September 26–November 25, 2023

  • Tuesday – Saturday 11:00–18:00 Calendar
  • Closed on Sunday, Monday and National Holidays
  • Closed on November 3, 23

From September 26th to November 25th, Kamakura Gallery will hold a retrospective exhibition of Takayama Noboru 1944–2023, known as a representative Mono-ha artist who sadly passed away in January of this year.

Mono-ha is an artistic phenomenon that emerged around 1970, using unprocessed materials and objects as works of art. It occupies an important position in the history of contemporary Japanese art, and its international reputation continues to rise.

Kamakura Gallery exhibited Takayama Noboru’s works at Mono-ha exhibitions in 1986 and 1994, and in 2012, he commissioned a re-creation of his early work “Mouse Trap” for a solo exhibition. This time, we are exhibiting works centered on this “Mouse Trap.”

Takayama Noboru was born in Tokyo in 1944. He graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting, majoring in oil painting, and then completed a master’s degree at the same university’s Graduate School of Fine Arts. He is widely known for his works using railroad ties. He passed away from lung cancer on January 8, 2023.

Mouse trap
Mouse trap

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  • 火–土 11:00–18:00 カレンダー
  • 日 月 祝日(11/3, 23) 定休


鎌倉画廊は9月26日から11月25日までモノ派の代表的な作家として知られ、今年1月に惜しまれながら亡くなった高山登の回顧展「高山登 1944–2023」を開催いたします。