Blaze Carved in Darkness: Woodcut Movements in Asia 1930s–2010s

Arts Maebashi

poster for Blaze Carved in Darkness: Woodcut Movements in Asia 1930s–2010s
[Image: Leonilo Ortego Dolorican (Philippines), "Inside the Hacienda" (2014), Collection: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum]

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This exhibition contains about 400 works and is the first large-scale exhibition on Asia’s woodcut movements in the world. It seeks to articulate how woodcut was developed in Asia and how this small yet important media played a role in the social and historical context of the region.

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from February 02, 2019 to March 24, 2019

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