Close to Gaétan and Geneviève Picon, Kunihiko Moriguchi was exhibited for the first time in Europe in 1986. This premiere, which initiated a series of three exhibitions at the gallery, opened new horizons. He applied the traditional Yusen method of silk painting to works on paper and created a synergy between traditional Japanese techniques and mathematical reflection. It conferred to his investigations a particular density and a new relation with the esotericism of Zen reflections. He is today considered a National Treasure of Japan, following in the path of his father.
exhibitions at the gallery
• Matter and Memory. The Patriarch’s Realm.
November 19, 2013 to January 25, 2014
• Pour un jubilé 1947-1997
FIAC 1997 − September 30 to October 6, 1997
and at the gallery – October 7 to December 6, 1997
• Les vint-quatre saisons
April 10 to May 10, 1997
• 30 études sur le vert
September 15 to October 20, 1990
• Réflexions mathématiques sur la pureté de l’eau de source
December 10, 1986 to January 10, 1987