A panel discussion will focus on Japanese Contemporary Art through a conversation with a top art critic, museum curator, artist and art dealer, all specializing in Japanese art today. The panel will address how recent historical events, a pervasive pop culture and a volatile economy, along with other aspects of the current social and economic landscape, may influence how fine art is made and marketed in Japan today.
Panelists: Richard Vine (Art in America), Allison Tolman (Tolman Collection), Nao Matsumoto(Artist), Miwako Tezuka (Asia Society)
Moderator: Susan Eisner Eley (Susan Eley Fine Art)
Free to participate
Seats are limited, so please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information go to www.susaneleyfineart.com