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"TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION" exhibition will take place at Fukuoka Art Museum from 29 April to 18 July 2021♪

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Discover the secrets in one of the Japanese animation masters' works!

TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION
"The Tale of The Princess Kaguya" (2013) is an innovative movie depicted with watercolour strokes and creates a soft and dynamic impression. In addition to the groundbreaking depiction, the narrative depth of the drama must have surprised many people as well. There is an upcoming exhibition named "TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION" by the director of the movie, Takahata Isao, who is also known as one of the Japanese animation masters. Finally, this Takahata Isao's first retrospective exhibition will take place at Fukuoka Art Museum from 29 April (Thursday) to 18 July (Sunday)! He is known as "a director who doesn't draw", unlike his Studio Ghibli co-founder/director Miyazaki Hayao who was initially an animator. In this exhibition, we will introduce the "Takahata style" of anime making and share the process of his collaborative work with other creators.
TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION
TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION
"アルプスの少女ハイジ" (HEIDI, A GIRL OF THE ALPS) cel animations with background drawings ©ZUIYO
"HEIDI, A GIRL OF THE ALPS" Official Website http://www.heidi.ne.jp/

TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION
"平成狸合戦ぽんぽこ" (Pom Poko) cel animations with background drawings ©1994 畑事務所・Studio Ghibli・NH

TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION
"火垂るの墓" (Grave of the Fireflies) colour coordination ©野坂昭如 / 新潮社,1988
The exhibition venue is made up of 4 sections: the beginning of his career as a director when he made "KEN, THE WILD BOY", the time when he created drama stories such as "HEIDI, A GIRL OF THE ALPS", the time when he seeked inspiration from modern Japanese history and created "Grave of the Fireflies", and the stage when he pursued innovative ideas and presented "The Tale of The Princess Kaguya" with watercolor style of depiction. This famous director's exhibition is exactly what you should not miss, come discover the secrets hidden in all of his works! (Editorial Dept: Nika)

INFORMATION

"TAKAHATA ISAO: A LEGEND IN JAPANESE ANIMATION"
『高畑勲展―日本のアニメーションに遺したもの』


- Event date: Thursday 29 April to Sunday 18th July 2021
- Venue: Fukuoka Art Museum (1-6 Ohori Kouen, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi Japan)
- Closed: Mondays
 Open on 3 May (Monday/Public holiday) and closed on 6 May (Thursday)
- Official Website: https://takahata-ten.jp/
- Official Website (OUTLINE / English page): https://takahata-ten.jp/english/
- Twitter: @takahata_ten

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