In the mid and late 2000s, Huh attracted global attention for his “emography” – a portmanteau of emotion and calligraphy. The term was coined by Ryu Byoung-hak -- an art critic and independent curator based in Seoul and Germany who also directed the Busan Biennale in 2006 – after viewing his solo exhibition in Germany in 2006
The Department of Culture of the Yaroslavl Region awarded Yuri Ivanovich Arutsev with a Certificate of Merit
On the initiative of the Association of Private Museums of Russia, the Department of Culture of the Yaroslavl Region awarded Yuri Ivanovich Arutsev, an outstanding calligrapher, public figure, founder of the Yaroslavl Historical and Genealogical Society, and founder of the author's school “Russian Calligraphy and Ligature” and the Museum of Russian National Writing.
Tokyo-born Fuad Kouichi Honda is widely recognized as one of the world’s top Arabic calligraphers. The native Japanese Muslim, who teaches at Daito Bunka University, has won numerous awards for his work, including at the International Arabic Calligraphy Competition. His most famous pieces use passages from the Qur’an.
One of master penman Michael Sull’s favorite things to write is people’s names. “Because so many people can’t write their names! They scribble their names. You scribble your name, you’re showing a lot of disrespect for yourself. I mean, your name is your most personal form of identification. You’ve had it since you were born. And you should write it well,” Sull said.
The World Calligraphy Museum staff congratulates one of the brightest and most respected masters of Russian graphic design, a member of the Union of Artists, the Union of Designers of Russia, academician of the Academy of Graphic Design and participant of the International Exhibition of Calligraphy Evgeny Maksovich Dobrovinsky
For this project in Shuyang, China, UAD has used architecture to encapsulate the area’s long-held tradition of calligraphy. The recent intervention, measuring an expansive 112,752 ft2 (10,475 m2), is designed to house a new calligraphy art gallery for Shuyang, which is known as the birthplace of the traditional Chinese brush writing.
Among the authors of the new issue of the magazine is Yuri Arutsev, an outstanding master, creator of the author’s school “Russian Calligraphy and Ligature” and the Museum of Russian National Writing, Alexander Zolotarev, curator of the Museum of Russian National Writing, and Oksana Khukhrina, educational artist, fine art expert and co-founder of the First School of Chinese Calligraphy in St. Petersburg.