Fourth Collection Exhibition: Yoshimasa Tsuchiya
[Image: Yoshimasa Tsuchiya "Qilin" (2017) camphor, crystal, coloring, 58x41x17 cm, private collection]
This event has ended.
*Yokosuka Museum of Art is temporarily closed from Mar. 4 to June. 30.
※The exhibition period has been shortened. (Originally 2019/12/21–2020/4/5).
Featuring the work of Yoshimasa Tsuchiya (b. 1977), a Yokosuka-based wood carver known for his sculptures of animals. A Tokyo University of the Arts graduate who studied restoration, Tsuchiya creates endearing and innocent creatures and mythological beasts such as unicorns and quilt. Eight of his works are displayed in Gallery 8. The work of ink painting artist Kanuemon Asai and printmaker Shozo Shimada, newly aquired , are also exhibited.
from December 21, 2019 to March 03, 2020
Closed December 29 through January 3, Closed on January 6, February 3 and 4, March 2.