Masato Moriwaki "To Live"

Nerima Art Museum

poster for Masato Moriwaki "To Live"

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Masato Moriwaki was born in 1950. After graduating from Tama Art University he became an apprentice to Gensou Okuda. Currently, he lives in Nerima ward and is a nihonga painter affiliated with the Nitten group. Figures in Moriwaki's paintings seem to be questing for a sense of place. This special exhibition features about 15 works that span his early period, while he was a elementary and middle school teacher and had occasion to observe closely his students and adolescent wards, right up until his recent works, which attempt to visualize internal human emotions and a profound sense of human existence itself.

-Related events (14:00-)
Gallery talk by curators and volunteers
June 14th, 28th, July 12th, 26th
Artist talk
June 7th, 21st, July 5th, 19th (sign language translation included on June 21st and July 19th)



From 2008-06-06 To 2008-07-27
Open on July 21st (Mon) and closed on July 22nd (Tue)


Masato Moriwaki



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