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Kei Arai / Kazuki Mizuguchi

The exhibition features blue and indigo blue as its theme hues.
These are the colors that people in Japan and elsewhere associate with the ocean and sky.
The paintings on display – summer beauties of the EdoPeriod, ”Doroe”* paintings typically sold as souvenirs of Tokyo (then called Edo) around the end of the Edo Period and in the Meiji Period, landscape paintings by the contemporary painter Kei Arai and works of Kazuki Mizuguchi — will bring a summer breeze into the atrium.

Vol. 2 2012 Summer Exhibition

Period: June 11 (Mon.) – August 31 (Sun.), 2012
Hours: 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Location: 25F
Admission: Free

[Cooperated by] Hagurodo
[Produced by] creative unit moon
[Video Produced by] antymark

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