Yamashita Kiyoshi Exhibition
March 1 - April 16| ¥1000
Exhibition at the Okuda Genso-Sayume Art Museum in Miyoshi of works by the Japanese artist nicknamed “The Naked General” and also known as the Japanese Van Gogh.
Yamashita used the chigiri-e method of sticking torn pieces of colored paper together to depict the scenery he saw on his travels. One of the most famous examples of this is his representation of the Nagaoka fireworks display (shown above) which is included in this exhibition. Also are pictures from his travels in Europe.
- Adult ¥1000
- Pair ticket ¥1800
- High School & College ¥500
- Junior High and younger free
Image: Fireworks, NAGAOKA paper-mosaic picture by Yamashita Kiyoshi, 1950