Shoki of Isami Exhibition: 27 original painting from worldwide artists and tattoo artists.
Kawanabe Kyosai is an artist that was active in Tokyo during the last of Edo and first half of Meiji periods. His pieces that were created with his unique sensibilities and style of depiction are still very relevant and popular in today’s world.
Contemporary Japanese artists of today, together with international guests, will be showing their own unique depictions of “Shōki”, the demon queller: one of the motifs that were dear to Kyosai himself.
The exhibition opened yesterday May 1st and will be open until May 25th, then will be open again form June 1st to 25th, 2019 – at the Kawanabe Kyosai Memorial Museum. It is closed every Thursday (see the website for the details).
Artists: Gifu Horihide, Horiyoshi 3rd, Mick Tattoo, Filip Leu, Luke Atkinson, Lucky Busterd, Mike Dorsey, Paul Stillen, Crossedstickeles, Horikich, Horitaka, Shige, Makoto, Gaseen, Rico Daruma & Shion, Horikashi,Tomo, Nobu, Horimasa, Horitamotsu, Horiyen, Horishin, Horiken, Toshikazu, Jiro Nakano, Horishige.