CELEBRATING COLORS !
Kito Kengo, ghost flowers
Venue [ Northwest Entrance 1st floor (The Triangle, ground level) ]
“ghost flowers,” an exhibition created by cutting-edge artist Kito Kengo, will be shown during the period leading up to the official Museum renewal opening on March 21 2020. Viewers will be able to enjoy dynamic fragments of color and light of randomly reflected images and a landscape that takes advantage of the architecturally impressive glass façade and numerous mirrors placed within the ground floor of The Triangle gallery.
- Dec. 21 (Sat), 2019 – May 31 (Sun), 2020
Every sunset to 10pm
- Northwest Entrance 1st floor (The Triangle, ground level)
Born in Nagoya in 1977 and currently resides in Gunma Prefecture. He completed postgraduate studies in oil painting at the Kyoto City University of Arts. He is currently professor at the Graduate School of the Kyoto University of Art and Design. He lived in Berlin in 2010 as a trainee under the Agency for Cultural Affairs overseas study program for upcoming artists. Major solo exhibitions include interstellar (Kyoto University of Art and Design Galerie Aube, 2016) and Kito Kengo: Multiple Star (Hara Museum Arc, 2017,) among others.