Kannon

13 Jun

Now displayed in Yokohama at the Sogo Museum, this exceptional exhibition focusing on the anonymous crafts of the daily life in Japan, Korea and China, culture and arts in the old days: from Man 29 through July 4.  The collection are made by Shinzo Ogyu, a former curator of the Nihon Mingeikan, the Japan Folk Crafts Museum.

My impression of seeing the Kannon: “Becoming conscious of somethings after the sleep.”
A beautiful Kannon places his right hand on his right cheek.

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