Yabuno Ken "Cities in Memory"

Fuchu Art Museum

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The brilliant sky, powerful land and magnificent architecture - Ken Yabuno (b.1943) creates paintings of cityscapes from his memory. Having studied in Spain and largely influenced by European architecture, he incorporates these elements into his paintings to create his own world.

Yabuno has received critical acclaim at a variety of large exhibitions such as Niki-Ten, and he has also taught at Musashino Art University and Waseda University. He often walks around cities and makes sketches of the places he visits. This is a retrospective exhibition featuring about 50 paintings and drawings.

Related Events:
Lectures
July 29th (Sun) "Depicting 'City in Memory'" by Ken Yabuno
September 8th (Sat) "The World of Ken Yabuno" by Hitoshi Yamamura (Museum Assistant Director)
Both starting at 14:00. Free. No reservation required.

Artist Talk & Discussion
August 26th (Sun) / with Kunio Motoe (Museum Director)
September 17th (Mon) / with HIdenobu Jinnai (Architecture historian)
September 23rd (Sun)/ with Akihisa Inoue (Writer)
All starting at 14:00. Free. No reservation required.

Gallery Talk
August 11th (Sat), September 22nd (Sat), August 6th (Sat)
14:00-
Free (Exhibition ticket required)

Museum Concert
"Night of Flamenco"
August 25th (Sat) 17:30-
Entrance Hall, free.

Workshop
"Drawing Fuchu Art Museum with Ken Yabuno"
September 30th (Sun) 10:30-16:30
Junior high school students and above.
Reservation required.
Fee: ¥300

[Image: "My Elementary School" 1977]

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Schedule

From 2007-07-28 To 2007-10-08

Artist(s)

Yabuno Ken

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donald_japantimes: (2007-08-30 at 15:08)

Cities in the dust
Ken Yabuno re-imagines the past of Spain
By C.B. Liddell
Special to The Japan Times

"In old buildings you can see the daily life of people from generation to generation," Yabuno explains. "After about 50 or 60 years, buildings reflect the character of the people. It's similar to the lifetime of people."

http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fa20070830a1.html

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