18 November - 25 March 2018
The nihonga (Japanese-style painting) artist HORI Fumiko (b.1918) continues to depict the beauty of nature and life. Traveling around Japan and overseas, what made an impression on her on such journeys were expressed in the form of works and essays. The world of Hori is introduced through representative works, drawings, and writings in an attempt to explore her art and human image.
Frost, 1982, Color on paper, Museum collection
[Gallery 3b: From Museum Collection]
Winter Jouney, Voices of Spring
Held in conjunction with the exhibition of HORI Fumiko, works from the museum collection conveying signs of life in nature and what the artists surrounded by such views or traveling in such views were focusing on. Enjoy a little trip in the gallery ranging from paintings, prints, and sculptures to contemporary art together with the peaceful air in Hayama heading from winter towards spring.