Pre-Opening Events CELEBRATING COLORS !

KYOCERA Square Winter Concert: Takagi Masakatsu, Marginalia

2019/12/21

會場 [ 京瓷廣場 ]

KYOCERA Square, the newly designed sloping open space in front of the Main Building entrance, allows concertgoers the added enjoyment of Okazaki area scenery such as the Heian Shrine’s large torii gate and the Museum façade. Experiencing the after-hours open-air concert by Takagi Masakatsu, visitors will quickly understand the special appeal of KYOCERA Square as more than just the Museum entrance.

About CELEBRATING COLORS!
The Celebrating Colors! pre-opening events featuring internationally active artists will be presented in advance of the March 21, 2020 official opening of Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art. These are intended to offer experiences to enjoy different types of art and color. We expect the events to build anticipation as people ‘find their own color’ and feel a part in the Museum renewal with an understanding of how the Museum will be when it reopens on March 21.

信息

展期
Dec. 21 (Sat), 2019
18:00/19:10
會場
京瓷廣場
入場費
Free entry

* Main Building Illumination is special version for Dec.21 only.
* The Marginalia performance is a 30 minute digest of the original version.
* In poor weather conditions, concerts will be held inside the museum.
For indoor performances, the duration is 45 minutes, and there will be no 19:10 performance.
* Please dress warmly for the outdoor performances.
CELEBRATING COLORS !
Dec.21, 2019

17:00-
Installation: Kito Kengo, ghost flowers

17:30- 
Opening Ceremony
Main Building Illumination by Takahashi Kyota

18:00/19:10
KYOCERA Square Winter Concert: Takagi Masakatsu, Marginalia

About the Artist

Takagi Masakatsu: Musician and Video Artist. Born in 1979 in Kyoto. Equally accomplished on piano, an instrument he has long been familiar with, and in the creation images as ‘moving paintings’ based on his world travels. In addition to film music for the films Wolf Children, The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, The Boy and the Beast, and Mirai, he also engages in a wide variety of activities, including composing music for commercials and writing. His most recent works are Marginalia, a collection of piano songs, and Kotoizu, an anthology of essays written over six years.
http://www.takagimasakatsu.com/

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