Subscribe to Zouch.


November 19, 2013

Blog Archives

The Art and Literature of Japan’s Emoji Phenomenon

An exploration of the literary and artistic aspects of the Japanese emoji phenomenon.

Culture, Digital

Theatrical Storytelling Takes Audiences Back To 17th Century Japan

LA-based pianist Erika Tazawa and NY-based actress Mari Yamamoto will be presenting their collaborative work, “An Untitled Tale” as part of a night of musical performances by Ms. Tazawa. The duo will premier in New York with a follow-up show in Los Angeles.

Entertainers, Interviews

Hungover at the Funeral: 2011 in Retrospect

Like any good cliché narrative, the story of 2011 begins where it ends.

Commentary, Culture

Brit Woollard: Avant Garde Photography

Why have you chosen photography as your form of expression? I actually am classically trained as an artist (drawing, painting, ect), but started experimenting with...

Artists, Interviews
Art Retros: Kawanabe Kyōsai's Visions of Hell

Art Retros: Kawanabe Kyōsai’s Visions of Hell

Prolific Meiji-period artist Kawanabe Kyōsai (1831-1889) is well-known in the West for these darkly humorous illustrations.

Art, Art Retros

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized
Summer of Sweet Sins: Concert For Japan

Summer of Sweet Sins: Concert For Japan

The oddly under promoted event had a legit focus—to help raise funds for Japan’s earthquake relief.

Music, Reviews

Style Dossiers: Sunday’s Best – Harajuku Style

Harajuku has been a long standing social event where young people would meet weekly (usually on Sundays) and parade in their “Sunday’s Best”.

Culture, Style

Art Shots: Tako to Tofu by Grace J Ward

A journey through regional Japanese cuisine with artist Grace J Ward.

Art, Art Shouts
The Vibrant Sculpture of Sayaka Ganz

The Vibrant Sculpture of Sayaka Ganz

Animal shapes from the natural world realized with inorganic materials in a beautiful irony.

Art, Interviews

Zouch on Twitter

Subscribe to Zouch

Zouch will deliver new content and site news directly to your inbox.

Zouch on Facebook