Prof. Yoshioka Writes Introductory Essay for Exhibition at “art space co-jin”
Takizawa’s field of vision has been narrowed by the visual condition retinitis pigmentosa. When he retired, he began drawing detailed illustrations using only his left eye with narrowed vision.
More than twenty pencil drawings of temples, shrines and Buddhist statures are displayed at the gallery. Takizawa’s original works, references, art materials, and a video interview with the artist are available for viewing.
Osayuki Takizawa, Solo Exhibition “This Ray, Black”
Date: Until Sunday, December 23rd, 2018 10;00 – 18:00、Closed on Monday
Venue: art space co-jin
Free of charge
About art space co-jin
Kyoto Prefecture aims to build a society where people with and without disabilities can all live a fulfilling life in a safe environment.
In December 2015, the “Kyoto Disability Culture and Arts Promotional Organization” was launched to connect people via culture and arts. Art space co-jin opened in January 2016 as a base to promote this effort. (excerpted from the art space co-jin website)