Philippe Weisbecker Inside Japan - Carpentry Tools, Architectures, Daily Items -
Come and take a look at how Philippe Weisbecker is painting ordinary objects in everyday scenes with his extraordinary sensibility. This exhibition will feature works that he found and painted during his stay in Japan. with the motifs ranging from barrier signs placed on roads to stop cars, as well as trucks, buildings, Japanese-style tatami mat rooms, trash cans, and other every day and carpentry tools. You will also have a chance of seeing Mr. Wiesbecker himself giving a tour of his studio placed in Paris as well as borrowed from his studio his notebooks and favorite tools that he brought back from Japan. We hope that you will be able to discover various aspects of Japan with a new perspective, as depicted in Mr. Weisbecker's outlook. ※In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the exhibition period, opening hours, and event information may be subject to change.
|Duration||02-13-21 - 05-09-21 09:30 - 16:30|
|Budget||Adults¥500, Students(College/University, High School)¥300, Students(Elementary, Junior High School):Free, Seniors (65 and over)¥200（Including permanent exhibition fee）|
|How to apply||事前の申込不要|
Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum, Hall on the 1F
7-5-1 Kumochi-cho Chuo-ku Kobe
|Access||For details,visit the web page|