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AMANO Yoshiataka "AURUM"
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Published: September 01 2015

"Wind and Thunder Gods 2 (a part of two pieces / left)" 2015, Acrylic, Foil, Panel, each work 37.5x50cm

MizumaArt Gallery is having the AMANO Yoshitaka’s exhibition “AURUM” from 2
September, 2015. Following “TOKYO SYNC” in 2013, this is the artist’s
second solo show at Mizuma Art Gallery.

The exhibition title, “AURUM”, is the Latin term for “gold”, and originally
refers to the brilliant shine of things, or morning twilight.

On display at this exhibition are various types of works ranging from
painting to earthenware, flavored with a number of specifically Japanese
elements. Enjoy the Wind and Thunder Gods, Night Parade of One Hundred
Demons, a vase that looks like the moon, a treasure box containing a
secret, and other works that all contain their own peculiar glimmer.

Supported by: Yoshitaka Amano Office


Information Provided by: Mizuma Art Gallery

Period: September 2,2015 (Wed) 〜 October 3,2015 (Sat)
Hours: 11:00-19:00
Closed: Sunday, Monday, and national holidays
Venue: Mizuma Art Gallery

Last Updated on September 02 2015

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