fishcake: Japanese Artists in New York - 1971
fishcake presents Japanese Artists in New York - 1971 Photographs by Tom Haar
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Exhibition runs from February 16 - May 13, 2017
Viewing hours are Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm
fishcake is excited to present Japanese Artists in New York - 1971 featuring photographs by Tom Haar.
During the early years of Tom Haar's residence in New York, from 1968 to 1983, he learned of a large group of Japanese artists. Intrigued by their exciting lifestyle in New York, and having grown up in Japan himself, he decided to capture their creatives lives in a photo essay, Japanese Artists of New York - 1971.
"New York was very stimulating in the early 1970s - in areas gritty and seedy - especially in lower Manhattan, where many of the artists lived. SoHo and the artists' housing, Westbeth, were still in their infancies."
This show exhibits a selection from Japanese Artists in New York - 1971, supplemented by a group of original artwork by a few other artists.
This exhibition has been made possibly with the generous support of the Ishibashi Foundation and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i.
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