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August 29, 2018
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Project Japan 29

So we’re still on Thursday 23 August. Hot and humid with heavy showers. We meet Matthew Fasone at Kawaramachi Hankyu subway station and, after a short wander, head over to Art Spot Korin and a meeting with artist and very, … Continue reading

August 25, 2018
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Project Japan 23

Apart from a couple of quickies earlier today I’ve not posted here for a week. I cannot tell you how busy we’ve been. As I sit here typing this on a Saturday afternoon I am absolutely knackered, burned out, washed and … Continue reading

August 15, 2018
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Project Japan 19

We’re staying a stone’s throw from Dotonbori, a very lively Osaka street famous for its food. It’s lined with restaurants and “street food” vendors of all sorts: sushi, local Kobe beef, crab, teryaki, and a new one on me: takoyaki. … Continue reading

August 15, 2018
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Project Japan 18

A sort of day off. Next week we have another exhibition, this time in Kyoto. There are four of us showing: Heather and myself, obviously, Carl Boland, and an American artist named Matthew Fasone. Sueko Boland is going to document … Continue reading

August 15, 2018
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Project Japan 17

Arriving in Osaka from Sapporo yesterday afternoon was like arriving on another planet: baking hot and humid, absolutely heaving, a far higher number of foreigners (not just Westerners but Chinese and Korean), and far more tourist-oriented: there were over 11 … Continue reading