Sat, May 13, 2017 12:00 - 15:00
Takashi Murakami and exhibiting artist Yoshitomo Nara will hold a special talk on the topics of ceramics, sculpture, and art in relation to the Towada Art Center’s current exhibition, Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics.
Renowned artist, major collector, curator, and gallerist Takashi Murakami has taken an interest in contemporary ceramics in recent years and will sit down with prolific contemporary artist Yoshitomo Nara, who continues to delight audiences both in Japan and abroad with his wide range of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and other artworks.
The Towada Art Center invites you to come listen to the story behind Nara’s ceramic works and Murakami’s reconsideration of the history of ceramics, the value of art, and the current state of aesthetics.
1F Hall, Towada Bunka Center
Free *Reservations take priority. Spots also available on the day on a first-come basis.
Takashi Murakami (Chief Curator/Artist)
Yoshitomo Nara (Exhibiting Artist)
Please make reservations via phone, fax, or e-mail.
TEL: +81 (0) 176-20-1127
FAX: +81 (0) 176-20-1138
Please include the event name in the e-mail subject line and your name, phone number, and number of participants in the body. Reservation complete upon reply from the museum.
*Dates, times, and venues may be subject to change.
Sat, Mar 11, 2017 - Sun, May 28
Renowned artist and art collector, curator, and gallerist Murakami Takashi is a man of many faces. “Murakami Takashi’s Superflat Consideration on Contemporary Ceramics” showcased over 1,800 works by 28 artists, all collected by Murakami himself. From the chanoyu tea ceremony of Rikyu to the more recent mingei folk a...