‘ Japan ’ Category

IFAA Tokyo Exhibition 2012

April 30th, 2012 - Leo Plaw

The Japanese artist group, the International Fantastic Art Association (IFAA) is again exhibiting, this time with twin exhibitions. The exhibition opens at the Salon de G Gallery, in the world renowned, artsy Ginza district of Tokyo. Exhibiting with the 52 IFFA members will be two guest French arstists Dominique Desorges and Hugues Gillet. Both artists have exhibited with the group in Paris.

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IFAA Miniture Exhibition

January 28th, 2012 - Leo Plaw IFAA Miniture Exhibition

The very active Japanese artist collective, the International Fantastic Art Association (IFAA), is exhibiting in Osaka this coming February. Thirty nine of the group’s members will be each exhibiting two small works offering a small window on Japanese Fantastic Art.

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IFAA Fantastic Art Exhibition Tokyo 2011

July 6th, 2011 - Leo Plaw IFAA - Tokyo 2011

The International Fantastic Art Association presents it’s “Fantastic Art Show Tokyo 2011” this month.

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Surréalisme – National Art Centre Tokyo

February 17th, 2011 - Leo Plaw Surréalisme – National Art Centre Tokyo

The National Art Centre Tokyo showcases a total of 170 Surrealist paintings, sculptures, objects, sketches, photos and films and other related materials from the extensive collection of the Pompidou Center in Paris.

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AOI and IFAA Become Sister Art Societies

December 14th, 2009 - Leo Plaw Shoji Tanaka and Michel de Saint Ouen

London based Society for the Art of Imagination (AOI) have twinned with International Fantastic Art Association (IFAA) which is based in Japan. As a first step all members of IFAA and AOI will be able to submit works to each other’s exhibitions.

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