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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TAI Modern at Asia Week New YorkRealization of Form: Masterworks of Japanese Bamboo ArtMarch 15th – 24th, 2018Exhibiting at Jason Jacques Gallery29 East 73rd St, Apt. 1New York, NY  10021 NEW YORK, NEW YORK—TAI Modern is pleased to announce its participation in Asia Week New York 2018. The exhibition, Realization of Form: Masterworks of Japanese Bamboo Art, will be on view March 15-23 at Jason Jacques Gallery, 29 East 73rd St, Apt. 1, New York, NY. An opening…More 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TAI Modern at Art Miami 2017December 5th - 10th, 2017One Herald Plaza, Miami, FL Contact: Arianna BorgesonArianna@taimodern.com(505) 984-1387 TAI Modern is pleased to announce its participation in the 28th year of Art Miami. This year’s fair will be held at a new location at One Herald Plaza, on 14th Street between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways. Art Miami opens with a VIP preview on Thursday, December 5th, and runs through Sunday, December 10th. TAI Modern will…More 

In honor of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition centennial celebration, TAI Modern is thrilled to present an expansive group exhibition at the Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego, San Diego, CA, September 12 – December 6, 2015.The show will include over forty bamboo artworks created by a variety of artists. This special preview exhibition on view at TAI Modern highlights several historic works, some on view for the first time. The 1915 Panama-California Exposition—which celebrated the…More 

TAI Modern is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Japanese Bamboo and the World Expo: A Century of Discovery. In honor of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition centennial celebration, TAI Modern is thrilled to present an expansive group exhibition at the Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego, San Diego, CA, September 11 – December 6, 2015.The show will include over forty bamboo artworks created by a variety of artists. A special preview of the exhibition will be held at TAI Modern in…More 

In 1970, there were between 600 and 700 bamboo craftspeople making a living in Japan, creating items ranging from simple food steamers and chopsticks to flower baskets of extraordinary beauty and complexity. The world has changed much since 1970. Today less expensive bamboo objects imported from Southeast Asia have largely displaced locally made wares in Japanese shops. In Oita Prefecture, which for over one hundred years has boasted the largest concentration of bamboo craftspeople in all of Japan,…More