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MARUKI Iri and Toshi, Hiroshima Panels 1 Ghost, 1950, Panels 1 to
4 will be displayed in two sessions, Maruki Gallery For The Hiroshima Panels

MARUKI Iri and Toshi, Hiroshima Panels 1 Ghost, 1950,
© Maruki Gallery For The Hiroshima Panels

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The exhibition catalog "WAR/ART 1940-1950 Sequences and Transformations of Modernism" is available at the museum shop in HAYAMA and KAMAKURA.




WAR/ART 1940-1950
Sequences and Transformations of Modernism

July 6 – October 14, 2013



Japan in the 1940s was a trying decade for the artists due to the war, but it was also a period hidden with rich potentials of the maturity and diversion of modernism. From Spirit of Japan (Mt.Fuji) painted by YOKOYAMA Taikan in 1940 to The Hiroshima Panels by MARUKI Iri and Toshi (of which Panels 1 to 4 will be displayed in two sessions), works by artists who were active before and after the war such as ASAI Kan’emon, FUJITA Tsuguharu, MATSUMOTO Shunsuke, YAMAGUCHI Hoshun, DOMON Ken, and YAMASHITA Kikuji will be shown together with plenty of reference materials. The history of Japanese art which has hitherto been divided into prewar, wartime, and postwar art will be re-examined in the context of “art of the 1940s".


[Curator's Talk]
Exhibition curator will talk about this exhibition in the gallery.

Sunday, August 11
Sunday, September 8
14:00-14:30
No bookings needed, free with exhibition ticket.



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  • Free admission day: Octover 11 (Opening memorial day)


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