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Temporary Exhibitions

FUKAZAWA Shozo and Koko


Sep. 14 - Nov. 10

Detail

     This is a retrospective of the Fukazawas featuring some 160 works including paintings unveiled for the first time. A painter couple, Fukazawa Shozo (1899-1992) and Fukazawa Koko (1903-1993) are known for their great contributions to the development of Iwate's art after the war. Born and raised in Morioka city, Iwate prefecture, they studied painting in Tokyo and remained there working actively as artist while young. After returning to Morioka in 1947 they opened their own art school for children and also taught younger generation at the Iwate Art Institute, which produced quite a few of artists.
     Showing their wide variety of work, the exhibition surveys the Fukazawas' role and influence in modern art world of Iwate.

FUKAZAWA Shozo
Self-Portrait
1988 Tokyo University of the Arts


Special Talk Event by Omiya Masao, Nishi Mariko and Hiroshima Yasuko

Sep. 14, 2019 14:00-16:00
at the Hall

Lecture by Senni Tsukasa

Sep. 29, 2019 14:00-15:30
at the Hall

Workshop by Nakagawa Chieko

Oct. 14, 2019 13:00-16:00
*reservation required
at the Studio

Gallery Talks

Sep. 20, Oct. 4, Oct. 18, Nov. 1, 2019 14:00-
at the Temporary Exhibition Gallery

Admission  

Advance tickets (same price as the group tickets) available at the museum and the ticket agencies until the day before the opening.

Adults

1,000(800)yen

Students of Senior High School and University 
600(500)yen

Students of Elementary School and Junior High School
400(300)yen

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Information

Location

12-3, Matsuhaba, Motomiya, Morioka, Iwate 020-0866 Japan
Phone.+81-19-658-1711
Fax.+81-19-658-1712

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