Anno’s Journey exhibition at Japan House London, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Sohoko, 2019.
|:||Glazed exhibition cube with laser cut paper screen. Anno’s Journey exhibition at Japan House London, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Sohoko, 2019.|
|:||5017 x 3344 pixels|
|:||Anno’s Journey exhibition at Japan House London|
|:||Anno’s Journey exhibition at Japan House London, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Sohoko, 2019.|
|:||Culture And Entertainment|
|:||Sohoko were commissioned by Japan House London to design an exhibition exploring the works of Anno Mitsumasa, an artist best known in Japan for his intricate watercolour paintings and numerous children’s books published from the 1960s onwards. Inspired by the traditions of Europe and Japan, his varied works are characterised by a sense of curiosity, warmth and playful sense of humour. The display illustrates the story of Anno Mitsumasa’s life and creative journey and explores Anno’s remarkably varied work.|
|:||Anno’s Journey exhibition at Japan House London; architecture; culture; entertainment; Art Exhibition; Europe; United Kingdom; London; 2019; 21st Century; Sohoko; Nobody; Full Frame; general view; day; interior; Anno Mitsumasa; Japanese artist; Anno Mitsumasa’s life; children books; picture books; kirigami papercuts; national figure; national treasure; children's literature; drawings; exhibition design; exhibition lay out; display; laser cut; paper screen; entrance area; perforated; view through; fairy tale; traditional motif; scenic; plinth; suspended; cube; display cube|