Current Collection Exhibition

The Collection of Shuzo Takiguchi
Portrait of Shuzo Takiguchi Part 1 Yutaka Matsuzawa・Kano Mitsuo・Sawako Goda

April 29 - July 13, 2021

The 1968 August edition of the "Cahier des livres" magazine issued by Shoshin Sha featured Shuzo Takiguchi, and collected writings on Takiguchi from poets and artists closely acquainted with Takiguchi.
Takiguchi himself also reflected on his life and wrote his "Self-written Chronicles". Also, 10 artists' works with Shuzo Takiguchi as the theme appear at the beginning of the magazine. This exhibition "Portrait of Shuzo Takiguchi" focuses on those 10 artists (Sawako Goda, Kazuo Okazaki, Yutaka Matsuzawa, Tatsuo Ikeda, Genpei Akasegawa, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Nonaka Yuri, Shusaku Arakawa, Kano Mitsuo, Hiroshi Fujimatsu), showcasing each "Portrait" along with old collections of Takiguchi to explore their relationships. As Part 1, this exhibition will focus on the 3 artists Yutaka Matsuzawa, Kano Mitsuo, and Sawako Goda.


Period April 29 [Thu.] - July 13 [Tue.], 2021
Opening Hours 9:30 AM-6:00 PM [Last admission is 5:30 PM]
Closed Wednesdays [Except national holidays]
Admission Adults 300yen [*240yen]
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Venue 3F exhibition room 6
Organized by Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design