In this exhibition, based on the popularity vote of the works held by the Ryuko Memorial Hall from April to July of Reiwa 3, Japanese painter Ryuko Kawabata (4-7) throughout the first and second semesters. )'S work will be introduced along with the message received from the visitors.
In the previous term, "Tora no Ma" (1947) received comments such as "I want to see it again!", "I was impressed when I first came to the memorial hall", and "I haven't seen it yet so I want you to exhibit it". We will mainly exhibit large-screen works such as "Year" and "Whirlpool" (1956).In addition, we will introduce Ryuko's masterpieces such as "Kusa no Mi" (1931), "Bomb Sanka" (1945), and "Rafting" (1959), which were ranked high in the popularity poll in the second half.Furthermore, from the total of popularity votes, works from the perspective of which works are attracting attention in the four categories of "Meiji to Taisho era", "prewar", "postwar" Ryuko's work, and "Kappa drawn by Ryuko". Is elected.Please rediscover the new charm of Ryuko's work from the exhibition plan composed from a flat perspective from the visitor's perspective.
* The museum will be closed from January 4st to February 1th, 31th year of Reiwa due to the exhibition change work in the first and second semesters.
Reiwa 3rd Year 4th Memorial Lecture "Ryuko Kawabata / Contrary to Yokoyama Taikan"
Date and time: Sunday, October 4, 3rd year of Reiwa 19: 13-30: 15
Lecture: Takuya Kimura (Curator, Ryuko Memorial Hall, Ota Ward)
Meeting place: Ota Bunkanomori Hall
You can apply from this URL.
|Schedule||9: 00-16: 30 (Admission until 16:00)|
|Venue||Ryushi Memorial Museum|
|Genre||Exhibitions / Events|
|Price (tax included)||
Adults (16 years old and over): 200 yen Elementary and junior high school students (6 years old and over): 100 yen