Millions of people around the world are lovers of the Japanese animation, a striking cartoon world of talented painters and inimitable cultural traditions of the Land of the Rising Sun. And it’s really great that in the days of TV and Internet almost every person in the world has an access to these productions.
However, looking at the screen, we can see a finished picture which hides the process of artists’ laborious task. And if you want to peep in, so to say, behind the scenes of the Japanese animation, we would offer visiting the exhibition of the Studio Ghibli. It is being held at the Musee Art Ludique in Paris and has about 1,300 layouts of animation masterpieces created by the cult masters Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. They gave to the world such cartoons (loved by millions of fans) as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro.
The exposition consists of the works which have been created at the Studio Ghibli for more than 30 years, the majority of which have become available to the European public for the first time.
Come to the Musee Art Ludique and plunge into the unique atmosphere of the best Japanese cartoon animation. It will be fun! Definitely!
The exhibition will work till the 1st of March, 2015.
Museum address: 34 Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris.