Art for Thought is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition "Forms" by the father-daughter duo, Satoru Kitago and Ei Kitago, from February 25th to March 15th, 2016. This exhibition is a tribute to the fifth anniversary of Art for Thought and showcases the works of Satoru Kitago, a renowned terracotta sculptor and former vice president of Tokyo University of the Arts, and his daughter Ei Kitago, a talented ceramic artist. The exhibition explores the concept of "Forms" and how these two artists approach their respective mediums of sculpture and ceramics to create a harmonious experience.
ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
"Forms" is an exhibition that highlights the beauty of nature through the artwork of Satoru Kitago and Ei Kitago. The father-daughter duo collaborated for the first time to create a beautiful display of sculpture and ceramics that showcases their artistic synergy. Satoru Kitago's sculptures are a reflection of his lifelong fascination with the relationship between nature and humanity. His terracotta sculptures embody the essence of natural forms, and their delicate shapes capture the spirit of nature in motion. Ei Kitago's ceramics, on the other hand, are a beautiful fusion of traditional techniques and modern aesthetics. She uses handcrafted clay to create intricate patterns that capture the essence of natural beauty.
Through this exhibition, the Kitagos seek to create a unique space that brings people closer to nature. Their artwork reminds us of the beauty that surrounds us and how we can appreciate it through art. Visitors can also enjoy a delicious meal in the midst of these beautiful works of art, creating a memorable experience that touches both the senses and the soul. Join us for this beautiful celebration of art and nature from February 25th to March 15th, 2016, at Art for Thought.