An exhibition of Mola by Yoshiko Kuroda

●1-6 July 2008

Mola is a traditional art form of the Kuma, an ingenious people of Panama and Columbia. It forms an essential part of their costume.

Yoshiko Kuroda’s carrier as an embroiderer began in 1967 and she fell in love with Mola in 1073. She has travelled extensively in Asian countiries, Mongol, Europe, North and South America whose beautiful nature and the lives of people have deeply touched her. She expresses her love of the nature and the people she encountered in her vibrant Mola work.