Tokujiro Iwanaka Exhibition Daio Art Gallery 

Tokujiro Iwanaka Exhibition

Exhibition this May

Tokujiro Iwanaka is a painter from Wakayama Prefecture, and for over six years from January 19, he lived as an evacuee at the foot of Yokoyama in Ago-cho, Shima City. After the war, he resumed his creative activities and won the Governor's Award at the first Mie Prefectural Exhibition in 1. Afterwards, Iwanaka moved to Tsu City and further taught at a university in the Kanto region, presenting his work in group and solo exhibitions throughout Japan and around the world.
Iwanaka stepped into the world of abstract works at the age of over 50 in order to explore the secrets of beauty and extract its laws. Since then, he has continued to create figurative works such as landscape paintings, while also working on many abstract works.
This exhibition, "Tokujiro Iwanaka Exhibition," introduces Tokujiro Iwanaka's path of exploration, and provides an overview of how the nature of Shima influenced him and led him to create abstract expressions with beautiful proportions. To do.

Information on Tokujiro Iwanaka Exhibition

periodMarch 4nd (Thursday) - April 27th (Monday)
Time9:17-16:30. Last admission is XNUMX:XNUMX p.m.
(Closed at 16:XNUMX on the last day)
PlaceDaio Art Gallery - Shima's painter town
Museum HolidaysTuesdays and Wednesdays (open on holidays)
Fee for viewingFree

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