About the Exhibited Works

The following works will be installed for a limited duration.

1.From March 15th to April 24th, 2024

TANINAKA Yasunori (Streams and Rocks, Gallery 6)

– Picture of Boyhood 1: Festival
– Picture of Boyhood 2: Cherry Blossoms
– Picture of Boyhood 3: Show
– Picture of Boyhood 4: Field Day
– Picture of Boyhood 5: Park
– Picture of Boyhood 6: Play in the Water
– Picture of Boyhood 7: Bon Odori
– Picture of Boyhood 8: Korea
(1932, The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama)

LI Hua (Streams and Rocks, Gallery 6)

– Fear in Midnight (1947, The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama)

ZHENG Yefu (Symbol of Depression, Gallery 7)

– Series “Flood” 1: Deluge
– Series “Flood” 2: Evacuation
– Series “Flood” 3: To Shanghai
– Series “Flood” 4: Camping
– Series “Flood” 6: First Steps to Urban Life
– Series “Flood” 7: Joining a Union
– Series “Flood” 8: Work
– Series “Flood” 9: Fatigue
(1932, The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama)

TSUKUDA Hiroki (Dialogue with the Mirror, Gallery 1)

– On the Beach (2022, Private Collection)
– Equinox (2024, Collection of the Artist)

2. From April 26th to June 9th, 2024

TANINAKA Yasunori (Streams and Rocks, Gallery 6)

– Picture of Boyhood 1: Festival
– Picture of Boyhood 2: Cherry Blossoms
– Picture of Boyhood 3: Show
– Picture of Boyhood 4: Field Day
– Picture of Boyhood 5: Park
– Picture of Boyhood 6: Play in the Water
– Picture of Boyhood 7: Bon Odori
– Picture of Boyhood 8: Korea
(1932/ 1981 Reprinted)

ZHENG Yefu (Symbol of Depression, Gallery 7)

– Series “Flood” 10: Pressure
– Series “Flood” 11: Resistance
– Series “Flood” 12: Battle
– Series “Flood” 13: Being Arrested
– Series “Flood” 14: To Jail
– Series “Flood” 15: Petition
– Series “Flood” 16: Doing the Best
– Series “Flood” 17: Release
(1932, The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama)

TSUKUDA Hiroki (Dialogue with the Mirror, Gallery 1)

– Empty Glass (2022, Private Collection)
– The eye opening (2023, Private Collection)

About the Susan Cianciolo’s works

Some of Susan Cianciolo’s works are temporarily not on display. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Susan Cianciolo’s RUN CAFÉ, exhibited in the Grand Gallery of the Yokohama Museum of Art, is on display.