Sale of Emiko Kasahara’s limited print to benefit Japanese organization, Children without Borders

Posted on March 15, 2011 | 1 Comment

To gather support for children who lost their parents in the earthquake and tsunami, artist Emiko Kasahara is collaborating with Japanese NGO Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi (Children without border ) by offering a print of “Maria & Eve –loop-” as a gift to people making donationas of $150 or more to the organization. Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi (KnK) is a humanitarian educational association founded to support disadvantaged youth in Asia and raise international awareness, particularly in Japan, of the situation of those underprivileged children. KnK was established in 1997 to support educational activities throughout Asia.

“Maria & Eve – loop -” is a signed and numbered limited edition (180 count), handmade offset print (6” x 4,25” x 0.25”). Using two iconic women from Christianity, the work deals with black/white dualism applied on female identity, pointing out Magliette Calcio A Poco Prezzo their resemblance more than difference.

Steps to Donate: (1) Inform Emiko (  of your donation in order to reserve a print; (2) Link to Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi’s donation button, and write “Japan Tsunami” on the next page where you are prompted to ‘Enter Description’ on the far left of the page. To receive Maria & Eve –Loop- is a minimum donation of $150; (3) Forward confirmation of your donation to Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi along with your mailing address to Emiko at:


One Response to “Sale of Emiko Kasahara’s limited print to benefit Japanese organization, Children without Borders”

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