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Kimono Transformation: Art of Itchiku Kubota to be Exhibited in Manege
30.12.2013 18:44
Kimono Transformation: Art of Itchiku Kubota to be Exhibited in Manege
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The spectacular exhibition will present 80 unique kimonos, including 36 works from the Symphony of Light series.

      The exhibition Kimono Transformation: Art of Itchiku Kubota will be held in the Manege exhibition centre from January 2 to January 23, 2014.

      Arranged in one row, these kimonos create a uniform landscape and convey amazing beauty of Japanese landscapes. Itchiku Kubota (1917-2003) was an illustrious textile artist of the 20th century, who gained fame thanks to his reviving of the ancient traditions of textile art and his deep devotion to art.

      The exhibition has already taken place in the USA, France, Canada, Kazakhstan, and now it is coming to Moscow.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Manege Japan Painting Kimono  

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