Scenes to Share— The Printmaker Kazue Yamagishi and Contemporary Artists

Fujisawa City Art Space
Until Aug 28


Kazue Yamagishi, Ari Uchida, Aiko Tanaka
Kazue Yamagishi was a renowned printmaker in Taisho and Showa periods. Started as an engraver, he then proceeded in both carving and printing his own works. His most famous work is the "World's Hundred Famous Views" series. The exhibition will be composed of two parts and will be focusing mainly on the works that were donated to the museum in 2019.
Simultaneously, two contemporary artists, Ari Uchida and Aiko Tanaka, will be introduced as well. The "Scenes to Share" of these three artists, who are from different periods, will be presented.

Part 1: June 18th (Sat) - July 18th (Mon)
Part 2: July 23rd (Sat) - August 28th (Sun)



Jun 18 (Sat) 2022-Aug 28 (Sun) 2022

Exhibition Hours: 10:00-19:00. Closed on Mondays. Open on July 18th. Closed from July 19th to July 22nd.

Venue Hours

Depends on each event.
VenueFujisawa City Art Space
Location6F Cocco Terrace Shonan, 2-2-2 Tsujido Kandai, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa 251-0041
Access5 minute walk from the North exit of Tsujido Station on the JR Tokaido line; From the North exit of Tsujido Station, take the bus towards the North exit of Fujisawa Station and get off at Kandai Koen-mae. The venue is 1 minute walk from there.