College students in front of "Atomic Desert" (VI) The Marukis also painted other forms of violence The late works deal with diversified subjects Many people visit the Gallery in the summer

Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels Foundation

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Vetted since 2020
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The activities of the Maruki Gallery For the Hiroshima Panels Foundation center around the permanent preservation and exhibition of the Hiroshima Panels by Iri and Toshi Maruki. These historically and aesthetically significant works are a means of passing down the bitter legacy shared by all humanity. The Gallery advocates for peace and social justice and enriches community life by preserving and exhibiting the paintings of Iri, Toshi and Suma Maruki, and facilitating socially engaged cultural and artistic programming.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Yumiko Iwasaki
Yumiko Iwasaki
Yukinori Okamura
Organization Information
1401 Shimogarako
Higashimatsuyama, 355-0076
+81 (0)493-24-8371
Organization Information
1401 Shimogarako
Higashimatsuyama, 355-0076
+81 (0)493-24-8371

Project Reports

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Aug 3, 2023
Hiroshima Panels Part I: Ghosts returned to the Maruki Gallery!
Greetings from the Maruki Gallery! We have some exciting news today! Hiroshima Panels Part 1: Ghosts is back! On 19 July, Ghosts, Part I of The Hiroshima Panels returned to the Maruki Gallery...
Jun 9, 2023
Video Message & Dance Performance - from the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels
On May 5, the Maruki Gallery celebrated its 56th anniversary. We held an anniversary event for the first time in three years since the pandemic began. Many people gathered at the gallery and...
Feb 9, 2023
Timeless Message of the Hiroshima Panels
Greetings from the Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima Panels! Today, we would like to share an NHK World news program that reported on the restoration of the Hiroshima Panels I: Ghost. Timeless Message...
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