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Somé Seiryukan

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Seen as contemporary art, the pieces echo the depth of expressive coloring and craft-like qualities of dyeing

A place where the artistic world of dyeing unfolds

This is the first ever museum to deal exclusively with contemporary dye works. The exhibition comprises some 500 exhibits by 100 artists - in other words, a collection featuring pieces by the maestros and young aspirants of the dyeing world who work in the Kyoto area.
Assembling the collection commenced from 1991, with a Seiryu exhibition of dyed works taking place every year (currently this happens once every two years), planned exhibitions, solo & group shows, theme-driven expositions and art shows of all-the-rage, new-wave artists, each running one or two months. In addition, various speakers - including dye-related people - are invited to give talks, which add extra and fulfilling dimensions to the exhibits.
Exhibition space is matted for comfort and lighting chosen carefully to highlight the exhibits in a fashion close to natural light, so that fine color combinations and hues will delight as they should.

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photoA scene from a dye work by Yukihiko Tajima

A scene from a dye work by Yukihiko Tajima

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Address 6F Meirin Bld, 550-1 Yamabushiyama-cho Muromachi-dori Nishikoji-agaru, Nakagyo-ku
TEL 075-255-5301
FAX None
URL http://someseiryu.net
Hours 10:00~17:00
Closed Mon (following day if Nat Hol), Aug, Dec, the first half of Jan, Closed for exhibition changeovers and etc.
Adm Adults ¥300, High school and college students ¥200
Access A 5-min walk from Exit 22 and 24 of the Subway Karasuma Line Shijo Stn/A 5-min walk from Exit 22 and 24 of Hankyu Karasuma Stn/A 5-min walk from Shijo-Karasuma Stop of City Bus

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photo:Nissha Museum of Printing History

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photo:Honno-ji Temple Museum DAIHOUDEN

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photo:Kyoto Aquarium

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photo:Nishijin Textile Center

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