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Kakejiku Art 

March 2 to March 29, 2019

Kakejiku are hanging scrolls that were brought from China to Japan as a tool to spread Buddhism 1,500 years ago. Nowadays, Kakejiku needs an evolution to transform itself into a new form of art and interior decoration.
We are a team of Japanese craftsmen and talented artists/designers who aim to create a new style to enjoy life with Kakejiku art. We believe that it is one of the best interior decorations for art lovers with its advantages of lightness and compactness.
In our exhibition at FCCJ, we are exhibiting 33 Kakejiku scrolls coordinated by designers from DAS Designers Association. We hope you will enjoy these artworks and support our team in the future.

Artists

Motodugu Araki
Toshihiko Daimon
Takako Imatani
Junko Inagaki
Shinsaku Inoue
Takeshi Fukuda
Takashi Fujita
Shigeki Hattori
Masaki Hisatani
Riko Honta
Miyoko Kawamura
Kazuo Kimura
Hiroko Koshino
Yoshiho Mawatari
Haruko Mitori
Akiko Miyako
Yoshihiro Noguchi
Hiroshi Oohira
Dairoku Oka
Tadahiro Sakamoto
Hitoshi Sasaki
Kunio Sato
Yoshinori Sengoku
Takahiro Shima
Akihito Shimizu
Shinnosuke Sugizaki
Yukichi Takada
Zenmaru Takahashi
Akihiko Tamura
Masahiko Tsubota
Giacomo Valentini
Takao Yamada
Yoji Yamamoto

FCCJ Exhibition Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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