Masahiro Kodaira “Emergence”

Kurenboh Chohouin Buddhist Temple Gallery

poster for Masahiro Kodaira “Emergence”
[Image: © Masahiro Kodaira]

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What can be understood from having a dualistic view like good and evil? Looking at things on the border of knowable and unknowable leads to discoveries beyond the self, and beyond such views. An existence like this may not be defined but is perhaps an enjoyable and floating existence. It is said that for a while after Buddha reached enlightenment, he enjoyed it. There is enjoyment beyond the questions of recognition and existence. And, there is an indefinite enjoyment from the phenomenon of the self merging with the other. The way to see a photograph is to pray for happiness to come forth during that moment of questioning when facing a work. Masahiro Kodaira’s photograph makes one think about the necessity of this method of viewing. A piece of art is just like the lotus flower that Buddha held up in front of his disciples to convey the ineffable nature of suchness.

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Schedule

from November 06, 2019 to December 06, 2019

Website

http://www.kurenboh.com/en/top.html (venue's website)

Fee

Osaisen, money offering required.

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 16:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays
Note:By appointment only via email kurenboh[at]nifty.com

Access

Address: Chohouin Buddhist Temple, 4-17-14 Kuramae, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0051

5 minutes from exit A3 at Kuramae Station on the Asakusa line, 5 minutes walk from A5 at Kuramae Station on the Oedo line.

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