May 10, 2021（Mon）〜June 20, 2021（Sun）
The Journey to Nikawa ー Tracing the Cultural Origins
Nikawa glue is a traditional material used in Nihonga, modern Japanese-style painting. This glue, used to fix the pigments to the support, has inspired and encouraged the creation of a variety of styles. This exhibition, through a journey tracing the origins of nikawa production, with animal bones and skin as its base materials, provides a multifaceted examination of the use of animal-based materials, its social history, and the forms of expression that nikawa connects.
- May 10, 2021（Mon）-June 20, 2021（Sun）
- 10:00-18:00 （Closes at 17:00 on Saturdays and Special Opening Days）
Sundays ※June 13 and 20 will be Special Opening Days
Musashino Art University MAU M&L
Agri Uchida（Musashino Art University Emeritus Professor）