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Date : Oct. 30, 2021 - Jan. 30, 2022

The 120th Anniversary of Iri Maruki’s Birth: Iri Maruki Exhibition – Tracing the Course of Experiments

Peony, 1967, Collection of Ms. Hisako Maruki

This exhibition showcases the work of Iri Maruki. In addition to works on folding screens, it features ink paintings filled with an experimental spirit from the pre and post WWII periods, sketches of the human figures which became the core of the creation of “The Hiroshima Panels,” and unreleased works discovered through recent research, as well as collaborative works with Toshi Maruki. During this exhibition period, we will resume the permanent exhibition (scheduled for mid-November 2021 onwards) of the restored collaborative mural works, including The Rape of Nanking (1975), Auschwitz (1977), and Minamata (1980).

Supported by: The Pola Art Foundation; Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation Foundation for Regional Art-Activities

Grand Canyon (partial), 1989, Collection of Ms. Hisako Maruki
Shiranui-Kai (Shiranui Sea), 1980, Collection of the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels
Mt. Daisen, 1966, Collection of the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels
Kogen (Plateau), 1946, Collection of Ms. Hisako Maruki
Studies for the Hiroshima Panels, 1980, Collection of the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels

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