Ryuka Fukuoji “Landscapes in Kimono and Obi”

Gallery Dojunkai

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Bingata is a traditional resist dye technique that originates from Okinawa, formerly known as the Ryukyu Kingdom of the south isles. Later the craft was adopted outside of Okinawa and established as unique local varitions such as Kyo-Bingata (in Kyoto) and Edo-Bingata (in Tokyo).
Eight years have passed since Ryuka Fukuoji’s last exhibition introducing works based on traditional Ko-Ryukyu (Old Ryukyu) Bingata style textiles. See how this dye artist works within a framework that retains the age-old charm of this technique while allowing for development and evolution in pattern design.

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from January 03, 2018 to January 08, 2018 at 18:00

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Ryuka Fukuoji

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