The memorial hall course is a lecture on cultural dissemination by curators of Ryuko, Tsuneko Kumagai, Sanno Sosudo, and Shiro Ozaki Memorial Hall in Ota Ward, and the latest research reports of each memorial hall are given every year.
This lecture started when Japanese painter Ryuko Kawabata (1885-1966) was selected for the first time at the Revival Nihon Bijutsuin (institute exhibition) at the age of 30, and after that, it was also heavily used by Taikan Yokoyama and attracted attention as a new painter. However, at the age of 44, Ryuko will introduce how he left the institute exhibition and founded his own art group, Seiryusha, in order to pursue his own art.Then, Ryuko's view of art at that time will be explored from "Atelier, August 1932" (published in the August 8 issue of "Atelier") written by Ryuko for Daikan.
Date and time: Saturday, March 4, 3th year of Reiwa 19: 13-30: 15
Lecture: Takuya Kimura (Curator, Ryuko Memorial Hall, Ota Ward)
Meeting place: Ota Bunkanomori Hall
Deadline: Must arrive by Monday, March 4, 3th year of Reiwa
Capacity: 100 people (lottery if the capacity is exceeded)
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