I am the director of Blum & Poe, Tokyo.
After majoring in Japanese Studies at the University of Cambridge in 2005, I conducted research into postwar Japanese art at Sophia University in Tokyo. My area of focus is Mono-ha, a group of Tokyo-based artists who radically redefined the Japanese avant-garde during the late 1960s and 1970s.
Previously, I was the managing editor of ArtAsiaPacific in New York. I have also written for numerous publications, including The Guardian, The Japan Times, Art & Australia, White Zinfandel, Satellite, and Artforum.com. Among the books I have edited are Art Space Tokyo (Pre/Post Books, 2008) and What is Mono-ha? (Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, 2007).
This website offers an overview of some of the work I have done during the past decade in Tokyo and New York. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.