagame, Jiraiya is one of the best known Japanese gay artists in France, recently having a collection of his illustrations published in French. It’s rare for his original works to become available, so these are sure to […]
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I received this email from Gengoroh Tagame and so I’m forwarding it on to all the visitors to my site. Dear friends, Long time no hear, how are you? I’ll do exhibition at Paris in France, from September 30th to November 12th. And I’ll be in Paris, from the evening of September 28th, until the […]
The new artwork in Iwata Iwao’s “Japanese male” series is almost ready for debut. The image shown here is the finished work in CG form, but Iwata will be showing a hand-painted version of the work at our exhibition in Paris. Even more exciting is the fact that Iwata will be attending the Paris opening […]
Moriou, one of the artists scheduled to appear at our Paris exhibition has just opened an individual at Cocolo Cafe, a restaurant/cafe in Tokyo’s famous gay district Shinjuku 2Chome. Most of the artworks featured in the exhibition are based on real friends and acquaintances of the artist. All of the artworks appearing at Cocolo will […]
My first trip to Paris is quickly approaching and I’m getting a little nervous! (Not helped by the fact I don’t speak any French!) Currently I’m inviting everyone on my Facebook page to the opening of my Paris exhibition opening night next month. Please feel free to invite any of your friends that may be […]
I have no idea why this artist calls himself Wanko. In Japanese it sounds like the noise a dog makes! Maybe a lot of Japanese artists have a weird senses of humour but it seems that so many artists recently have crazy pen-names. Many of them I can’t even understand! Is this some kind of […]