"Red, Canvas, Electricity..." Paris 1971-Tokyo 1994 + Prints
- October 20th, 2013 (at third floor)
(closed on Monday, Tuesday and National Holidays)
YOSHIDA Katsuro (1943-1999) is known as one of the main artists of "MONO-HA",
Japanese art movement in the late 60’s - early 70’s. One of his works titled “Red,
Canvas, Electricity...” that was first displayed at the 7th Paris Youth Biennale in
1971 and he made a re-creation of this work at “Mono-ha” exhibition at Kamakura
Gallery (Tokyo) in 1994. In the current exhibition, the re-creationed one and his
silkscreens from 1970 to 1972 are on display.
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|*** The second floor is a permanent installation
Many works are exhibited in the second floor include young artists's works.