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2011

Corn Exchange Gallery

Hayashi Takeshi: Haku-u

28 July – 22 September 2011

Hayashi Takeshi, Haku-u, 2010, white marble

Hayashi Takeshi is one of Japan’s most impressive and talented stone sculptors. His works, often large-scale pieces created by splitting and paring stone, invite the viewer into a realm of serene contemplation, sometimes through a resemblance to ancient ruins or perhaps by digging up intriguing fragments out of everyday memory. Takeshi was born in Gifu City in 1956 and studied sculpture at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music where he is currently Associate Professor.

 

Exhibition supported by the Daiwa Foundation and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

 

Additional Exhibition

Martin Finnin : The Forgotten Art of Floating

Until 22 September

 

Irish artist Martin Finnin’s paintings are abstract, expressive and a celebration of the sheer sensuality of colour.

 

Supported by Culture Ireland

 

Tues–Fri

11–4.30pm or by appointment

 

Corn Exchange Gallery

Constitution Street, Leith, EH6 7BS

0131 553 5050

www.cornexchangegallery.com

Events

22 – 24 July 2011
Corn Exchange Gallery and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop: Stone Carving Masterclass with Hayashi Takeshi

10am–4pm

£125 including materials and lunch. Booking Essential.

To book, dan@edinburghsculpture.org or 0131 551 4490


 

28 July 2011
Exhibition Preview: Haku-u

6–8.30pm