Exhibition – By Nizo Yamamoto
October 6 @ 5:00 pm - November 17 @ 10:00 pm| Free
Description – EXHIBITION The Japan Foundation, New Delhi is pleased to hold the “Nizo Yamamoto Exhibition – The World of Japanese Animation”.
Nizo Yamamoto was born in 1953 in Nagasaki, Japan Having had been good at drawing since his childhood, he studied architecture and also worked for an art studio. His illustrious career as an art director includes TV animation, ‘Future Boy Conan’ (1978), film masterpieces ‘Grave of the Fireflies’ (1988), ‘Princess Mononoke’ (1997) and “The Girl Who Leapt Through Time’ (2016) which received the ‘Best Art Director Award’ at the 12th AMD Award’06 in Japan.
Currently, he works as a representative of the art studio, Kaieisha, where he is creating an animation film, ‘Tree of Hope’ and designing ‘Goto Hyakkei’, describing his hometown, Goto Islands.
This is his first exhibition abroad.
Date – 6 October to 17 November (closed on sundays and public holidays)
Time – 5:00 pm Onward
Venue – Tenshin Okakura Gallery, The Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, New Delhi 110024
Entry – Free