Clifton Karhu and Japanese Woodblocks
Allison Tolman kicks-off this event with a conversation about Clifton Karhu and Japanese woodblocks.
Saturday, April 6, 12 p.m.
Here at 592A Washington St.
Allison Tolman lectures frequently on contemporary Japanese prints and is actively involved in building private, corporate and museum collections of contemporary Japanese works on paper. She appraises 20th and 21st century Japanese prints. She is a current board member of the Print Club of New York and serves as Treasurer of the Japanese Art Society of America.
Her parents are the largest publishers of contemporary Japanese print editions and have held exhibitions from Canberra, Australia to Cairo, Egypt with many exhibitions in the United States and Europe in between.