Kazuyuki Takezaki is a Kochi-born painter who lives and works in Kagawa Prefecture. A special exhibition taking place at the Kochi Museum of Art titled "Kazuyuki Takezaki: A Sunny Day After Rain" will display a range of his works. The event title specifically focuses on pieces inspired by Marugame City in Kagawa Prefecture, where he is now based.
Takezaki's works are unique in that they combine a mixture of 2D and 3D elements. Though he identifies as a painter, his art incorporates items like ropes and strings, giving the pieces a truly distinctive feel.
Admission to the event is 370 yen.
The Kochi Museum of Art is located approximately 20 minutes by taxi from JR Kochi station, served by the Dosan Line.
For those who plan to self-drive, the museum is 10 minutes from the Kochi Interchange on the Kochi Expressway. Free on site parking is available for over 140 vehicles.
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