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Japanese woodcut of a handheld mirror on a yellow wooden stage and a red background by Nana Shiomi

Traditional Icons and Creative Visions in Nana Shiomi’s Work with Monika Hinkel

6 - 7.30pm

£15 (£13.50 for Friends)

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Join art historian Monika Hinkel for an insightful exploration of the art of Nana Shiomi.

In this talk Monika Hinkel will introduce the print artist Nana Shiomi and her practice.

Monika will provide insights into the array of traditional icons from Japanese culture that Nana incorporates in her fascinating print designs and will discuss the dualities Nana expresses in her creative visions.

This talk will accompany the exhibition Nana Shiomi: Her Own Interpretation (3 August until 13 October 2024).

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Tickets cost £15 and include a glass of wine or sparkling elderflower.

Our exhibitions The Shape of Things: Still Life in Britain, Phoebe Cummings: I hear myself in my throat and Nana Shiomi: Her Own Interpretation will be open from 5pm until 8pm. You can purchase a half-price admission ticket below:

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Speaker bio - Monika Hinkel

Monika Hinkel is a Lecturer in the Arts of Japan at SOAS, University of London. She received her PhD from Bonn University and has written widely on aspects of Japanese art. Monika has worked as a Curator for Japanese art at the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne and lived in Japan for many years. Her special research interest is Japanese Woodblock Prints.