Ishikawa

Qiu Zhijie Living Writing

Through writing, primarily using the Chinese traditional calligraphy he learned as a child, QIU Zhijie has continually inquired into universal, primordial human existence. Fujian Province, where he was born, was once a vital center for seaborne trade, rich in cultural exchange born from commerce and immigration. Qiu’s works with their dynamic, free perspective are deeply influenced by the culture of his home region. This exhibition examines the art and expressive power of Qiu Zhijie, who sees the world comprehensively and merges his own existence with representation of the relationships between people and things.

Summary

  • Period

    2018.09.082019.03.03
  • Venue

  • Admission

    Adults 1,000yen (800yen)
    University 800yen (600yen)
    Elem/ JH/ HS 400yen (300yen)
    65 and over 800yen

    ※( ) indicate advance ticket and group rates (20 or more).

    For more details, visit the official site.

  • Closed days

    Mondays (Open on Sep 17, Sep 24, Oct 8, Oct 29, Dec 24, Jan 14, Feb 11 ), and Sep 18 (Tue.), Sep 25 (Tue.), Oct 9 (Tue.), Dec 25(Tue.), Dec 29 (Sat.)~Jan 1 (Tue.), Jan 15 (Tue.), Feb 12 (Tue)

  • Opening hours

    10:00〜18:00 ※Last entry 30 minutes before closing time ※Open until 20:00 every Friday and Saturday
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