[Ginza Wako] “Matsudaken’s World Exhibition” will be held from Thursday, April 25th

This is illustrator Ken Matsuda's first solo exhibition in Wako.

In Ginza/Wako, from April 25th (Thursday) to May 6th (Monday), a pen and watercolor exhibition will be held at Seiko House Ginza Hall (formerly Wako Hall) with the main theme of "Coexistence of Animals and Plants." We will be holding the "Ken Matsuda World Exhibition" by illustrator Ken Matsuda, who uses illustrators to create colorful works.

“It's been six years since I've held exhibitions.As I continued to create a series of works with the main theme of “symbiosis'' between animals and plants, I realized that I was particular about the arrangement of colors and shapes, and that I started to realize that this is my fascination.This exhibition is the culmination of works that express the vitality of living things using my own inspiration and the logic of color and form,'' says Ken Matsuda.

More than 60 large and small pieces full of dynamism will be on display, with plants fused with animals and insects, interspersed with various elements of the land, sea, sky, and the four seasons.

We are planning a gallery talk by Ken Mazda.
Date and time: April 27th (Sat), 29th (Mon), May 4th (Sat), 6th (Mon)
All from 14:00
◎Entry may be restricted when the venue is crowded.

“White Dragon” 100×72.7cm (P40)

[Mazdaken Profile]
Born in 1990 in Yonago City, Tottori Prefecture. Graduated from the Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Shimane University. Self-taught, he uses pen and watercolor to create works with the main motif of coexistence between animals and plants.
After retiring from the city hall, he moved his base to the Kanto region in April 2019 and began full-scale production activities.

"Mazda Ken's World Exhibition"
April 25th (Thursday) – May 6th (Monday)

Venue: Seiko House Ginza Hall (6th floor, Seiko House Ginza, 4-5-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
Contact: (03)3562-2111 (main)
Business hours: 11:00-19:00 (until 17:00 on the last day)
Closed: No holidays Admission fee: Free

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◎Wako Hall has been renamed to "Seiko House Ginza Hall."
We will communicate a variety of things to the world, including exhibitions related to Seiko Group business in general and co-creation with artists.
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