Hideo Hagiwara “The Structural Language of Beauty”
[Image: Hideo Hagiwara "Circus" (1959)]
Ends in 26 days
Hideo Hagiwara believes that the best way to understand abstract art is to see as much of it as possible. Understanding art as a structural language of colors and forms, Hagiwara considers art’s value to come from the messages the viewer receives from these aspects of the work. This exhibition focuses on the simple forms in red, yellow, white, blue, and brown from his 1959 work “Circus.”
from June 13, 2019 to November 10, 2019
Closed July 9–July 19 and September 9–September 20
http://www.musashino-culture.or.jp/a_museum/ (Japanese) (venue's website)
[Permanent Exhibition] Adults ¥100 [Special Exhibition] Adults ¥300, High and Junior High School Students ¥100, Elementary School Students and under, Seniors over 65 and Registered Disabled free.
From 10:00 To 19:30
Note:Closed every last Wednesdays and for the new year holidays.