Rokkaku Ayako’s “Colours in My Hand” Exhibition (360° Panorama)
At the Kunsthal, Rotterdam

Somese Naoto (Photographer)[Profile]

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Popular young Japanese artist Rokkaku Ayako has been acclaimed around the world for her vibrant, colorful paintings, done directly by hand onto cardboard or canvas. This 360° panorama shows locals enjoying Rokkaku’s workshop at the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam.

Using the Immersive PanoramasThe Rotterdam Kunsthal museum is a wonderful space designed by Rem Koolhaas, one of the Netherlands’ best-known architects. From June 25 to August 21, 2011 the museum hosted a major exhibition of paintings by Rokkaku Ayako. The show was a huge hit with local art lovers. This 360° panoramic view is designed to give you a sense of being right there in the museum. I hope you enjoy the colors and textures of Rokkaku’s paintings.

(Photographs by Somese Naoto with permission from the Rotterdam Kunsthal, the Netherlands.)

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Photographer. Born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1964. Graduated from the Department of Photography in the College of Art, Nihon University. Specializes in portrait photography. His portfolio includes work for numerous magazines as well as several photograph collections. Currently an enthusiast of 360° panorama photography.


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