Tamaki Kitamura has been working on art production for 13 years with the aim of bringing art to everyday life and understanding spectators’ feeling as he wishes to see them smile. Kitamura uses refined motifs, techniques, and a mixture of pastoral and modern colors. Such a variation surprises his many fans who anticipate the next release of his work. This exhibition covers his work from past to present so that you can visualize the change or transformation of his paintings along with his life journey.
While the exhibition is open from 12pm – 7pm, please note that on the final day it will close at 4pm.
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