Yozo Hamaguchi “Trajectory of the Gaze”
[Image: Yozo Hamaguchi "Crabs" (1959)]
Ends in 9 days
Yozo Hamaguchi (1909–2000) was a self-taught artist whose mezzotints created delicate gradations from white to black. Later, he established the field of color mezzotinting using layers of red, blue, yellow, and black. Fruit, butterflies, lady bugs, and other small and familiar subjects frequently appear in his works, which present interplays of light and dark. This exhibition focuses on works portraying living things. We can observe Hamaguchi’s affectionate gaze on these creatures and his interest in forms.
from June 03, 2021 to October 03, 2021
Closed July 14–July16, July 22–July 30, August 12–August 20.
http://www.musashino-culture.or.jp/a_museum/ (Japanese) (venue's website)
Adults ¥100; Elementary School Students and Under free; Seniors 65 & Over, Persons with Disability Certificates free. [Special Exhibition] Adults ¥300, High School and Junior High School Students ¥100
From 10:00 To 19:30
Note:Closed on the last Wednesday of each month and during the New Year holidays.
Address: 7F FF Bldg., 1-8-16 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-0004
Phone: 0422-22-0385 Fax: 0422-22-0386
3 minute walk from the North exit of Kichijoji Station on the JR Chuo and Sobu lines or Keio Inokashira line.