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Guest Posts: Kim Schuefftan

small child riding a giant carp from Takayama photo by Chad Chad Orzel

We’ve posted Kim Schuefftan’s second observation on art in Japan. To read


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Guest Posts by Kim Schuefftan start today

Click here to read Kim’s observations on art in situ in Tsurugi, Japan.


photos by Kim Schuefftan

Guest Post Alert: Kim Schuefftan to Post in September

Beginning Sunday, September 4, 2010, arttextstyle.wordpress.com will feature a series of weekly guest posts by Kim Schuefften. Schuefften has lived in Japan since 1963. A former editor at Kodansha International, he worked on some 100 books there including:








Schuefften is currently a freelance editor and writer. The topics of Schueffetan’s posts will be wide ranging, including popular public art, viewing art in nontraditional settings and clay digging in Japan. “We are delighted to have Kim Schuefftan as our next Guest Blogger,” says Tom Grotta of browngrotta arts.  “He’s an exceptional writer and an insightful observer of Asian culture and contemporary arts.”