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Amane TATSUMURA 龍村周

Born in 1974, currently based in Kyoto. Japan
Nishiki Traditional Textile Artist
Representative of KOHO, NISHIKI textile studio established in 1894
Great grand father : Heizo Tatsumura I
Grand father : Heizo Tatsumura II
Father : Koho Tatsumura

 

The Society for Science of Culture and History / director

2015-


Koho Tatsumura co., ltd / President

2012-


Japan Traditional Textile Foundation / Trustee

2011-


Doshisha University / Project subject a part time lecturer

2010-


 

NISHIKI TEXTILE ARTWORKS

  • “Turtle Playing” TAKENAKA Censor.

  • “The Treasure of Wieliczka”

  • “Hologram of Nishiki” Shinnittetsu.

  • “Light frag of three” Jonan shrine.

  • “Gyoikou (Cherry blossoms) on Nishiki” Gallery goods of Treasures from Ninnaji Temple and Omuro exhibition, etc.


 

REPRODUCTIONS

”Brocade with Receptitive Motif of Peonies and Arabesque on a Red Back ground” by the Japan Traditional Textiles Preservation Institute, the 14th century fabric.

2004


 

TEXTILE CULTUREAL PROGRAM PRODUCE (2011-)

  • Textile Culture Salon

  • Weaving workshop

  • Weaving tall loom workshop

  • Nishiki Textile accessory making workshop


 

EXHIBITIONS

“Amane Tatsumura” Tsubame Industrial Materials Museum

2017


“NISHIKI Beauty and Light-Koho Textile Art” Meiji kinenkan

“Amane Tatsumura — Weaving leaf” Ginza Gallery Azuma

“Amane Tatsumura — Weaving leaf” Fukujuen Gallery

2016


“Tokino Okurimono” Gucci Ginza Gallery

“Tokino Okurimono” Kyoto University of art and design

“Amane Tatsumura — Nishiki Traditional Textile” Ginza Gallery Azuma

2011


“Amane Tatsumura — Nishiki Traditional Textile” Shoeido Gallery

2010


“KOHO Textile of Light” Kyushu National Museum : Art produce

2009


“Kaga Yuzen and Nishiki of Kyoto” Nancy, France : Art direct

2008


 

SYMPOSIUM AND LECTURES

The Japan Society of UK (London), “The Art of Nishiki Weaving in Japan. Preservation and Restoration of Yarn Dyed Textiles”

2017


Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Japan Brand program “The Beauty of Nishiki” India (New Delhi, Varanasi)

2016


“Beauty of Nishiki” Lecture at Berklee College of Music

“Beauty of Nishiki” Lecture at Princeton University

2013


“Traditional New Age” Symposium at Kyoto Simbum Culture Hall

“Tokino Okurimono” Symposium at Kyoto University of art and design

2011


 

PROJECT

Tsunagu Culture Project

2014-


Japan Traditioal Textile Preservation Society, Restration Project, Research Worker

2004


 

EDUCATION

Tokyo Zokei University graduated
Faculty of art and design
Department: Art
Major: Comparative culture
Obtained a curator’s certificate.

2000


 

KYOTO MUNICIPAL INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE

Nishijinori artisan study and training

Textile Composition Course completion

2008


Nishijinori Course completion

2006