Public relations / information paper
Public relations / information paper
The Ota Ward Cultural Arts Information Paper "ART bee HIVE" is a quarterly information paper that contains information on local culture and arts, newly published by the Ota Ward Cultural Promotion Association from the fall of 2019. "BEE HIVE" means a beehive.Together with the ward reporter "Mitsubachi Corps" gathered by open recruitment, we will collect artistic information and deliver it to everyone!
In "bee cub voice honeybee corps", the honeybee corps will interview the events and artistic places posted in this paper and review them from the perspective of the inhabitants of the ward.
"Cub" means a newcomer to a newspaper reporter, a fledgling.Introducing the art of Ota Ward in a review article unique to the honeybee corps!
Mitsubachi Name: Mr. Korokoro Sakurazaka (Joined the 2019 Mitsubachi Corps)
Recently, the Argentine tango scene that became a very impressive and talked-about scene at the beginning of the movie "Masquerade Night".Ryota Komatsu was the bandoneon player who shook his heart.At this concert, he enjoyed the selection of songs from "Piazzolla's 100th Anniversary", and the last was the climax with the famous song "Winter in Buenos Aires".In the encore, I was fascinated by the exquisite selection of the super royal road "La Cumparsita".And the guest dancer NANA & Axel who changed the dress three times and showed off gracefully was a masterpiece!
ART bee HIVE vol.8 Introduced in the artistic person "Ryutaro Takahashi".
Honeybee name: Magome RIN (joined the honeybee corps in 2019)
A collaboration between Ryuko Kawabata and a work owned by Ryutaro Takahashi, a contemporary art collector related to Ota Ward, has been realized.
I am amazed at the good matching of the works of Ryuko and contemporary artists.There may be something in common with challengers who express themselves as they wish, without being bound by existing values.
And, it is said that the number of visitors has renewed significantly every year in the corona disaster, and the number has reversed for the first time from seniors to young people.The calm atmosphere of the Ryuko Memorial Hall has been added to the liveliness of the young people who appreciate it at the time of the interview.
The timeless challengers were shining a new glow in the venue.
Mitsubachi Name: Mr. Subako Sanno (Joined the Mitsubachi Corps in 2021)
According to the curator, the concept is "Zubari'VS'".
Ryuko Memorial Hall, a museum of Japanese painting.This is the first collaboration with contemporary art.
It can be seen that it was a "challenge" as the Ryuko Memorial Hall.For me personally, rather than "VS", I felt that both Ryuko's work and Ryutaro Takahashi's collection work are full of the artist's intention to "do not want to fit in the frame!" rice field.
However, I want to see more of this "VS".I'm looking forward to the second one.
ART bee HIVE vol.7 Introduced in the special feature "I want to go, the scenery of Daejeon drawn by Hasui Kawase".
Honeybee name: Mr. Kuroichi Omori (joined the honeybee corps in 2021)
Hasui Kawase "Tentative title / Morigasaki seaweed drying area scenery"
(Owned by Yamamoto Seaweed Store Co., Ltd.)
An exhibition of Hasui Kawase, who was called "Showa Hiroshige" and "Travel Poet".Among them, the one that caught my eye was "Tentative title / Morigasaki seaweed drying area scenery".It is the scenery of Omori, which is nostalgic when I was a child.
This work was requested by the Yamamoto Seaweed store in Nihonbashi and is not from the usual publisher.It is written in his diary on March 1954, 29 (Showa 3) that Hasui himself visited the seaweed drying area in Omorihigashi.The guide was Mr. Zenichiro Koike, who was the head of the Yamamoto seaweed shop at that time.Mr. Koike was the old man who lived next to my house.It was a discovery that Hasui felt closer to him.
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