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Hanga Ten presents The Rock and Soul of the Japanese Garden as part of Asian Art in London

Saturday, October 28th, 2017
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Image: OHTSU KAZUYUKI: Summer Sunflower (Courtesy of the artist and Hanga Ten)

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During Asian Art in London Week, Hanga Ten is presenting an exhibition of Japanese Prints and Paintings titled
THE ROCK AND SOUL OF THE JAPANESE GARDEN 
through the eyes of our artists  30 October – 10 November 2017Gallery 8
8 Duke Street, St. James’s
London SW1Y 6BN   (Directions here)

For more information contact Hanga Ten.

 

Hanga Ten is exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair in South Kensington (8-12/Feb)

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Hanga Ten is exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair that is taking place at the Royal Geographical Society in Exhibition Road from 8th to 12th of February. Click here for more information and for tickets to attend.

About Hanga Ten

Hanga Ten is the only showcase in the UK and Europe specialising exclusively in contemporary Japanese prints.
 These prints are original works of art, almost always meticulously hand-printed by the artist themselves. Editions are strictly limited.

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Hanga Ten represent about twenty-five artists, either Japanese or foreign who have lived in Japan for many years. Most of the artists are well-known in their field and their works are in international collections throughout the world. A few however are young artists whom we have selected for their special talent. While styles vary from traditional Japanese scenes to the abstract, all have in common the originality and technical excellence of their work based on the disciplines of this Japanese art.

For more information click here.

Hanga Ten and Vera Schuhmacher Fine Art exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair (10-14/Feb)

Monday, February 1st, 2016

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Image credit: Works presented by Vera Schuhmacher, above and Hamanishi Katsunori’s mezzotint, below (Courtesy of Hanga Ten)

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Hanga Ten and Vera Schuhmacher Fine Art are exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair from 10th to 14th February at their new venue, the Royal Geographical Society, South Kensington.

Vera Schuhmacher Fine Art, who is celebrating her 20th anniversary in 2016, specialises in bringing artists from abroad and representing them exclusively in the UK. She sells their works, mainly oil paintings on canvas and also sculptures in well established galleries in England. She organises solo shows as well as joint exhibitions for her artists and shows their work at art fairs, such as the upcoming Works on Paper Art Fair. For more information contact Vera Schuhmacher.

Hanga Ten is the only showcase in the UK and Europe specialising exclusively in contemporary Japanese prints. These prints are original works of art, almost always meticulously hand-printed by the artist themselves. Editions are strictly limited. For more information contact Hanga Ten.

Hanga Ten Hamanishi Katsunori

 

Hanga Ten presents Sarah Brayer’s “Luminosity” during Asian Art Week (2-13/Nov)

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Hanga Ten presents Sarah Brayer’s “Luminosity”, an exhibition taking place as part of Asian Art Week 2-13 November at Gallery 8, Duke Street.

Hanga Ten is the only showcase in the UK and Europe specialising exclusively in contemporary Japanese prints. These prints are original works of art, almost always meticulously hand-printed by the artist themselves. Editions are strictly limited.

Hanga Ten Contemporary Japanese Prints will exhibit at the Works on Paper Fair, Science Museum (4-8 Feb)

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Hanga Ten Contemporary Japanese Prints will exhibit at the Works on Paper Fair (4-8 Feb) at  Stand 6. The Fair takes place at the Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington SW7 2DD. For more information and to attend, contact Hanga Ten .

Wed 4 Feb 3pm-9pm, Opening Preview
Thu 5 Feb 11am-9pm, Late Night
Fri 6 Feb, Sat 7 Feb, Sun 8 Feb, 11am-6pm

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