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MAZES BY BAPTISTE TAVERNIER / IN THE MOOD FOR ART

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  Statement Baptiste Tavernier is a French artist who has lived more than a decade in Japan, where he studied extensively traditional Japanese arts & crafts and martial arts. His artworks all share the common theme of mazes & labyrinths. The labyrinth has served throughout centuries as a symbol marking the centre of the world and a [...]

A WALKING TOUR IN TOKYO / 7eme ART

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A WALKING TOUR IN TOKYO By SAMMY BLOUNT, translation by PIPI   I have been to Tokyo only once in my life. It was a few years ago. I spend just a couple of days there, maybe three. I mostly remember two things. First, before leaving Taipei, where I was living at the time, I was very anxious and scared about the idea of founding myself alone in t[...]

TOKYO / BONUS TRACK

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TOKYO By SAMMY BLOUNT, translation by Chiaco TAMURA   When one thinks about Tokyo, music is certainly not the first that comes in mind. If you ask a random person in Europe, in America or even in Asia what this city evokes for them, you will probably get something like sumo, sushi, video games or ukiyo-e (this one is mostly me in fact...). Let [...]

ART CURATOR JAPAN / TRENDS

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Art Curator Japan introduces in this Revver issue a Japanese artist who has worked in recent years about “Tokyo” as an inspirational theme. Fuh-mi is a calligrapher seeking ways to present traditional calligraphy in its utmost contemporary expression. She has been challenging new directions like “street calligraphy” or “vertical alphabet calligrap[...]

The MIX / T O K Y O

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The MIX "When I was in Tokyo last March, I really enjoyed the diversity of the music there. Having one of the strongest music culture in Asia, Tokyo and Japan have a lots of good artists, no matter Japan or elsewhere residents. The coming event will be dedicated to this rich Japanese sounds with my preference for Electronic and Soul dominants."   [...]