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The 27th Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Museum of Art Grand Prix

Chikako Ikeguchi: Quiet Cry

Chikako Ikeguchi, born in 1943, was studied at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Her first solo exhibition was hold when she was at postgraduate school. Thereafter, she invited many exhibitions and participates in group exhibitions, for example Ryuki Exhibition, Yasui Award Exhibition, and Eyes East and West Exhibition. In 1993, she was awarded Ringa Art Award, and in 2002, receives Kawakita Rinmei Award at Eyes East and West Exhibition. She mainly paints still lives which represent flowers, beside she established her own world by vast and huge sights that spread out on the North America, which she took after 1980’s, and solitary town scenes of foreign countries. In recent years, she has got down to works that portray urban women, for example the winner painting, A Burgundy Sweater.
In this exhibition, we will show 74 works, including works from her school days and very recent paintings.

Exhibition Details

Period
From November 3 (Thur.) to December 11 (Sun.), 2005.
Closed Mondays
Location
Seiji Togo Memorial SOMPO JAPAN Museum of Art
1-26-1, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8338
SOMPO JAPAN Bldg.42nd Floor
Open Hours
10:00-18:00 (Admittance by 17:30)
Admission
Adults:500 Yen (400Yen)
University & High School Students:300Yen (200Yen)
( ) indicates discount rates for groups of 20 and more

Collections

20050829_01 A Burgundy Sweater
A Red Assembly Hall
Switchyard on the River Bank
Black Dress
Wheat Pool, II
Flowers with Amaryllis