Fukuoka Asian Art Museum HOME Japanese
About FAAM Collection FAAM News Access Publications and Museum Shop
Exhibitions Events Residence Program
Links Contact us Site map
Exhibitions
Exhibition update
Exhibition schedule
Exhibition update
Collecting India: Fascination with Indian Visual Culture in Contemporary Japan
■Period:21 January, 2012 - 11 March, 2012
■Venue:Exhibition Gallery (7F)
Hatanaka Kokyo "Salt Procession" (detail) 2007
Koiso Collection "Statues of Ganesh"
Japanese creatives have flocked to India during the postmodern era, traveling and living there and drawing on its aesthetic in their work. In this exhibition, we look at work by artists, graphic designers and photographers whose work makes a visual nod to India, displaying their work alongside Indian mementos brought home. Also on display are folk paintings,textiles,toys and printed materials acquired by Japanese researchers and embassy officials who visited in India from the 1960s to the 1980s. The exhibition serves as a rich journey into the way the Indian aesthetic has influenced visual expression in Japan.


【INFORMATION】
■Exhibition Period and Open Hours
21 January - 11 March, 2012
Open: 10:00-20:00
Closed on: Every Wednesdays
■Admission Fee
JPY800(Adult), JPY500(College and High School student)
Free(Under Junior High school)
■Exhibis
Paintings, Photographs, Graphic designs,
and related materials(1000 pieces, approx)
■Organizer
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, The Nishinippon Shimbun,
Television Nishinippon Corporation
■Supported by
Embassy of India, The Japan-India Association
■Assisted by
Japan Art Council
Related Events
Event 1
Film(DVD) Screening
“Bollywod Comes to AJIBI!- Chandni Chowk to China”

Date: 4 March(Sun), 2012, 13:30-16:05
Venue: Ajibi Hall(8F) at FAAM
Admission: Free
Capacity: 100 seats

Event 2 -Final Event-
"Indian Warli Painting Workshop"

Date: 11 March(Sun), 2012, 13:00-16:00
Venue: Museum Lobby and FAAM Scripture Lounge(7F)
Content:
Part 1-Talk about Warli painting in India-
Presented by Hasegawa Tokio, the director of Mithila Museum
Part 2- Warli painting workshop by Warli painters from India.
Participation fee: free
Capacity: 30 people
「・Back to the top of the page
All Rights Reserved, Copyright(c) FUKUOKA ASIAN ART MUSEUM