- Chikuunsai IV Tanabe
Chikuunsai IV Tanabe
ECHO of 2011: 5 Exhibitions
supported by LOEWE FOUNDATION
Nijo-jo Castle Ninomaru Palace Okiyodokoro Kitchen
[Open from 9/23 (Thursday/Public Holiday)]
9:30–17:00 | Closed: 9/18-22, 29, 10/6, 13
* Entrance to Nijo-jo Castle is open until 16:00
Students ¥1,000 (Please present your student ID)
* Nijo-jo Castle entry fee is not included. Must be paid in addition (￥620).
* [For visitors in wheelchairs] The staircase at the exhibition space entrance is dangerous to access in a wheelchair. From outside you can view parts of the interior room through the door. However, in the case of bad weather, it may not be possible to view.
Chikuunsai IV Tanabe, Connection- INFINITY, Art KYOTO 2020, Kyoto National Museum, Japan Photo by Tadayuki Minamoto
Chikuunsai IV Tanabe, STAND, ART FAIRTOKYO 2021, Tokyo International Forum, 2021 Photo by Tadayuki Minamoto
Chikuunsai IV Tanabe, Connection, The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, USA, 2019 Photo by Tadayuki Minamoto
Based on the idea that "tradition is a challenge," he continues to produce works with traditional objects such as flower basket and tea utensils while also creating installations using bamboo and contemporary objects. His installations in exhibition spaces throughout the world open up new possibilities for bamboo arts.
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- Nijo-jo Castle
- 541, Nijojo-cho, Nijo-dori Horikawa Nishi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
Subway Tozai Line “Nijojo-mae” station. 5 min on foot from Exit 1