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Tosio ARIMOTO Weaving stories

Sep 16, 2017-Dec 10, 2017

Tosio ARIMOTO(1946-1985), who passed away aged 38 just four year after winning the Yasui Prize, was inspired by images from the East and West and created scenes transcending time and space. His poetic tranquil world evokes stories in viewers’ mind.

This exhibition is an opportunity to show his work in the Kansai area after an interval of 10 years. About 50 works including paintings and sculptures are being exhibited to show the artist’s creative variety.

* Exhibits will be replaced to show more of his work during the exhibition


Sep 16, 2017-Dec 10, 2017
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
*last admission: 4:30 p.m.


Mondays(except Sep 18, Oct 9, Nov 20, Nov 27 and Dec 4), Sep 19 and Oct 10


Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art

900 yen(800 yen)
University or high school student
500 yen(400 yen)
Admission is free for junior high school students and younger children.
Admission is 300 yen upon presentation of a Disabled Person's Booklet (Shogaisha Techo).

Main Exhibits

“A Day of Flower Petals Falling” 1977 Ogawa Museum of Art
“Chamber Music” 1980 Ogawa Museum of Art
“Seven Notes” 1984 Ogawa Museum of Art
“Theater” 1981 Ogawa Museum of Art

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