Wood Sculptor Long awaited Solo exhibition.
Having earned his Ph.D at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, School of Fine Arts, Graduate School of Conservation Science (Sculpture) and now working as a lecturer there, Yoshiki Masuda has deep understanding and knowledge of classical sculpture techniques. His work with art conservation and preservation projects such as the World Heritage site Kofukuji Shrine, has polished his skills to a high level. His knowledge and insight give greater power to his artistic expressions making him an ideal representative of Japan’s young sculptors today. At the heart of his work is the intention to create art works that live and spread joy within the spaces that they occupy. As one looks upon the artworks, one cannot help but feel that each piece will take to wing or swim away at any moment.

14/11/2014(fri) -  26/11/2014(wed)

Open: 11:00am – 7:00pm
*Sat, Sun,  Holidays, last day 11:00am – 5:00pm