Toshinori Kondo, world renowned for his innovation of the electric trumpet and his seminal work "Blow the Earth", performs at an exhibition of Yuichi Inoue's calligraphy called Far Yet Close at the Tomo Museum, Tokyo on April 29, 2015. Inoue was one of the leading Japanese calligraphers of the latter half of the 20th century who strived for works inclined toward abstract paintings with no letters. The exhibition called Far Yet Close features more than forty of his works and runs from April 4 - July 26, 2015.

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Toshinori Kondo, world renowned for his innovation of the electric trumpet and his seminal work "Blow the Earth", performs at an exhibition of Yuichi Inoue's calligraphy called Far Yet Close at the Tomo Museum, Tokyo on April 29, 2015. Inoue was one of the leading Japanese calligraphers of the latter half of the 20th century who strived for works inclined toward abstract paintings with no letters. The exhibition called Far Yet Close features more than forty of his works and runs from April 4 - July 26, 2015.

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Date 29 Apr 2015
Location: Tokyo Tokyo Japan
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Toshinori Kondo
Electric Trumpet
Blow the Earth
Tomo Museum
Tokyo
Inoue Yuichi
Ueda Sokyu
Morita Shiryu
Far Yet Close
calligraphy
Abstract Expressionism
Sokyu
Taitoku
calligraphers
Japanese