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Calligraphy: Fortune & Laugh Looking at Each Other / Takahashi Yūhō - Fuku / Aimite Kakatowarau
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- Takahashi Yūhō
The chief priest at the Daianzen-ji temple in Fukui pref.
Born in Fukui city, Japan
Graduated from the Kyoto Hanazono University (Major: Buddhism)
Joined and practiced asceticism at the Kaisei-ji temple in Hyogo for 6 years
Appointed as the chief priest at the Daianzen-ji temple in Fukui
Exhibition at the Takumi museum in JR Gifu Station
Exhibition at the art gallery in Inoue department in Nagano
Opened a gallery in the Daianzen-ji temple
Also appointed as the chief priest at the Housyou-ji temple in Ishikawa
Exhibition at the “Gallery Metanoia” in Paris, France
Performed at the Sarah Lawrence College in NY, USA
- 690mm x 1420mm
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- Japanese paper
- JPY 80,000
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- In stock
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“Aimite Kakato Warau” is a Zen phrase, meaning to laugh out loud and enjoy each other’s company the moment you see one another. In other words, the ideal relationship is one in which both parties understand each other immediately and are able to laugh at each other without bargaining, and it is important to build such a relationship.
This work features the phrase, one of the most popular words in the Zen language, written by a modern Zen monk Takahashi Yūhō in a graceful manner. Writing the character “Fuku” to the right of the Zen words means that the relationship with people as mentioned above is connected to happiness, which makes the work very heartwarming.