Gently Cradled ~Easy Living~

Kei Hiraga|Ryu Kadosaka|Iwao Namai|Hyogo Mino|Madoka Shibata

Spring in Japan arrives in stages as the cold air gradually begins to subside and new buds begin to swell. It is a special season highlighted by vivid colors and the aroma of blossoms.
At the exhibition, visitors can enjoy Japanese art, both modern and traditional, and the spring season in a space filled with sun light. The exhibition includes floral motif paintings by Kei Hiraga, Ryu Kadosaka, Iwao Namai, Hyogo Mino, Madoka Shibata and others capturing the images of spring, focused on cherry blossoms, a symbol of Japan.
Other displays include a folding screen featuring paintings popular during the Azuchi-Momoyama period and a hand-drawn Ukiyoe hanging scroll. Relax enjoying the Gently Cradled ~Easy Living~.

Vol. 5 2013 Spring Exhibition

Period March 12 (Mon.) – May 19 (Sun.), 2013
Hours: 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Location: 25F
Admission: Free

[Cooperated by] Hagurodo, Shinobazu Gallery
[Produced by] creative unit moon
[Video Produced by] antymark


Hand-painted Ukiyo-e  |  Kei Hiraga  |  Ryu Kadosaka  |  Iwao Namai  |  Hyogo Mino  |  Madoka Shibata

Art Works

Madoka Shibata
Pattern between the Flowers
60.6×72.7cm Oil on canvas
Pattern between the Flowers
Hyogo Mino
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (cherry)
15.0×10.0cm Acryl
Hanafuda playing card series - The Beckoning Cat (cherry)

“Infinite Time and Space Amid Cognizant Japanese Beauty”

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