OAG – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens (Tokyo)

Samstag, 16. Oktober 2010, 10:00 - Sonntag, 17. Oktober 2010, 14:00First International Symposium on Netsuke in Japan with exhibition – KYOTO Program

Saturday, October 16th (Admission fee 7.500 Yen at the Museum)

10.00 am Greetings by Mr. Masayuki MURATA (represented by Natsuo Miyashita) and Trudel Klefisch
10.15 am Natsuo MIYASHITA: Morita SOKO, the famous carver of the So-School with some pieces from the Museum’s collection
11.15 am Takeshi UEMURA (Enshu), a contemporary Inro-artist

12.15 – 14.00 pm Lunch break

2.00 pm Alain DUCROS / Trudel KLEFISCH: „About old European Netsuke collections, their preferences and particularities – new discoveries by Alain Ducros
3.00 pm Dieuwke EIJER: „Some remarks about the Kagamibuta in the Collection of the Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Museum“

Sunday, October 17th (Admission fee: 5.000 Yen at the Museum)

10.00 am Alain DUCROS: „Who was Tomokazu? A painter or a carpenter?“
11.00 am Kumiko DOI: „The Netsuke from the Casal-Collection in the Osaka-Museum“

Visit of the 120 Netsuke, exhibited from old European collections, mainly from the Albert Brockhaus Collection, put together from 1887 to 1914.