Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art × Michio Hayashi – Quiet Dislocations: Notes on Contemporary Art
[Image: Jasper Johns "High school days" (1969) © Jasper Johns / VAGA, New York & JASPAR, Tokyo, 2017 C1343]
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Part of a series of exhibitions that seeks to re-examine works in the Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art collection from new perspectives. The focus this time is works of modern and contemporary painting that form the core of the museum’s collection; and the viewpoint from which the roughly ninety selected works are examined is that of art historian and critic Michio Hayashi.
(All will be conducted in Japanese.)
Michio Hayashi (Art Historian, art critic; Professor, Sophia University)
August 5 (Sat.): Painting and Closed Rooms: Quiet dislocations of vision
August 12 (Sat.): Reflection and Transparency: The issue of surfaces
August 19 (Sat.): Lead and Bread: The continual presence of gray and decline into the everyday in postwar art
August 26 (Sat.): The Murmur of the Brush: The [im]personal hand
Time (each day): 13:30 - 15:00（open from 13:00）
No reservations needed｜Limit 80 people｜Museum admission necessary
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