Calligraphy Exhibition at the Japan Information Center

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Sep 201128 Oct 201114

Japan Information Center
737 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, Illinois, 60611
United States

Through Friday, October 14, the Japan Information Center's main hall will be transformed into an art gallery for the exhibitbetween a word & a brush stroke, which brings together artists Lidia Rozmus and Masanobu Hoshikawa. 

The exhibition showcases several genres of Japanese ink artwork: calligraphy, sumi-e (black-ink painting) and haigaHaiga is a combination of sumi-e and haiku poetry which captures the images or inspirations from the short verse into a simple picture. 

Ms. Rozmus and Mr. Hoshikawa, originally from Poland and Japan respectively, have exhibited their works around the world. We are happy to present these Japanese art forms and share their sense of beauty with you. 

This is only a two-week engagement, so make time on your schedules today to come see the work of two dedicated practitioners of Japanese art.

Weekdays through Friday, October 14, 9:15 AM - 5:00 PM

Japan Information Center
737 N Michigan Ave. #1000
Chicago, IL 60611
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