Laurent Fabius has inaugurated the new Japanese garden and “Regards croisés” exhibit at the Domaine de la Celle Saint-Cloud, a property owned by the Ministry, today. With him was Tokyo governor Yoichi Masuzoe.
Organized by the Flag-France Renaissance association in partnership with the Japanese Embassy in France, the show will run from October 28 through November 1.
It offers a dialogue between French artists who completed residencies at Kyoto’s Villa Kujoyama, which reopened a year ago, and masters of Japanese art who will exhibit the great cultural classics of their country.
For more information, visit http://flagfrance.org/evenement-culturel/exposition-japon-france-regards-croises/