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Why don't you write your letter to the winning TARO writer?

TARO OKAMOTO MUSEUM of ART Period: 2020.02.14-2020.04.12
Ends in 53 days

「Letter project」

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This is a related event of the 23rd Taro Okamoto Contemporary Art Award (TARO Award) held at the Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki City, from February 14 (Fri) to April 12 (Sun).

The "letter project" will be held during the exhibition. Would you like to write a letter to the 23rd TARO Award winning artist? A corner will be set up near the exhibition room exit. A reply may come from the writer !?

Letter project
[Date] February 14 (Fri)-April 12 (Sun) 9: 30-17: 00 (entrance until 16:30) (planned)
[Venue] Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki
[Closed days] Monday (except February 24), February 25 (Tuesday)
[Price] Free
[Inquiry] 044-900-9898 (Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki City)

    The Municipal Museum of Art opened in 1999, three years after the death of Taro Okamoto, a leading Japanese artist in the 20th century. 1779 works donated to Kawasaki City by Taro Okamoto are on display. Various events such as special exhibitions, permanent exhibitions, museum tours and workshops are also held.

    Speaking of the symbol tower of the Taro Okamoto Museum, "Mother's Tower" is 30 meters high. Based on a prototype created with the image of "the strength of a giant tree deeply rooted in the earth", "the gentleness of a plump and plump mother", and "the eternal life burning to the heavens", faithful to the intention of Taro Okamoto Reproduced and produced.

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