The Institute Caminho do Meio brings to Brasília the unprecedented exhibit Um Pincel (A Brush) that showcases the most recent works of Japanese Zen painter, Kazuaki Tanahashi. The exhibit will be open from June 19th to July 22nd, at the Museu dos Correios (Post Office Museum). During the exhibit’s opening, the artist will perform live painting and engage in conversation with audience members. Admission is free and the exhibit is suitable for all ages.

Born in Japan in 1933, Tanahashi is an artist, translator, activist and an erudite Zen Buddhist. He moved to the United States in 1977, to be an erudite resident at San Francisco Zen Center. Tanahashi has been teaching and organizing exhibits all over the world for the last 50 years, he has also created the one stroke style of painting. Outside the art world, Tanahashi has produced over 40 books written in English and Japanese.

The coming of Kazuaki Tanahashi to Brasília is important not only from an artistic point of view, but also because of his activities as a Peace activist.

When: From June 19th to July 22nd
Where: Museu dos Correios (Post Office Museum), Setor Comercial Sul, Q. 4, Bloco A, Edifício Apollo – Asa Sul, Brasília – DF
Admission: Free
Rating: Suitable for all ages