A special exhibition taking place at the Ashiya City Museum of Art looks at the works of Keiji Uematsu (1947-), an artist who has showcased invisible forces like gravity and attraction in works across various mediums.
Around 70 works will be displayed at the event that focus on these invisible forces, including sculptures, photographs, and drawings. There will also be several special lectures throughout the event's duration by Uematsu himself, and further information about those can be found on the official museum website.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 700 yen.
The Ashiya City Museum of Art can be accessed by bus from the JR Ashiya Station in around 20 minutes. Hankyu bus numbers 31, 32, 35, 36, and 131 all stop past the museum. You can walk to the museum in around the same timeframe if you'd prefer.
For those who opt to drive, on-site parking is available. It's free for one hour, and then 100 yen for each 30 minute increment thereafter.
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