Akira Muramatsu

村松 朗



Trees and trees, the intertwined figure is unique. In the deep stillness that seems to have stopped time, they have been intertwined and surviving over a long period of time. From there, not only the powerful vitality but also the unique individuality of each is transmitted. It reminds us that it is an existence that never fits into one mold, just like humans. He expressed the appearance of such a unique forest. ※ “in-shin-sei-yuu” is a four-letter idiom that means “the trees are densely overgrown, dimly lit, and terribly quiet.”


12:00 - 19:00

Open: 5/2-5/14 12:00-19:00 (Sat, Sun, National holidays: 11:00-19:00)
(Until 18:00 on the last day)
Open everyday

last day:11:00-18:00


7-1 Higashikujo Kitamatsunoki-cho, Minami-Ku, Kyoto

Other Exhibitions

Other Exhibitions

OFF SHOT X YUGEISYA | Off Shot Japan Collectionneurs

Yi-Yun CHANG、Li-Ying CHIU、Tsu-Han HWANG、Yu-Hsuan CHIU | 30-40-50:The Changes of 4 Female Artists

RASIKI | Red Lips

Kyoto Photographers Society: KAWANISHI Yoshiki, KUSAKI Masaru, HIRAI Tuyoshi, MIN WOONG GI, PARK SOON GOOK and others | 鴨川物語/新川物語