Loading...

MAGCUL マグカル

MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
(別ウィンドウで開きます。)
神奈川県立近代美術館葉山館で、青い空と海を感じる
Art/Photo
2018.12.06

Feel the blue sky and sea at the Hayamakan Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

I have been to Hayama many times, but this time I had a wonderful encounter. This is Hayamakan, the Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa, which celebrated its 15th anniversary this year. What an open and wonderful space!
It is an art museum where you can experience art while feeling the blue sky and the blue sea.
Feel the blue sky and sea at the Hayamakan Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa
This time, the exhibition of Aalto, Finland, an architect who is 120 years old. I enjoyed his work in a space with a high ceiling and lots of sunlight.
A comfortable chair! I feel like sitting all the time.
While watching and feeling, I was able to feel the Nordic culture with my five senses.
Feel the blue sky and sea at the Hayamakan Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa
There are works by Isamu Noguchi at the entrance of the museum, and the open air is comfortable. You can truly refresh yourself while breathing in the fresh air. The weather was so nice that I enjoyed the vacation feeling while watching the sea.
Feel the blue sky and sea at the Hayamakan Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa
Looking at Aalto's picture, I saw a big hand that was very thick. I think I heard a good sound when I played the piano!!
The sound of a piano changes depending on the space in which it is placed. I think that buildings and spaces are important because the feelings of the performers and the sounds of musical instruments change depending on the structure.

The sea of Hayama was also shining.
4283" src="https://s3-ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/cubic-data2019/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/IMG_1845.png" alt="" width="480" height="640" />

■Click here for back issues of "To the place that moves Kumamoto's heart">>

① Feel "Shuji Terayama" at Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature