|10th Oct 2019 to 15th Dec 2019|
|10am - 4pm|
House for an Art Lover
Bellahouston Park Dumbreck Road, Glasgow South Side G41 5BW
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The small collection dates from the early 1950s to more recent examples and shows examples of day-wear as well as the kimono designed for traditional ceremonial wear. The exhibition shares a particular social history of one Japanese family, which is illustrated in the choice of materials, decoration and colour of the kimono collection.
The exhibition is from the private collection of Yoshino Saito Brown, and curated by Alison Harley of The Textile Collective. It has been programmed in tandem with the exhibition Part Seen, Part Imagined which will be on display in the Studio Pavilion in October.
Find out more about opening times and admission prices on House for an Art Lover’s website.
This is an official event of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-20 kindly supported by The Japan Society of the UK and Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, London.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for The Kimono: a portrait of a Japanese family are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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