JAPANESE

PROFILE OF ARTIST

Seihaku Akiba

(Calligrapher) Born in Tokyo in 1954, and studied the Therory of Edo Cultural History and Art at Seijo University. 
Based on his life-long studies and inert aesthetic sense of ancient and contemporary art, he expresses his art not solely on paper but also carved on wood. 
Akiba’s current work is based around the theme of Prayer.

Seihaku Akiba website / brog"okagesama"

Makoto Sasaki

(Wood Sculpter) Born in Tokyo in 1964, and at twenty began producing works based mainly on wood carvings.
With Japan’s climate and ethnic history as his base, he reproduces works in an image of religious artifacts.

Vol. 3  2012 AUTUMN EXHIBITION

Exhibition "Fragrance of the Moon"

Sept. 17 (Mon.)-Nov. 25 (Sun.), 2012

Seihaku Akiba (Calligrapher), Makoto Sasaki (Woodcarver)
PARK HOTEL TOKYO 25F ATRIUM THE LOUNGE / OPEN 11:30AM-10:00PM
Admission Free / Open every day
(*There maybe occasions due to events in The Loungewhen viewing is not possible)

Autumn is known as a good season for engaging in cultural activities.
Historically, people have expressed their gratitude to the gods especially in the fall through various events,
such as harvests and other festivals, and the hotel this time will hold an exhibition focused on ''prayer.''
The exhibition features calligraphies by Seihaku Akiba, wooden sculptures by Makoto Sasaki and also hand drawn Ukiyoe.

[Cooperation]: Hagurodo (www.hagurodo.jp *Japanese only) / [Produced by] Creativecreative unit moon(www.moooon.jp)
[Video Production]:antymark (http://antymark.com/ *Japanese only)
※During the duration of the event, works by Antymark,
a visual arts creative unit, related to the exhibition will be projected on a large screen in the atrium.
[Aroma]: ART AROMAREA (facebook "ART-Aromarea") aromatherapist Asato Koizumi


:Hand-painted Ukiyo-e 
Ukiyo-e, a renowned form of Japanese art, emerged after an era of unrest and conflict.
Compared with the printed versions, paintings which were hand drawn by artists are called ''Nikuhitsu Ukiyo-e'' (hand-painted Ukiyo-e). 
They also are historical materials which reflect the culture of different eras through depicted characters,
such as beautiful women or actors, and landscapes. Ink was used for painting black, while chalk and pigments were used for colors.

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Vol. 3

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EXHIBITION

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