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Exhibition

Art in Black

Gates Art Competition Grand Prix Winning Artist Exhibition - Ami Hagiwara -

Gates The Virtual Art City presents a solo exhibition by Ami Hagiwara, winner of the Grand Prix of the Gates Art Competition (Human Category). Ami Hagiwara says that she has been interested in film since childhood. Since she began working primarily on films within paintings, she has tried to determine her images' background and other details. This solo exhibition features 25 works, including the award-winning "Hair Cutting" and other new works. We hope you will enjoy the realistic storytelling that you can feel from her work in the world of VR.

Art in White

Gates Art Competition Grand Prix Winning Artists Exhibition - Kingyo Nishimura -

Gates The Virtual Art City presents a solo exhibition by Kingyo Nishimura, winner of the Grand Prix of the Gates Art Competition (Cat Category). Kingyo Nishimura is a Japanese painter who mainly works in ink painting without mineral pigments and watercolors. This solo exhibition features 30 works ranging from landscapes depicting things to cute depictions of cats and rats. We hope you will enjoy these richly expressive works in the VR world.

Art in En

Katsushika Hokusai, Exhibition of Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji(Fugaku sanjūrokkei)– A Genius Painter Who Captivated the World –

Katsushika Hokusai is known worldwide as the most famous Ukiyo-e artist, and has left about 30,000 works throughout his 90-year life. His representative series of Ukiyo-e landscape paintings, "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji(Fugaku sanjūrokkei)" is a Nishiki-e (multicolor woodblock print) that depicts Mt. Fuji from all angles with various expressions. Hokusai is so famous that mentioned synonymous with ukiyo-e, and he created The Great Wave "Kanagawa Okinamiura" and Red Fuji " Gaifū kaisei ", which have permeated as Japanese icons all over the world.
In this exhibition, we will introduce 30 items from the "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei)" series. Please enjoy Hokusai's masterpieces that still fascinate many people.

Art in Sky I

-Commemorative Publication- Exhibition of The Picture Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present

In commemoration of the publication of "The Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present," we will hold an exhibition "The Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present" at Art in the Sky I and Art in the Sky II in the Gates Museum. With the new coronavirus infection spread, people are now hesitant to visit crowded places, including museums. Nevertheless, to keep the light of art alive, we will make the best use of the new technology of the new era and simultaneously exhibit the historical masterpieces of Japan from the Muromachi period (1336-1573) to the Showa period (1926-1989), which are included in the "Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present," and the works of notable artists of today. Please enjoy an outdoor exhibition of paintings, which is impossible to achieve in an actual exhibition.

Art in Sky II

-Commemorative Publication- Exhibition of The Picture Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present

In commemoration of the publication of "The Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present," we will hold an exhibition "The Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present" at Art in the Sky I and Art in the Sky II in the Gates Museum. With the new coronavirus infection spread, people are now hesitant to visit crowded places, including museums. Nevertheless, to keep the light of art alive, we will make the best use of the new technology of the new era and simultaneously exhibit the historical masterpieces of Japan from the Muromachi period (1336-1573) to the Showa period (1926-1989), which are included in the "Illustrated Book of Japanese Paintings from the Past and Present," and the works of notable artists of today. Please enjoy an outdoor exhibition of paintings, which is impossible to achieve in an actual exhibition.