Exhibition: Enchanted Worlds

February 28, 2020

By thac

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Rare and extraordinary art from Japan’s Edo period on show at Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki presents an unprecedented exhibition of rare and extraordinary art from Japan’s Edo period (1603–1868), opening Saturday 7 March 2020. Enchanted Worlds: Hokusai, Hiroshige and the Art of Edo Japan includes more than 70 paintings sourced from private art collections. Including delicate silk paintings, precious scrolls, folding screens and vibrant woodblock prints, this exhibition explores the wonder, mystery and enduring popularity of art from this period. Ticket and more details. Press Release (English)


オークランドアートギャラリー 江戸期日本の稀有で 並外れた芸術の展示会

オークランドアートギャラリー トイ オ タマキは、2020年3月7日土曜日より、日本の江戸 時代(1603年~1868年)の稀有で並外れた芸術作品をご紹介する前例のない展示会を開催しま す。 魅惑の世界:北斎、広重と日本江戸の芸術は、個人のアート収集品から70以上の絵画を展示いた します。繊細な絹絵、貴重な絵巻物、屏風、鮮やかな木版画を含むこの展示会は、驚異と神秘、 根強い人気を持つこの時代の芸術を探求します。 チケット及び詳細(英語) プレスリリース(日本語)

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  1. Kumi

    The exhibition is unique and authentic. Highly recommended. There are a number of interesting workshops to attend.
    I can’t wait to visit.

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