Václav Fiala “Ogasawara and other Japanese inspirations”

Czech Centre Tokyo

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Painter, graphic designer and illustrator Václav Fiala (1896-1980) was an avant-garde artist who began working under David Burliuk, the founder of Russian Futurism, as an assistant of art history. After returning to Czechoslovakia, as it was then called, he studied at Max Švabinský’s art academy. In the early 1920’s, Fiela visited Japan together with the Burliuk family and other artists, producing several works under the guidance of his contemporaries during his stay. Both Fiela and Burliuk underwent an intensive two-year period of artistic production that impacted their subsequent activities following this.
Here the work of Fiala, and his connection with Russian futurism in particular, in introduced in Japanese for the first time.

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Opening Event
Event Date: Dec. 27 (Fri) 19:00- (doors open: 18:30)
Speaker: Helena Capkova (Professor at Waseda University, curator of this exhibition)

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Schedule

from October 27, 2017 to November 29, 2017
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.

Opening Reception on 2017-10-27 from 19:00

Artist(s)

Václav Fiala

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 17:00
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays
Note:Closed on Czech national holidays.

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Address: 2-16-14 Hiroo, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0012
Phone: 03-3400-8129 Fax: 03-3400-8186

10 minute walk from Hiroo Station on the Hibiya line, 20 minute walk from JR Ebisu Station.

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