Kashima-arts Mail News vol.54 2018/10

【Latest News from Kashima Arts】 Topic of the month: Japanese art sales exhibition BISAI starting soon!

Japanese art sales exhibition "BISAI" starting on Saturday, 20 October

Our Japanese art sales exhibition "BISAI" will start on 20 October.
Approximately 380 works by masters such as Ito Jakuchu, Maruyama Okyo, Yokoyama Taikan, Foujita Tsuguharu, Saigo Nanshu...and more, will be featured in the special catalog.

- Exhibition Highlights -
1. See the masterpieces without glass casing in our gallery
2. Two beautiful catalogs will feature all the exhibitited works
3. This season features wide selection of modern paintings by Kano Hogai, Yokoyama Taikan, Matsuda Shohei, Kazuki Yasuo and Camoy Rey and more artists!

<exhibition information>
Dates: Saturday, 20 October - Sunday, 4 November, 2018
Hours:10:00 - 18:00 *Open everyday
Venue: Kashima Arts
3-3-2 Kyobashi Chuo-ku, Tokyo
URL: https://www.kashima-arts.co.jp

Check out special website from here

From 2019, BISAI will become "BISAI・SEN"
The new BISAI・SEN will focus on the highest quality works of Japanese art that Kashima Arts specially selects. The special catalog will be more luxurious that you can enjoy as an art book.

Consign your collection at Japanese Art Auction - MEGURU-

Our new Japanese art auction allows you to consign your art collection and hand them over to other collectors who admires them as much as you do.

If you have Japanese art works that you would like to consign, please contact us!
We will help you throughout the auction process.

We accept consignment request throughout the year. Please contact us for consultation, then we will support you from appraisal to selling. If you wish to put out the artwork for our January auction, please contact us as soon as possible. The deadline for artwork arrival in our gallery is 31 October, 2018.

A Work of the Month

Yosa Buson
Poem with a Scarecrow

Ink on paper, with a certificate of authenticity by Matsumura Goshun
98×27㎝ / 182×30㎝
Click to view the enlarged image

The poem reflects the story by Onono Komachi. The scarecrow drawn in bold brushworks seems as if it predicts the storm. The simple composition stimulates our imagination and invokes the lively scenery. This piece certainly shows the aethetics of Haiga.


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