Toshihiko Ikeda|Hajime Emoto|Tetsui Oshima|Michiyo Kamei|Koei Nishida| Nobuo Magome

“Yokai” describes an extraordinary phenomenon or nasty monster which cannot be understood by human beings.
It is feared because it frightens people, runs amok and causes disasters. Sometimes, “Yokai” is considered to be God’s double, neither good nor bad, and is passed down from generation to generation, mentioned in folklore, or appears in comics.
It’s a familiar symbol of summer which is well-known to Japanese people.
Please enjoy the works on display which reveal this mysterious entity normally invisible to human eyes.

Vol. 6 2013 Summer Exhibition

Period: June 3 (Mon.) – September 1 (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


Toshihiko Ikeda  |  Hajime Emoto  |  Tetsui Oshima  |  Michiyo Kamei  |  Koei Nishida  |  Nobuo Magome

Art Works

Nobuo Magome
U can do it!
65.2×50cm mineral colors, Japanese paper, whitewash
U can do it!
Toshihiko Ikeda
Old man - Q Quiet resistance
56×31cm Drawing
Old man - Q Quiet resistance

“Infinite Time and Space Amid Cognizant Japanese Beauty”

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