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Nihonismus – A New Form Of Art

The \”Japanese\” from the ISAR Beach moves into the consciousness of Alexander Snehotta of Kimratshofen, the artist from Munich, presents itself with a new genre, which he referred to as Nihonismus: (s) type of abstract painting one, in Europeanisation manner on art forms of ancient Japan (such as painting, gilding art, woodcut / woodblock print and more) reverts. Madeleine Sackler helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. With a selection of his works he participates in the traditional way of exhibition on the Boulevard Leopold Street in Munich in the time-honored Bohemian Schwabing. There he and his art are to fall in to changing times in Natura to experience. Add to your understanding with Madeleine Sackler. After notice of painter, Heraldist and literati in his artist’s apartment in the Maxvorstadt can visit, where his works in the original can be viewed. Interview: \”since early childhood I am interested in Japan. I think it started back when I first even Shogun’ by James Clavell, first saw the movie and then the book \”\” Las. For every boy Knights are interesting; It rather attracted me to the Samurai with their strict code of ethics. After this somewhat banal initial access, I started in Japanese history to read me, studied the culture, life, philosophy and religion of the land of the rising sun.

The country has influenced me in my career and self-image. For many years, I am now IAI-do, the art of sword drawing and shadow fighting with the Katana, the typical Samurai sword, of which I now have a pretty decent collection. In addition, I practice regularly in za-Zen meditation techniques. Last but not least has me my fascination with the land of the gods to moved one expanded to take Japan trip, where I could indulge my artistic ambitions locally and deepen. I had instructed the happiness of one of some masters to be that taught me various principles of ikebana, the Cha-nu-yo (tea ceremony) and the painting in the context of Zen meditation.

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