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“The origin of Manga in a Japan suspended between Tradition and Modernity”: 15 June at Palazzo Barolo

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“The origin of Manga in a Japan suspended between Tradition and Modernity”: 15 June at Palazzo Barolo

Don’t make appointments. On Saturday 15 June at 5.30 pm within the rooms of Palazzo Barolo in Turin, as a collateral occasion to the evocative “Shinhanga” exhibition curated by Professor Paola Scrolavezza, a convention devoted to the historical past of manga will happen: “The origin of Manga in a Japan suspended between Tradition and Modernity” by the Historian and Editor-in-Chief of Mondo Japan: Fabio Valerio.

A gathering to find and perceive an unique world stuffed with magnificence and concord that was capable of transport all this onto paper within the type of a comic book.
A Universe that’s typically contradictory however wealthy in artwork and tradition.

A narrative that begins with Hokusai, to evolve into an unparalleled stylistic-aesthetic diversification, to maneuver on to Master Osamu Tezuka who laid the foundations for contemporary Manga, arriving on this new Millennium whose creative type has turn out to be a part of the International Japan venture Cool.

The assembly coordinated by Fabio Valerio will deliver you to the eye of some Mangaka who’ve been capable of make manga one of the profitable readings on the planet, from Go Nagai to Leiji Matsumoto, from Eiichiro Oda to Rumiko Takahashi… in a context the place secular folklore mixes with hyper-technology.

To arrive in Italy with the evolution of manga from the 80s to at the moment, amongst successes, criticisms and new social varieties.

See also  SHINHANGA | This Saturday a free guided tour of the exhibition and a meeting dedicated to geisha with the curator of the exhibition Paola Scrolavezza

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