Fuman Art in cutlog NY 2014 was a big success!

Fuman Art arrived the shores of NY for the first time, from May 8th – 11th 2014. We showcased most of our artists at cutlog NY, at the Clemente which is a 19th-century former school house in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

We received great response to the artists, artwork and sculptures which were on display. The very popular ones include Monstock!!’s sculpture – Giant Moai Robo, Gustavo Charif’s ‘Family of Man’ 2012, Azizan Paiman’s ‘Issue Now and Then’ series, Aoi Fujimoto’s quirky and funny drawings, Minoru Sugiyama’s creative and yet precise etchings and ‘Twin tower on Fire’, as well as Stephane Blanquet’s drawing on linen.

Azizan Paiman: A wordless expressionist by Ben Davis

Stephane Blanquet: I have always liked Blanquet’s work  by Robert Boyd

Fuman Art: A mini international expo by itself in cutlog New York by Rubin Chen of The China Press

Photos by Cojo Art Juggernaut

Fuman Art - Cutlog new york 2014 opening night crowd 2For more photos of the opening night and exhibition. Click here.



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