In time with the season of examinations and graduation, this exhibition showcases artworks with themes of graduation, departure, schools, and the bond between master and disciple. From the work representing Myanmar’s custom of displaying graduation photos in the family living room to another depicting a school where a Thai artist studied in Japan, let us look back at our precious memories by looking at works which draw near to the stages of our lives.
Chitr (Prakit) Buabusaya, Ueno Park, the Tokyo Academy of Fine Art, 1942
• 1/2 (Mon.) ~ 3/21 (Tue.,hol.)
• 9:30~18:00 (Fri., & Sat., ~20:00)
• ¥200, HS & college ¥150, free for under JHS
• Closed: Wed.
• Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
• 7F Riverain Center Building 3-1, Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka
Lampu Kansanoh, Cheering Thrown, 2008