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Hiromi Kikuchi Memorial Satoshi Museum of Art "100th Anniversary of The Birth of Fuji Instinctmichi : Ceramic artist who depicted life"

Period: Aug 3, 2019 - Dec 1
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2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Fuji Ondo (1919-1992), one of the leading artists in postwar Japanese ceramics.
Fujimoto further developed existing color painting techniques, improved color paints, and worked on new expressions that fused paints and glazes, and in 1986 was recognized as an important intangible cultural asset "color edai porcelain" technology holder. The museum's founder, Satoshi Kikuchi (1923-2016), loved ceramics and enjoyed interacting with the artists, but fujimoto's works were the most concentrated and collected. The collection contains a number of valuable works that can be said to be fujimoto's masterpieces. In this exhibition, the kikuchi collection will be used to examine the activities of Fuji Kodo again, with the addition of works from the Municipal Museum of Art in Ome City, where the workshop was located, and unpublished drawings, and to see the rich trajectory of the creation. (There are plans to change the exhibition during the exhibition.)

Hours11:00-18:00 *Admission is until 17:30
HolidayMonday (8/12( Mon., Shaken), 9/16 (Mon., Holiday), 9/23 (Mon., Holiday), 10/14 (Mon., Holiday), 11/4 (Mon.) open), 8/13 (Tue), 9/17 (Tue), 9/24 (Tue), 10/15 (Tue), 11/5 (Tue)
Admission1,000 yen for general students, 800 yen for university students, 500 yen for elementary, junior high and high school students
*Preschoolers are free of charge.
*For those who present a disability handbook (up to one caregiver is required), the admission fee is usually half the price.
*Repeat discount: If you are looking at the exhibition after the second time during the exhibition, you will receive a 300 yen discount by presenting a half ticket. (It cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts.) )


Hiromi Kikuchi Memorial Satoshi Museum of Art
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