For more information or inquiries about the events below,
please visit our upcoming events page, by clicking here.
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November 2, 2017

Wag Mag: The Undeniable Appeal of Nakashima

By Jenny Pitman. View the article here!
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September 12, 2017

Articulate wins an Emmy!

We were proud to learn that Articulate with Jim Cotter won an Emmy Award for "Best Historical/Cultural Program Feature" for their segment on Nakashima Woodworker! Visit to learn more!

Go team!
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June 22, 2017

Architectural Digest

Nakashima is featured on the Architectural Digest website. Click here to view the article, "How the Getty Foundation Is Saving Modernist Structures Around the World"
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April 17, 2017

50th Anniversary Celebration of the Nakashima Arts Building!

On May 7, 1967, George Nakashima opened another architectural feat on the Nakashima property by hosting an inaugural exhibition for the works of his dear friend, renowned artist Ben Shahn.
Nakashima Family has traditionally celebrated Spring (O-Hana Mi) with family and friends since that day in May and invite you to continue that tradition by joining us.

Come see a recreation of that first exhibit, hear about current research on the unique Hyperbolic shell roof building being conducted by the University of Pennsylvania for the Getty Grant "Keeping It Modern" and support the important work of the Nakashima Foundation for Peace.

Click here to learn more about the event, and come join us and the Nakashima Foundation for Peace on Sunday, May 7, 2017!

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January 10, 2017

Nakashima airing on Open House!

A tour of the Nakashima property will be airing this weekend on Open House. Tune in on Sunday 1/15 at 8:30am on NBC4NY, or check your local listing.

The segment will be posted online the following Monday and we will plan to share a link then!
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November 14, 2016

George Nakashima, Woodworker

We are excited about an independent documentary, George Nakashima, Woodworker, is in production. Please click here to learn more about the project and see how you can contribute to it as well.

A film by John Nakashima. An excerpt from the link above:

This 90-minute documentary is being produced and edited by his nephew, John Nakashima, who has been a PBS producer in West Virginia for over 40 years. He has been recognized through many awards, including five regional Emmys for his documentary producing and editing. George Nakashima, Woodworker is his first major independent production. The documentary is a chronological story of one of the most compelling seeker's journeys, taking the audience to special places and times that few remember today. It continues with George returning to America, just in time to for him and his new family to be incarcerated along with the other 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry. The documentary traces how George began again with literally nothing and within a year, talked with MOMA about someday showing his work there. Several years after that he and his work had appeared in many of the largest circulation magazines in America. George was successful.

At the end of his life he was doing what many considered his best work. George divorced himself from anything that could be called fashion. He wrote, "There is actually no 'modern' and no 'traditional,' but rather honesty and dishonesty of concept... Whatever styles and forms we have should evolve from the methods and materials used."

This comprehensive documentary began production after his death, so George's voice includes interviews on video, audiotape, correspondence, transcribed oral histories, his autobiography Soul of a Tree and other writings. New footage was shot for this documentary in the U.S., Japan and India with Sony HD video cameras interviews with his family, historians, critics, woodworkers, and associates. Photographed on Super16mm film and large sensor video camera are the workshops, showrooms, and residences in the Nakashima compound, major collectors' homes, Nakashima woodworkers creating furniture, and the best examples of his work including some of his most historic works.

The documentary is targeted for national distribution on PBS stations.
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November 14, 2016

Nakashima at NID in India

Photo selection from Mira, Kevin and John's recent trip to India. More about the trip below from the Times of India, printed 23 October 2016.

AHMEDABAD: Can a man connect with a tree by extending its life as furniture? Can furniture be beautiful and functional at the same time? How even the so-called defects in wood planks can be made to contribute to a beautiful finish? These were some of the questions that led George Nakashima, iconic American-Japanese furniture designer, to take a unique approach towards the discipline that is followed even today.

The year 2016 marks 52 years of Nakashima's visit to then National Design Institute (NDI) in November 1964 when he collaborated with local designers and created a range of furniture that was both contemporary and traditional.Nakashima, who was invited by Gira Sarabhai, one of the founders of NDI, added to his portfolio of already famous designs and gave the institute his 32 designs which the workshop at institute had produced till 1975. 'Nakashima at NID', a string of events including workshop, symposium and exhibition, is celebrating the influential designer's association with the institute. The exhibition will be open till November 21.

The organisers said that one marvels at the pieces even today as there is no use of screws or rivets, thus keeping the finishing to a minimum.Even after so many years they are both comforting and stylish. Nakashima's signature was to use 'butterfly' to
joint the planks. A highlight of the work is use of rosewood here which is not seen in any of his works. Mira Nakashima, George's daughter and creative director of George Nakashima Woodworkers in Pennsylvania, US, is taking the legacy ahead. "My father was highly influenced by India and was called 'Sundarananda' by Sri Aurobindo," she said.
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October 21, 2016

A Place at the Table

Click here to watch a full episode online of Articulate, with Jim Cotter, featuring Mira Nakashima.

After her father George Nakashima died, Mira Nakashima inherited his shop and set to work continuing his artistic legacy as a master craftsman in wood.

The full episode will air twice on WHYY-TV:
- Thursday, October 20 at 9:30pm
- Sunday, October 23 at 10:30am
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October 18, 2016

Raymond Farm Shoji Papering Workshop + House Tour

Join us Saturday, November 12 from 1PM-4PM for a Japanese Shoji Papering Workshop at the Raymond Farm Center!

We will host a tour of the historic Raymond Farm Home/Studio with a focus on the use of Shoji and Fusuma panels, followed by a demonstration on Shoji papering techniques from experienced craftswoman, Vinni Cheng. Participants will then get hands-on experience papering these custom made Shoji panels for the remainder of the workshop. No experience required.

Don't miss this rare opportunity for experiential learning at the architecturally significant Raymond Farm. All shoji and fusuma panels are original to the Farm and were hand crafted in Kyoto in the 1930s.

Workshop per person is $55, fully tax deductible. Spaces are limited. Refreshments will be served. Additional donations are welcome, and will go toward arts and community programming at the Raymond Farm Center for Living Arts & Design.

Tickets available through Eventbrite or by visiting our Facebook page.

For questions, please email

We are looking forward to sharing this special day with you!
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April 8, 2016

Spring Festival: Zazenkai, Concert & Tea Ceremony Demonstration

Eido Roshi, Zen Master
Yasuko Hara, Tea Master
Duo Yumeno: Yoko Reikano Kimura (Koto/Shamisen/Voice) & Hikaru Tamaki (Cello)
James Nyoraku Schlefer, Shakuhachi

Sunday, May 1st, 2016, 12pm noon

Arts Building
1847 Aquetong Road
New Hope, PA 18938

Light refreshments will be served.

RSVP: or 215.862.2272
$100 suggested donation to support the Nakashima Foundation for Peace
March 16, 2016

Shinichi Nagami's Exhibition

Shinichi Nagami archive
bereaved drawings and sketches exhibition

draw in the furniture making career 70 years
numerous spelled drawings and sketches.
It will be held a memorial exhibition as an opportunity where I am seen to everyone.
I think that if you look at the footprints in memory of the deceased.
The 19th 20th visit to Japan also Mira Nakashima,
we wait at the venue.

Dates: March 19, 2016 (Saturday) to 30 (Wed)
Venue: Sakura shop in Ginza, Tokyo 11:00 to 18:30
Event 19 day 18 hour - Reception: 19:00 - Hirokazu Kokura guitar live

Shinichi Nagami Biography: 1923 year Takamatsu born. After Kagawa Prefectural crafts school, he worked in the Ministry of Communications Aviation Administration Buildings Department Division as architectural design engineer.Along with the 1948 Takamatsué¡¥to establish a production company "Sakura Works" of the order furniture. Formed the "Sanuki people fixture communicated" in initiative in 1963 sculptor Masayuki Nagare. Encounter with the 1964 George Nakashima, start making even furniture of the original Nakashima design of its guidance. Since the first round of the 1968 Tokyo Odakyu Hulk the "George Nakashima Exhibition" to the beginning, an exhibition every few years.In 2013 it held a "work exhibition of Maestro Shinichi Nagami to listen to the voice of the tree" at Hankyu Umeda gallery. September passed away 2015. Ltd. Sakura Seisakusho Sakura shop Ginza TEL.03-3547-8118 , Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061 Ginza 3-10-7 Ginza Towa Building 1F E-Mail: Ginzaattosakurashop.Co.Jp

For More information;
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March 2, 2016

Philadelphia Furniture Show: Evening Preview Party with Mira Nakashima

A Benefit For The Nakashima Foundation for Peace. An elegant Preview evening beginning with the ceremonial splitting of a log using a two-person gang saw.

An exhibition of the work of America's most eminent designer craftsman George Nakashima is being organized for the Show by Mira Nakashima, who will be on hand to greet guests and discuss her and her father's work during the Preview Gala. The Nakashima Foundation for Peace is the beneficiary of the evening's proceeds.

Click here to visit the look book.

Friday, April 8th, 6-9pm
23rd Street Armory, 22 South 23rd St
between Market and Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia

Tickets can be purchased at or by calling 215.387.8590.
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February 1, 2016

George Nakashima Saw Wood As No One Else Could

"The 76 pieces on view at Florida's Modernism Museum Mount Dora prove, yet again, why the American Studio Movement master is unrivaled for his sensitive handling of his chosen material."

Find this article by Beth Dunlop at Introspective Magazine by clicking here!
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October 6, 2015

Esherick to Nakashima, Exhibition now open at the Modernism Museum

The public will soon be privy to a unique and expansive collection of Modernist art by some of the most iconic and influential American masters of the craft. A private collection, decades in the making, debuts at a new museum to open this fall.

Mount Dora, Florida, a fine art and craft community, is the backdrop for the Modernism Museum Mount Dora, which opens Sunday, October 6, 2013. The museum's first exhibition entitled, Wharton to Wendell, offers visitors an opportunity to gain an appreciation of the fine artists who saw the potential for beauty in utilitarian objects.

"The Modernism Museum Mount Dora is doing something that has never been done before," says Executive Director and Curator of the Wharton Esherick Museum, Paul Eisenhauer. "It provides an opportunity for people to interpret the world around them and the objects in it in an entirely different way."

Modernism Museum Mount Dora is located at 145 E. Fourth Avenue, Mount Dora, Florida and is open Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm. Admission $5 adults, $4 seniors, $1 students, with ID.
September 15, 2015

Art in Wood: Philadelphia's American Craft Council Fellows

October 30, 2015 - January 16, 2016
Exhibiting past American Craft Council (ACC) Fellow Awardees:

Sharon Church, jeweler; David Ellsworth, wood turner; Michael Hurwitz, furniture maker; Bruce Metcalf, jeweler; and the late George Nakashima, furniture maker.

Each of the artists work in wood and have distinctive careers that span 25 years or more. The Philadelphia region is widely recognized for its rich history within the field of craft, now reflected in the number of local artists who have been elected to the ACC College of Fellows. In addition to the Center, The Clay Studio, The Philadelphia Art Alliance, and The Philadelphia Museum of Art will also be hosting exhibits of ACC Fellows that weekend as part of Craft NOW | Philadelphia; all of which will be documented in a full color book.

All exhibitions are FREE to the public, with a suggested donation of $5 to help support nonprofit programs.
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July 14, 2015

Viewing & Auction at Piasa in Paris

Nearly 65 works by American designer George Nakashima, including about 20 items made by Nakashima Studio under the supervision of his daughter Mira, have been selected by PIASA to form an exclusive, monographic sale, on the occasion of their next Scandinavian v. Brazilian Design auction in Paris on 16 September 2015. The sale is something of a return to base for Nakashima, who studied in France as a young man, and reveals the tremendous diversity and originality of his work.

A thematic auction dedicated to a dean of American Craft. Click here to download the press release.

Viewing: September 11-16, 2015
Auction: September 16, 2015

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July 14, 2015

Mark Haddawy's True West

As he did with fashion — making us see vintage clothing as valuable — so he does with architecture. The purist would no sooner tweak a Halston gown than alter a great '70s house. Even one he lives in.

An Article featuring the work of Nakashima Woodworker in Times Magazine. Click here to view on the web, and click here download a .pdf of the article!
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May 8, 2015

George Nakashima's 110th Birthday

Celebrate George Nakashima's 110th Birthday

Dedication of the National Historic Landmark Plaque. Remarks by Scott McVay, longtime friend of Nakashima and author of, Surprise Encounters with Artists, Scientists, Whales and Other Living Things with Songs From The Bowheads Whales.

Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 3:00 PM
The Arts Building
1847 Aquetong Road
New Hope, PA 18938

Champagne and refreshments served. Suggested donation to the Nakashima Foundation for Peace of $110 per couple. Donations can be made by clicking here. Please RSVP at or call (215) 862-2272.
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March 9, 2015

In Celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Edward Fields

An Edition of never-before-seen rugs designed by George Nakashima for Edward Fields.

Thursday, March 19th, 12pm-2pm

Edward Fields Showroom
A&D Building
150 East 58th Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10155

Light fare will be served

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October 4, 2014

World Monuments Fund Watch Day • October 25, 2014

The Nakashima Foundation for Peace sponsors an open house tour of the George Nakashima Arts Building and Grounds

1847 Aquetong Road, New Hope, PA 18938
Saturday, October 25th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Members of the Nakashima Family and the Foundation for Peace will answer questions about George Nakashima, the history of the buildings and his furniture business.

11:00 AM: Frank Emile Sanchis III of WMF will give a Power Point Presentation on some of the World Monument Fund projects past and present and answer questions from the audience in the Arts Building

12:00 PM: Light refreshments will be served in the Arts Building.

1:00 to 4:30 PM: The Conoid Studio and Show-room will remain open to the public during our regular Open House.

Free and open to the public
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May 19, 2014

Screenings of 'Art House' Film

ART HOUSE explores homes built by artists for themselves, George Nakashima, Russel Wright, Frederic Edwin Church—places to live that are unforgettable works-of-art, in and of themselves. This documentary is based on Don Freeman's book Artists' Handmade Houses. Not Rated; 90 minutes. Saturday screening will be followed by Q&A with Director, Don Freeman and Designer, Mira Nakashima.

Friday, July 25th at 7pm
Saturday, July 26th at 7pm; with Director Don Freeman and Mira Nakashima
Sunday, July 27th at 5pm

ACME Screening Room
25 S Union Street
Lambertville, NJ 08530

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April 3, 2014

1941-2014: The Process at DeLorenzo 1950 Gallery

April 9-May 28, 2014
Exhibition at the DeLorenzo 1950 Gallery
631 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001.

Join us for a talk with Mira Nakashima at the opening Reception on April 9th at 5pm.

Contact: Alberto Aquilino 212-995-1950,
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April 3, 2014

Art & Antique Magazine: One Piece at a Time

"The craftsmen of the studio furniture movement have always been American originals, working independently of each other, following their own visions, making everything by hand."

Read the article by clicking here.
April 2, 2014

Buck's County Artist Studio Tour 2014

George Nakashima Woodworker will be participating in an open studio tour as part of Bucks Fever. While the event will take place through the weekend of May 3rd-4th, Nakashima's studio will only be open for a limited time: Saturday, May 3rd from 1:00-4:30 pm. Drop in for a visit!

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March 11, 2014

Dwell Magazine: Design Icon

Dwell Magazine has featured a profile of George Nakashima. Click here to read the article!
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January 23, 2014

The Japan Times

Read about us in 'The Japan Times' -- click here to visit the article!
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October 25, 2013

Video: The Designer/Craftsman

Please click here to watch a video by the nice folks over at Cool Hunting. In it, Mira Nakashima gives a tour of the studio grounds and a little insight as to how George Nakashima designed his shops.

Many thanks to everyone at Cool Hunting!
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October 22, 2013

Moderne Gallery Review by Departures

Departures wrote a brief review of our new work in the Moderne Gallery exhibition, An Evolving Legacy. Click here to read the review! The exhibition will be up through November 2nd, 2013.

Moderne Gallery
111 N. Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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October 5, 2013

Moderne Gallery Installation

Thanks for making the Opening Reception at the Moderne Gallery a success!

Click here to see images of the installation. Photographs by our wonderful resident photographer, Christian Giannelli.

And don't forget, if you're in town, Mira Nakashima will be presenting the work on site at the Moderne Gallery this coming Friday, October 11th at 6pm. Join us for this lecture as a part of the Experience 3rd Street Design. The exhibition will be up through November 2nd, 2013.

Moderne Gallery
111 N. Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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October 4, 2013

Autumn Splendor

Click here to find a nice article of us by the lovely folks at at Nowness. Photo by Dana Lixenberg, 2013.
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September 18, 2013

Video: In the Studio with Mira Nakashima

Please click here to visit Blouin Art Info for an interview with Mira Nakashima!
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September 15, 2013

An Evolving Legacy: Inside view with Mira Nakashima

One night only, Mira Nakashima will be presenting new work on site at the Moderne Gallery. Join us for this lecture as a part of the Experience 3rd Street Design on Friday, October 11th, at 6pm.

Moderne Gallery
111 N. Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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September 9, 2013

15 New Works!

Introducing 15 new pieces. These pieces will debut at the Moderne Gallery on September 20th! Information in the post below. Click any item in the list below to learn more about the products.

Cantilevered Night Stand
Carpenter Coffee Table
Ceiling Lamps
Chigaidana Shelf
Conoid Bench in Scottish Elm Burl
Drop-Leaf Dining Table
Ovoid Simon Coffee Table
Raibel End Table
Reflection Bench
Reversible Shelf
Sunset Base Dining Table
Trio Music Stand
Tsuitate Sofa
Widdicomb Sofa
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September 8, 2013

An Evolving Legacy

New Exhibition at the Moderne Gallery
September 20 – November 2

Opening Reception
Friday, September 20, 2013
6pm – 9pm

111 N. Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Hours Tues–Sat, 12-5pm
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July 30, 2013

Mjölk Gallery Opening Reception

Please click the photo to the left to view images from last week's opening reception at the Mjölk Gallery!

The exhibition is open through August 30th, 2013.

2959 Dundas Street West
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July 3, 2013

Mjölk Gallery Exhibition

July 24th — August 30th

Opening Reception
Wednesday, July 24th
7pm - 10pm with Mira Nakashima in attendance

2959 Dundas Street West

A Note from the Mjölk Gallery:

Mjölk is honored to present the first Canadian retrospective of works by legendary architect and craftsman George Nakashima, and his daughter, architect, designer and head of the Nakashima Studio, Mira Nakashima. We are proud to showcase a large collection of iconic works by George Nakashima as well as new works from Mira Nakashima's Keisho (continuation) collection. Mira Nakashima, along with her daughter Maria, and granddaughter Maya will be special guests in attendance.

The Nakashima furniture collection will be complemented by a curated collection of art by some of Japan's most famous contemporary artisans. This group of artists include potters Masanobu Ando and Koichi Uchida, wood artisans Ryuji Mitani and Shinji Tsukuda, and metal artists Takejiro and Mami Hasegawa.

The group of artisans will provide a living context to the Nakashima collection and offer visitors an exclusive opportunity to see and purchase works by artists who seldom show work outside of their native Japan. We believe this group of artists capture the spirit of the Nakashima's work and carry on the mission of providing beautiful well-crafted items that go beyond their basic function and provide something beautiful that enriches the soul.

A Note from the Mira Nakashima:

Although we have had ten shows in Japan, and two in Korea, as well as other places in the United States including the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle last year, and one at the Moderne Gallery in Philadelphia this coming September, this is the very first time Nakashima's has ever had a show in Canada. We feel very much in consonance with both the Scandinavian and Japanese design forms heretofore exhibited at Mjolk and are very honored to be chosen as representative of the Mjolk aesthetic. We have chosen the wood with John and Juli Baker, for the primarily "classic" George Nakashima furniture pieces, plus one named "Shoki" or early period, designed in 1941 in Seattle, and several of Mira's "Keisho" (continuation) designs, including a free-form Myrtle Burl "tsuitate" Standing piece for the front window.

In order to assure continuity into the next generation, Mira's children have recently become shareholders, and her architect daughter Maria, with her artistic daughter Maya, will make their debut at the Mjolk opening on July 24th, as representatives of the future.
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March 1, 2013

Mira Nakashima Speaks at Rago Arts & Auction Center

Last night, Mira Nakashima gave a speech at the Rago Arts & Auction Center.
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January 1, 2013

Join us for Nakashima: A Design Survey

Join Rago Auctions on Thursday, February 28 for an open house feating a talk by Mira Nakashima, Nakashima: A Design Survey.

Rago Arts and Auction Center, 333 North Main Street, Lambertville, NJ  08530. Thursday, February 28 during the preview for Rago's 20th C. Design Auctions. The auction house opens to the public at noon. A reception begins at 5 pm, Mira will speak at 6 pm.

The talk, entitled, Nakashima: A Design Survey discusses the evolution of the Nakashima workshop, from George Nakashima's early work in Japan, India, Seattle, the camp in Minidoka, Idaho to Raymond Farm and the first shop in New Hope. Mira will describe the Krosnick fire replacement project in 1990, with a postscript about the work taking place at the Nakashima workshop under her direction today.

RSVP to 609-397-9374, ext. 119 or If you are unable to RSVP in advance, please join us if you can. All are welcome.
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July 12, 2012

Wing Luke Exhibition Opening

Mira and the Nakashima craftsmen make an appearance at the opening at the Wing Luke Gallery in Seattle Washington. Photos by Toryan Dixon. Exhibition is open through January 20, 2013.
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April 23, 2012

George Nakashima: A Master's Furniture and Philosophy

New Exhibition opens at The Wing on July 12th!
719 South King Street, Seattle, WA 98104

An innovator of 20th century furniture design and father of the American craft movement, George Nakashima (1905-1990) is celebrated for his fine detailing, finishing, and spiritual connection with nature. Through his vintage furniture, architectural drawings and sketches, explore how Nakashima's life experiences shaped his work and the legacy he left behind.

The exhibition highlights his design process and features furniture and objects by Nakashima and his daughter Mira, who continues his studio today. Also presented are works in a range of media by artists and designers influenced by Nakashima and his philosophies.

Members preview, July 12th, 6-7 pm. RSVP to or call 206-623-5124 x 106.
Public opening 7-8 pm. Free admission; No RSVP required.
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September 1, 2011

Mira Nakashima: Then and Now

November 17, 2011 – January 13, 2012

Opening Reception Thursday, November 17, 6–8pm
Discussion with Mira Nakashima at 7pm

Duke & Duke
8527 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Duke & Duke is proud to announce the first west coast exhibition of architect and craftsman, Mira Nakashima. As the Creative Director of George Nakashima's studio, Mira has transcended her wood working heritage, through the exploration of marrying the use of quality woods with technical design. Mira's ability to connect with natural materials, was a method she learned during the training she received from her father, George, where she has mastered the technique of translating her intuition and spiritual connection with each tree. The Nakashima collection demonstrates a refined international style and Japanese craftsmanship that is organic and classic. Mira's wood works will be accompanied with ceramic works by Paul Philp.