Since the beginning, we humans have had the custom of saying or sharing something in order to mutually heal, energize, bolster or encourage one another. Faced as we are with an invisible enemy that is a virus, the time may have come for us to think hard about and choose what gives us the hope and joy we need to live. Against the backdrop of a scorched landscape in the aftermath of war, Tadanori Yokoo superimposed the silhouette of a diva to express the light of reconstruction. In this exhibition, this and other works totalling 40 by living artists are gathered together under the keyword of “hope.” Also on view are 10 works by Christo who passed away this May.
The Look of Hope－Selections from the Hara Museum Collection
Last updated: 3 August, 2020
|Date||11 July, 2020 - 3 November, 2020|
|Time||9:30~16:30 (Last admission 16:00)|
Hara Museum ARC
2855-1, Kanai, Shibukawa Shi, Gumma 377-0027
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