Last year, Culturespaces introduced us to the Atelier des Lumières. Putting a technological twist on the glistening work of Gustav Klimt, this luminous exhibition magically transformed an old iron foundry
The National Gallery of Art’s major spring exhibition, “The Life of Animals in Japanese Art,” will open a month late, the latest casualty — but not the last — of January’s record-setting government shutdown.
Architect-turned-illustrator Honami Enya chronicles sentōs, or bathhouses, around Japan. Using the technical skills she gained while obtaining her Master’s degree in architecture, she creates detailed
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Dark Horse, well-known for its gaming-related publications, will bring The Art of Super Mario Odyssey to the US later this year. The hardcover art book was released in Japan in September of last year,
Tsuyoshi Ozawa’s installation “Jizoing” consists of 18 photographs and a large pile of futons. Stacked in a corner a capacious gallery at Blum & Poe, the futons form a mountain one must climb to see the
Detective Pikachu’s furrowed brow is the best thing to happen in a long time There are moments in the most recent Detective Pikachu trailer that we’ve already seared into our brains. Buff Mewtwo is a that
Want to kick off your spring with some culture? Fortunately, exceptional art exhibitions are in full-bloom this month, making March a perfect time to step into a museum. From a literature-inspired exhibition