Art / Design, England

ICN Ukiyo-e Part 2

The latest Ukiyo-e series is open at the ICN Gallery on Leonard Street; now with regular ‘First Thursday’ events, the gallery is becoming increasingly popular and was pretty busy on Thursday night. Happily, I rearranged my flight and made it back from Berlin just in time to join the team and photograph the opening party.

I mentioned this in my Part 1 post but remain convinced you won’t find more beautifully colourful, genuinely authentic Japanese wood-block prints anywhere else at such reasonable prices. Visit the gallery to see for yourself or you can also buy from the ICN Ukiyo-e online shop here. The amazing Goldfish Salvation piece is on display again, so its another chance to marvel at the painted goldfish, perhaps for the final time before it gets sold…

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6 thoughts on “ICN Ukiyo-e Part 2

  1. Nice! Envy the fact that because it’s an opening party you get to see the exhibit with a beer bottle in tow. And I’m trying to read the label but can’t. Is it Japanese?

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