Fukami, a dive into Japanese aesthetics


The Fukami exhibition offers an immersion in Japanese aesthetics by sweeping 3000 years of creation. In these depths, the works are balanced by a coexistence of opposites: from the ephemeral against eternity to tradition against modernity through form against chaos, Japanese art is fundamentally moody.

Brouillant les pistes et les limites, les artistes en ament mais surtout, s’en inspirent. Among the 100 works exhibited, Anrealage’s Roll dress sculpture presented as a diptych of an antique Jomon ceramic, which is none other than his source of inspiration.

From July 14 to August 18
Hotel Salomon de Rothschild
11, Rue Berryer, 75008 Paris





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