26 February 2016

Takashi Murakami: The 500 Arhats At Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Artlyst’s Japan correspondent Rachel Carvosso has attended “Takashi Murakami; The 500 Arhats” at the Mori Museum in Roppongi, Tokyo; the artist’s first large-scale Japan-based exhibition in the last 14 years, featuring works previously unseen in the country. The work of the exhibition title is a hugely ambitious project that boasts of being one of the “largest paintings […]

21 July 2015

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Takashi Murakami And Louis Vuitton Collaboration To Come To An End

In 2003, Takashi Murakami unveiled his particular interpretation of the iconic Louis Vuitton logo, rendered in the Pop artist’s signature colour palette on a clean white background. The Multicoloured monogram became an instant hit, toted by major celebrities of the period. But now this highly-lucrative Louis Vuitton/Murakami collaboration will come to an end this month, […]

11 January 2015

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Artists Damien Hirst And Takashi Murakami Create Original Works For UNICEF

Renowned artists including Takashi Murakami, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Richard Serra and Shirin Neshat have donated works through the FC Barcelona Foundation to Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) and UNICEF. The ‘1 in 11’ campaign extends educational opportunities to marginalised children in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Nepal, with the goal of expanding to more countries. Hirst, […]

5 January 2015

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Versailles Sculptures Damaged In Malicious Act Of Vandalism

The plinths of two marble sculptures displayed in the Grand Trianon park at Versailles have been attacked and severely damaged by a suspected “malicious act,” AFP reports. The attack on the works was discovered by Versailles staff last Wednesday. The two works of art, which date from the late 17th century to early 18th century, […]

29 December 2014

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Anish Kapoor Solo Exhibition At Versailles In 2015

The London-based artist Anish Kapoor follows in the footsteps of Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami with a new exhibition of work due to open next year at the Palace of Versailles outside of Paris. The director of the 17th-century château, Catherine Pégard, told The International New York Times that the show will open next June […]

7 April 2013

SP-ARTE 2013: International Galleries Presence Strengthen Brazil Art Market

The SP-Arte fair opened in São Paulo on the 4 April and on day 3 of this truly international event, many interesting galleries, especially the North American and European contributors, impacted on the quality of the fair. Gagosian with Takashi Murakami and Roy Lichtenstein, presented an outstanding selection of first rate work. The fair in […]