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Image: Lake Superior, Cascade River, 1995 ©️Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy of Odawara Art Foundation 

November 4, 5, 9, and 13, 2021   Hiroshi Sugimoto Poster Exhibition

Editions of Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographic series Seascape and Theater will be exhibited and sold for a limited time.  

Date and time:  November 4, 5, 9, and 13  1pm–4pm  *We will take reservations from 9am on October 26.

Place: SEI (Sakyo-ku, Kyoto)

*You will be provided an address once your reservation is confirmed.

Capacity: 4 people (per hour)

Facility admission fee: 1,500 yen (general); youth under 16 years old 1,000 yen


*SEI is a residential and membership-only salon; non-TOMORROW members are required to pay the facility tour fee. 

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Image: Boden Sea, Uttwil, 1993©️Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy of Odawara Art Foundation 






日 時:11月4日、5日、9日、13日 13:00 - 16:00 

場 所:丗|SEI(京都市左京区)


定 員:2人(30分ごと)




©️Hiroshi Sugimoto/ Courtesy of RYOSOKU photo: Masatomo Moriyama

November 1 - 14, 2021  
Special Exhibition Hiroshi Sugimoto: Every Day Is a Stormy Day  

This exhibition planned and organized by WATER AND ART, and will be held at Ryosoku-in.  


Period:      November 1 – 14, 2021, 10 am–3 pm  (Last admission: 2:30 pm)

*Closed on November 3, 9, and 11.

Venue:    Ryosoku-in    

Capacity:   8 people (every 30 minutes)    

*Advanced reservations required (reservations will be accepted beginning in September)  

Admission: 2,000 yen   



April 29–July 4, 2021
National Crafts Museum  
“Modern Crafts and Tea Utensils: Furnishings in Each Season”

WATER AND ART collaborated on the planning of the exhibition Modern Crafts and Tea Utensils: Furnishings in Each Season—The Third of the National Crafts Museum’s Grand Opening Exhibitions held at the National Museum of Arts and Crafts in Kanazawa. 



The publication of the book, SEI / Tokuda House —Kyoto, Joy of Life 

SEI / Tokuda House is the manifestation of many artisans’ work on a 100-year-old machiya in Kyoto. Architect Ryue Nishizawa restored the house with artisans selected by Kayo Tokuda.  A house, a treasure, that is what Tokuda longed and aimed for.  

The book contains newly written essays and photographs and drawings of processes and details. It introduces SEI-kitchen, an activity to comprehensively think about environment, food, and art, Graveyard Concept, an unpublished work by Nishizawa, and TOMORROW FIELD, a future project where artists of various genres collaborate.  

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