Kan Izue


'88 Sep.5-Oct.4

exhibition scene This exhibition makes extremely sparing use of conventional display materials such as models, photographs, drawings, and plans. The space itself has been created exclusively to convey the special quality that permeates Izue's architecture. A profound world unfolds in this simly lit, serene space. Surrounded by curving grey walls, the contrast of the shadows is further deepened by the penetration of light into the darkned space. The entrance to the garden is bloched by a door layered with punching metal in a metel frame, blocking out the external light and producing a mysterious effect which enhances the overall power of the display.
Photo by Osamu Murai
Lecture : Concrete, Semiabstract, Abstract
          Tokyo : Sep.6
          Hiroshima : Sep.13

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