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Taiji Kiyokawa
Annex Exhibition

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2018.04.03 - 08.26

Kiyokawa Taiji: Harmony between Colors

Overview

Kiyokawa Taiji explored a unique realm of art that could not be captured by simply reproducing the appearance of an object. Creating works based on lines and colored planes, the artist’s seems to have believed that the arrangement of colors was the essence of composition. Spotlighting color in the artist’s paintings, this exhibition introduces a selection of Kiyokawa’s works in chronological order. Viewers will enjoy tracing the gradual changes in Kiyokawa’s art as his colorful approach gives way to the use of white as a keynote, and in later years, he begins to search for beautiful combinations of colors and forms.

Information

Dates:
April 3, 2018 (Tuesday) - August 26, 2018 (Sunday).
Closed:
Mondays
Hours:
10:00A.M. - 6:00P.M. (Last entry 30 minutes before closing time)
Place:
Kiyokawa Taiji Memorial Gallery, exhibition rooms

Admission

Adults 200yen / Seniors(over 65) 100yen / University and high school students 150yen / Junior high and elementary school students 100yen
Group Discount
Adults 160yen / Seniors(over 65) 80yen / University and high school students 120yen / Junior high and elementary school students 80yen
*Discount applies to groups of 20 or more.
*Admission for visitors with disabilities is 100 yen. Students with disabilities, and one attendant per visitor with disabilities are admitted free of charge.
*Elementary and junior high school students are admitted free on weekends, national holidays, and during the summer holidays.

Overview

Kiyokawa Taiji explored a unique realm of art that could not be captured by simply reproducing the appearance of an object. Creating works based on lines and colored planes, the artist’s seems to have believed that the arrangement of colors was the essence of composition. Spotlighting color in the artist’s paintings, this exhibition introduces a selection of Kiyokawa’s works in chronological order. Viewers will enjoy tracing the gradual changes in Kiyokawa’s art as his colorful approach gives way to the use of white as a keynote, and in later years, he begins to search for beautiful combinations of colors and forms.