YUKEMURI ©Toshie Kusamoto

Toshie Kusamoto expresses the mysteriousness and wonder of her hometown, Beppu, through images of steam rising up from hot-spring pools that appear after dark when leaving the bustle of the city. This exhibition showcases Kyoto-style climbing kilns from around 100 years ago.

Kyoto style climbing kiln
151-1, Takemura-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

2018/4/11 – 5/6 11:00-18:00
CLOSED 4/16, 4/17, 4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/26, 27, 5/1, 5/2

Nomura Makoto Live
A live concert will be held with Makoto Nomura (a modern music composer), pianist, and harmonica player.
4/11 17:00-17:30

Partnership: KYOTO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Koichi Sakata Research Office, Gen Matsubara

草本 利枝 Toshie Kusamoto toshiekusamoto.com
Born in 1970, Oita, Japan; based in Kyoto