Asian Art Museum Hangs The Art Of Tezuka Featuring the Undisputed God of Manga
It's no secret that we here at the Isotope consider San Francisco the greatest city on Earth. When there'ssodarnmanyinterestingthingshappeningallthetime, it's a pretty easy case to make. But just in case those reasons aren't enough to feel the love for San Francisco, here's one more...
The SF Asian Art Museum is holding an exclusive exhibition of work by Osamu Tezuka. Known as the "god of manga" and the creative genius behind Buddha< Astro Boy, Metropolis, Belladonna, and even that one book that Disney blatantly ripped off. With over 150,000 pages of manga in the course of his career, it's impossible not to be impressed by the man's career and legacy.
Here's your first chance to see this major exhibition of more than 200 original drawings and paintings outside of Japan!
The Art of Tezuka @ Asian Art Museum 200 Larkin Street (@ Fulton) June 2nd - September 9th