11/1 – 11/14 // Fujinuma Noboru: Master of Bamboo

You have just two weeks left to enjoy influential Japanese basket artist and bamboo sculptor Fujinuma Noboru‘s phenomenal exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago. Rising to prominence in the early 1990s, Noboru’s exquisite baskets show a range of traditional Japanese weaving techniques through his keen contemporary lens. This exhibition presents the highlights of an extensive personal collection gifted by the artist to The Art Institute of Chicago. For more information, please see The Art Institute of Chicago website.

The Art Institute of Chicago is located at 111 South Michigan Avenue. Admission into the museum is $15 for adults and $12 for students and seniors. The museum is open 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM daily, except for Thursdays, when hours are extended to 8:00 PM.

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One Response to 11/1 – 11/14 // Fujinuma Noboru: Master of Bamboo

  1. Tyler says:

    Many thanks for making the effort to describe the terminlogy for the newcomers!

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