Tsutomu Makishi “Turbulence 1941-2015”

Tama Art University

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[Image: Tsutomu Makishi 'Unknown' (1975) Photo credit: Naobumi Okamoto (Life Goes On lnc.)]

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The Tama Art University Museum will hold an exhibition that follows the footsteps of Okinawa-based artist Tsutomu Makishi (1941-2015). Maki created a style that portrays the contemporary era of Okinawa, while also incorporating neo-dada and pop-art techniques. He held solo exhibitions almost every year since the 1970s, and continued to present new work for about 50 years while belonging to no art group.

Through Makishi’s work it is possible to understand the social background of Okinawa as an island occupied by military bases during the long post-war era. On the other hand, Maki, who loved jazz, did not hide his longing for American culture. The expression that also includes the “complexity” brought about by various factors sway the viewer’s heart, sometimes with a dash of humor, and sometimes with overflowing emotion and tension.

This exhibition introduced about 90 works from the artist’s vast collection of work. This will be the first opportunity to see Makishi’s works collectively outside of Okinawa.

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Schedule

from July 04, 2020 to September 22, 2020
Open on 9/22

Artist(s)

Tsutomu Makishi

Fee

Adults ¥300. University, High School and Junior High School Students free. Persons with Disability Certificates + 1 Companion free.

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 17:00
Closed on Tuesdays
Note:Open on public holiday Tuesday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays and in between exhibitions.

Access

Address: 1-33-1 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo 206-0033
Phone: 042-357-1251 Fax: 042-357-1252

7 minute walk from the South exit of Odakyu Tama Center Station on the Odakyu Tama line, 9 minute walk from the Central exit of Keio Tama Center Station on the Keio Sagamihara line, 10 minute walk from Tama Center Station on the Tama Monorail line.

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