From November 20th until December 25th, Tokyo's Terrada Art Complex is hosting an exhibition of works from Japanese artist Keita Morimoto. Born in Osaka in 1990, Morimoto moved to Ontario in Canada as a teenager, and later graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He has a specific interest in classical paintings, particularly the Baroque style, and many of his artworks reflect influences from these genres.
This exhibition of Morimoto's works centers around the theme "After Dark", and a number of his paintings including "Last Train" (2021), "Bathing Light" (2021), and "Night Walk" (2021) will be on display.
Admission to the event is free of charge.
The Terrada Art Complex is located around 8 minutes on foot from the Tennozu Isle Station's Exit B (Rinkai Line), or around 11 minutes on foot from Tennozu Isle Station's Central Exit (Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line).
For those who opt to drive, details on nearby parking lots can be found here.