Woodcut Movements in Asia 1930s-2010s

START: Nov 23, 2018 END: Jan 20, 2019

Approximately 400 woodcut works are on display in this first large-scale exhibition of the woodcut movements throughout Asia. The exhibition aims to show the development of woodcut art for each decade from the 1930s to 2010s. It also highlights the small but essential role of woodcutting in the social and historical context of China, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Korea, and Malaysia. There will be various events across the exhibition period including woodcutting workshops, talks, and lectures (some Korean, Malay, and English interpretation available) and gallery tours. Check the website for more details.

Photo: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

• 11/23 (Fri., hol.) ~ 1/20/2019 (Sun.)
• 10:00~20:00 (last entry 19:30)
• Closed: Wed, 12/26~1/1
• Adv.: adult ¥800, HS and college student ¥500, Door: adult ¥1,000, HS and college student ¥700
• Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
3-1 Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka

Published: Nov 30, 2018 / Last Updated: Nov 30, 2018

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