2007/3/21 (WED) - 5/6 (SUN)
9:30 - 17:00
*Open every day during project exhibitions except April 9th.
Kojin Kudo (1915- present) is a Japanese-style painter from Hirosaki City. Despite being over 90 years old, he energetically continues to paint.
After World War II, joining a stirring new movement of Japanese artists, Kudo aimed to create a new style of painting, and established a unique style which was designed to express the images held within his heart.
This exhibit displays Kudo’s works from the 1950s to the present day. Also on display are works by other painters who aimed to create their own new styles of expression
The exhibit includes not only the works that are in the Aomori Museum of Art’s own collection, but also masterpieces from several regions in Japan all gathered in the Museum.
Aomori Museum of Art
|Address||185 Chikano, Yasuta, Aomori,
Aomori, 038-0021, Japan
|Access||20 minutes by car from JR Aomori Station
Aomori Municipal bus. From bus stop 2 in front of Aomori Station, take the bus going in the direction of the Menkyo Center (the bus that goes to the Sannai Maruyama Historical Site). Get off at the Sannai Maruyama Historical Site stop (Sannai Maruyama Iseki Mae), approximately 30 minutes away.
20 minutes by car from the Aomori Airport.
5 minutes by car from the Tohoku Expressway Aomori Interchange