[kakejiku art] Evolving into modern lifestyle
Kakejiku (Japanese hanging scroll) is an art that can be easily replaced according to various scenes, such as the beautiful four seasons of Japan, to transform the space completely. It is also an art made in a reasonable shape suitable for storage without taking up storage space.
Recently, kakejiku is gaining a reputation overseas as a structure that creates new art, not a general painting.
In this exhibition, artists and designers will select and display 34 hanging scrolls that have evolved to fit the modern living space. In a four-story showroom of Osaka MARUKINKAGU., we will display and sell coordination that combines hanging scrolls with modern furniture.
[GOLDBLU lamp]Amazing Japanese technology
YAHIRO ELECTRONICS from Higashiosaka City, which boasts a high level of technical expertise in special lighting production, has created the world's first gold leafed lighting created by a collaboration between designers and the thinnest Kanazawa gold leaf in the world.
Gold foil made as thin as 1 / 10000mm transmits light, and the light turns into a magnificent blue color.
Please enjoy the beautiful space that incorporates Japanese traditional culture along with the hanging scroll.
Date: 2020.03.12-2020.03.22 10:00-19:00
Reception talk show
Topic: kakejiku and interior ～how the hanging scroll evolves into modern lifestyle～
Lecturer: Satoru Shinno (architect), Sam Rin
Date: 2020.03.13 (Fri) 17:00-18:00
Venue: MARUKINKAGU. Osaka showroom 3F
Date: 2020.03.13 (Fri) 18:00-19:30
Venue: MARUKINKAGU. Osaka showroom 1F
Location: MARUKINKAGU. Osaka Showroom
(5-11-3, Nihonbashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, 556-0005)
Osaka Metro (Osaka Municipal Subway)
2-3 minutes on foot from Exit 1-B of Ebisucho Station on Sakaisuji Line
Author list of kakejiku artworks (in alphabetical order)
Dairoku Oka, Giacomo Valentini, Haruko Mitori, Hiroko Koshino,
Honda Riko, Kunio Sato, Masahiko Tsubota, Miyoko Kawamura,
Naoyuki Asai, Ryoto Akaike, Satoru Shinno, Shigeki Hattori,
Shoryu Hatoba, Tadahiro Sakamoto, Takahiro Shima,
Takako Imatani, Toshihiko Daimon, Toshinori Nishimura,
Yoji Yamamoto , Yoshiho Mawatari, Yoshinori Sengoku,
Yukichi Takada, Zenmaru Takahashi