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December 2009

Studio and Garden: Serizawa Keisuke and Textile Design

by sbrothier
Another of the exciting shows I saw while on my recent trip to NYC was a survey of the textile works of Serizawa Keisuke (1895-1984) at Japan Society, a Japanese designer who took his inspiration from the traditional techniques of stencil dyeing. This kimono was stunning in its color harmonies and surprising shapes. There were others just as dramatically beautiful. Some of the most startling designs were on Noren, or entrance curtains, their shapes strong and simple.

Serizawa Keisuke - Children of The Snow

by sbrothier
Keisuke Serizawa's original hand-stenciled dye print, "Children of The Snow" highlights the fabric patterns for the children's clothing. This Kataezome is printed upon Japanese hand-made mulberry paper and with full margins as published by the Keisuke Serizawa workshop between 1960 and 1970. It is signed with Serizawa's chopmark signature in the lower right corner.

Japan Society, New York - Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design Gallery

by sbrothier
SERIZAWA KEISUKE (1895-1984) Ehon Don Kihōte (A Don Quixote Picture Book), title page dated October 1936 but book completed 1937. Paper stencilling and hand painting on paper, 11 1/4 x 8 1/4 in. Tōhoku Fukushi University Serizawa Keisuke Art and Craft Museum.

Serizawa at the Japan Society Museum- artnet Magazine

by sbrothier
I had the good fortune to tour the comprehensive survey of works by textile master Serizawa Keisuke at the Japan Society, curated with admirable rigor by the society's gallery director Joe Earle, with two formidable blondes, Alexandra Peers of the Wall Street Journal and Alice Judelson of I-20 Gallery. As Peers commented, using an old journalistic term, "They buried the lede," by putting the jewels of the exhibition, Serizawa's incomparable kimonos from the 1960s, in a back room of the gallery, where you might miss them.

November 2009

Trailer - Yamazakura - Nippon Cinema

by sbrothier
Drawn to a tree full of beautiful cherry blossoms, Noe (Lena Tanaka) meets a man named Yoichiro Tezuka (Noriyuki Higashiyama). He happens to be one of the men she could have been arranged to marry before choosing her current husband, but she turned him down because he had a child. He asks her if she’s happy. She tells him yes, but in her heart she knows that’s not really true.

Architecture éternelle du Japon | Architecture éternelle du Japon - Librairie FATON

by sbrothier
L’architecture japonaise est enchanteresse : harmonie entre jardins et bâtisses, élégance des styles, raffinement des déco­rations, perfection des détails… L’envoûtement s’opère à son apparente fragilité qui fait naître un sentiment d’impermanence. Le message délivré est saisissant : racontant l’éphémère, cette architecture nargue les siècles d’un éternel éclat.

France Culture : Histoire de l'enseignement de l'architecture - A propos du patrimoine japonais

by sbrothier
Nous recevrons l'architecte et historien Jacques Lucan pour parler de l'histoire de l'enseignement de l'architecture, et de la place qu'y occupait la notion de composition, puis un spécialiste du patrimoine japonais et de son histoire, et de l'histoire de ses notions, Jean-Sébastien Cluzel

October 2009

Documentaires - Vidéos - France5

by sbrothier
Les routes mythiques d'échappées belles Japon la route des cerisiers en fleurs Gratuit jusqu'au 16/10 Prendre la route au Japon, pour un étranger, est une chose assez rare. Ce fut impossible durant des siècles où le pays, s'étant refermé sur lui-même, se préservait de tout contact, de toute influence du reste du monde. La route mythique empruntée ici pour traverser le Japon du sud au nord, est une pure découverte. Le plus grand mythe de cette route est peut-être celui du mariage de la tradition et de la modernité. C'est un grand écart que permettent les mythes de la création polythéiste du Japon. Ici, on peut tout imaginer : la poésie du vol d'un pétale de cerisier, comme l'ultra-réalisme du moment où l'homo japonicus aura créé un robot à son image.

September 2009

Obento, boite bento, régime et menu japonais - Obento.fr site sur les boites bento

by sbrothier
Le bentō (べんとう ; 弁当) est un terme japonais désignant le repas rapide ou casse croûte contenu dans un coffret ou boite pris hors de la maison mais aussi un plat unique japonais extrêmement populaire au Japon.

July 2009

June 2009

Tengoku - Accueil

by sbrothier
Nous sommes deux stylistes franco-japonais qui, amoureux des tissus du pays du soleil levant, avons décidé de créer des objets à partir de tissus que nous sélectionnons lors de nos voyages au Japon.

May 2009

craftershock - all things crafty.» Create Your Own Mini Koinobori

by sbrothier & 1 other
Create Your Own Mini Koinobori Today, we’re going to show you how to make your own mini koinobori! This template was created by a super creative crafter, artist, and Dal Frara enthusiast, Mini-toko. Koinobori Before we get started, you’ll need to download the free template (PDF). Now that you’ve done that, let’s get to work!

ZOOM . activities . do . Koinobori | PBS Kids

by sbrothier
Koinobori is Japanese for a flag that's shaped like a kind of fish called a carp. Every year on May 5th, Japanese families fly these flags in front of their homes to celebrate a holiday called Children's Day.