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DURING THE DESIGN WEEK, IN ITALY PREVIEW, SIX JAPANESE ARTISTS WILL SHOW THE INVISIBLE SOUL OF THINGS.
MUJI Italia announces that from Monday, 3 to Friday 7 April during the Milan Design Week, six well-known Japanese artists will be displayed in a exhibit named “Tatazumai”, at the Milan’s Muji Italia flagship store of Corso Buenos Aires.
The Japanese term “tatazumai” refers to the invisible essence conveyed by an object, which acts on the surrounding space creating a unique atmosphere, able to relax and calm those who look at it.
Tatazumai will be therefore the main topic of the exhibit displayed at MUJI in Milan, featuring six Japanese artists perfectly expressing this philosophy. Among the exhibited objects, the hand-carved trays in cherry, hazelnut and elm wood by Mitani Ryuji, the hand-blown objects by Tsuji Kazumi, the ceramics with relief silver decorations by Ando Masanobu, teapots and ceramic cups by Iwata Keisuke, the paulownia boxes by Iwata Michiko, and the linen, silk and organic cotton clothes by Ando Akiko.
Monday, 3 April, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm;
from Tuesday, 4 April to Friday, 7 April: 10:00 am – 7:30 pm.