The sculpture itself is emblematic of Sekiguchi’s work and career, a generative struggle between the borders and connections of humanity, spirit, and science.
Separated by borders, bonded by art Tamanna Nasser/thestatesman.com Posted at: Jan 29 2016 10:19AM By drawing geographical borders, the neighbouring […]
LAHORE: Four young artists will represent Pakistan at the 8th edition of India Art Fair, taking place in New Delhi from […]
June Sekiguchi, Exploring Interconnectivity Friday, January 22, 2016 | by Amanda Manitach and Miguel Edwards June Sekiguchi makes modular, interlocking […]
Richard Walker 9/23/15 SEATTLE – Nooksack visionary Louie Gong wants to change not just how people see Native art, but […]
Recently, the City of Seattle commissioned artist Louie Gong to create a gift for the President of China. Jen Graves […]
Congratulations to ArtXchange artists Humaira Abid and June Sekiguchi, who both received an Artist Trust Fellowship! To read their profiles, […]