In our recent blog post on Naoshima Island we mentioned Hiroshi Sugimoto, as he created several site-specific pieces for the Japanese art island. Sugimoto is a photographer and artist who also explores architecture and performing arts. Find out more in our latest blogpost.
Oseibo is a Japanese winter gift-giving tradition, a time where people show each other gratitude and give thanks to those that have shown you kindness during the year. Oseibo, meaning ‘year-end’, is often presented mid-December, as an expression of appreciation and recognition.
We are excited to share our first collaboration with Erin Niimi Longhurst, author of Japonisme, Omoiyari and A Little Book of Japanese Contentments, who will be sharing pieces inspired by our latest exhibitions and collections, with a focus on Japanese philosophy.