Bug Catching in Asian Art!

START: Jun 24, 2021 END: Sep 21, 2021

This exhibition compiles artworks from throughout Asia that feature insects. From cool insects to cute and even unpopular ones, such as flies and cockroaches, this show may change your attitude towards insects. But first, let’s explore some of the different insects you might encounter.

Left:Zong Xitao(China)/Insect Series No.5 (Mantis)[2005]
Right:Sumi Takamasa(Japan)/Armored Cross:Mantis[2002-3]

• 6/24 (Thu.) ~ 9/21 (Tue.)
• 9:30~18:00 (Fri. & Sat. ~20:00)/ *last entry: 30 min. before closing
• Closed: Wed.
• Adult: ¥200, college & HS: ¥150, free for under JHS
• Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
7F & 8F Riverain Center Bldg., 3-1 Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

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Manuel Ocampo(Phillipine)/Paradise Open to All(Paradiso Abierto a Todos)[1994]

Published: Jul 15, 2021 / Last Updated: Sep 14, 2021