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2021.5

Special Exhibition Hiroshi Sugimoto: Every Day is a Stormy Day 

Contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto created fusuma sliding doors and kakejiku hanging scrolls at the main hall of Ryosoku-in temple.  

This project is created as part of the RYOSOKU activities at Ryosoku-in, which WATER AND ART is planning and collaborating on and has been making practical attempts to connect the activities of the temple to the next generation since 2018.    

 

For more information, please visit the following link https://www.ryosoku.com/hiroshisugimoto  

 

 

Exhibition: November 1 - 14, 2021 

Venue: Ryosoku-in

Organizer: RYOSOKU (Ryosoku-in)    

Cooperation: Odawara Art Foundation, Hiroshi Sugimoto Studio

Mounting (fusuma sliding doors and kakejiku hanging scrolls): Fujita Gasōdō

Karakami paper: Kamisoe  

Planning:WATER AND ART  

 

 

East side  

“Lightning Fields,” eight fusuma sliding doors, 2021  

Technique: Pigment print    

Material:  Japanese paper (Awagami inkjet paper), pigment ink  

Total external size: approx. H1.5–1.8 × W~ 7 m ​ ​ ​  

 

 

West side  

Material: Handmade torinoko paper, sumi mica on light gray

Total external size: approx. H1.5–1.8 × W~ 7 m  

 

 

Kakejiku hanging scrolls:

Every Day is a Stormy Day

Every Day is Excuse Day

External size: H181 × W58 cm

Material: Ink on Japanese paper  

©️Hiroshi Sugimoto/ Courtesy of RYOSOKU photo: Masatomo Moriyama

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