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    ARTbreak: 1,000 Years of Karakami Art

    Presented by at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

    June 6, 2017

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    ARTbreak: 1,000 Years of Karakami Art

    Karakami is a decorative Japanese paper. Its woodblock-printed motifs, such as cherry blossoms and dragons, inspired prominent European artists in the 19th century. This documentary explores Karakami and the work of a family in Kyoto that has preserved this traditional art form for nearly 400 years.


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