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Paper Art Solo Show: Honey by Nahoko Kojima Paper Art: Nahoko Kojima Press: Bath Life Magazine did a Feature on Nahoko Kojima’s new solo show of Paper Art at the Holburne Museum alongside an exhibition on Gold from the Queen’s Royal Collection ahead of it’s opening this weekend from 24 October […]
Nahoko Kojima Voted Top 5 by over 290,000 Americans. Nahoko Kojima showed A Series of three Handmade Japanese Paper Cut Sculptures for ArtPrize 2014.
Interview of Nahoko Kojima directed by Michael McGlinn for Arte Television’s programme, Metropolenreport. It aired on Sunday 27 April 2014 at 16:50 as a simultaneous German/French broadcast.
Feature in the Independent Newspaper on Nahoko Kojima’s Paper Cut Art practice in London.
Nahoko was awarded the prestigious Jerwood Makers Open 2013 for which she created a breathtaking swimming Polar Bear Sculpture cut from one sheet of 3m x 3m Japanese Washi, by hand. The piece called Byaku (literally ‘White) toured globally thereafter. This is the catalogue for only the first Show in […]
Times Newspaper Article featured an article about Nahoko’s papercutting sculpture show in London of Byaku with a photograph shot in her studio.
Feature on Nahoko Kojima’s Artworks by HiFructose Magazine.
Colossal: Sculptures Hand-Cut from Single Sheets of Paper by Nahoko Kojima. Article by Christopher Jobson.
Feature in the Evening Standard on Nahoko Kojima’s Paper Cut Art Open Studio event as one of the top 5 things to do in May in London.
The popular UK magazine, Crafts, wrote a feature on Nahoko Kojima at Collect 2012 including an interview by the Artist. She discussed the challenges she faced in creating the iconic Cloud Leopard Paper Cut Sculpture.
Nahoko Kojima was awarded the Project Space Artist for Collect 2012 and this is the Show Catalogue featuring the Artist. Nahoko created a new type of Paper Cut Sculpture by unveiling the hugely successful and iconic Cloud Leopard at this Show at the Saatchi Gallery.
Interview with Nahoko Kojima in Craft Council’s Collect 2012 Programme Book. This was the year that Nahoko’s monumental Cloud Leopard Sculpture was unveiled, redefining traditionally accepted limits of Paper Cut Art.