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Idemitsu Mako’s video work “Another Day of A Housewife” is now on a display at Barbican Center in London.
I had a small meeting with the translator and the producer of “White Elephant” English version at Ochanomizu, Tokyo. With this post, I want to thank you all who helped this translation project possible. And I am happy to inform you again that my work “White Elephant” is in English, finally!!! Find out “White Elephant” in Amazon bookstore.
A novel by Mako Idemitsu “White Elephant”, is now on both Paperback and Kindle. You can order the book at Amazon US. Order Mako Idemitsu’s “White Elephant” today, from Amazon US store.
Now you can read Mako Idemitsu’s book “White Elephant” in English on your Kindle devices. The book was translated by Juliet Carpenter. You can buy Kindle Edition today and start reading from Amazon.com. You can also pre-order Paperback Edition which will start shipping in November 20th.
Mako Idemitsu’s film & video work will be screened at PAAFF (Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival) held between Nov. 10th -2oth. Her work will be screened on Nov. 14th. She will be featured as Japanese artist who lived in Undited States of America, and her work will be compared with Shigeko Kubota’s works. The 70-minute […]
Screening at Tate Gallery The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop January 22nd fri. & January 24th sun. 2016 Tate Gallery Event Page Mako Idemitsu’s work program 1: Eyes Go Pop: Psychedelic Japan Screening date and time: January 22nd. 7pm. Mako Idemitsu’s work program 2: Mona Lisa Looking Back Screening date and time: January […]
The 10th Roppongi Hills and Mori Art Museum Anniversary Exhibition “LOVE展” All you need is love from Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku 26th April – 1st September, 2013 At Mori Art Museum Location: 6-10-1, Roppongi Hills Tower 53F, Roppongi MInato-ku, Tokyo, Japan Tel. 03-5777-8600 http://www.mori.art.museum/eng/index.html Idemitsu Mako’s Video Work “HIDEO, It’s Me, MAMA” will […]
Specifically this exhibition is composed of some 110 works of 48 participating Asian artists based on their experiences of social gender roles and positions as females, their awareness of female issues posed by daily life, or their concerns with history, war, and ethnicity, and of current new trends.