Sep 6
~
Sep 17

Bon Voyage: An Exhibition by Fuminori Oohashi

11:00am – 6:00pm
Free

Gallery Jiyugaoka will hold the fourth “Bon Voyage, art exhibition by Fuminori Oohashi.” The exhibition consists of two parts: from 6th through 11th it will feature nostalgic landscapes of Paris paired with music to transport spectators to the French streets. The second part – from the 12th through to the 17th – focuses on “a moveable feast”. Oohashi’s current theme, this displays his unique world of fantasy with sweets and animals into which he recently incorporated Japanese elements. Oohashi’s work is highly appreciated abroad as well as in Japan, with a prize awarded at Le Salon d’Automne 2019.

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