京都大報恩寺 快慶・定慶のみほとけ

東京国立博物館 2018.10.02〜12.09

東京国立博物館 2018.10.02〜12.09

東京国立博物館 2018.10.02〜12.09

国宝 東寺 空海と仏像曼荼羅

東京国立博物館 2019.3.26~6.2

東京国立博物館 2019.3.26~6.2

東京国立博物館 2019.3.26~6.2

ウィーン・モダン クリムト、シーレ 世紀末への道

国立新美術館 2019.4.24〜8.5

国立新美術館 2019.4.24〜8.5

国立新美術館 2019.4.24〜8.5

京のかたな 匠のわざと雅のこころ

京都国立博物館 2018 9.29〜11.25

京都国立博物館 2018 9.29〜11.25

京都国立博物館 2018 9.29〜11.25

ルーヴル美術館展 肖像芸術――人は人をどう表現してきたか

大阪市立美術館 2018 9.22〜2019.1.14

大阪市立美術館 2018 9.22〜2019.1.14

大阪市立美術館 2018 9.22〜2019.1.14

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  • Osaka

    The Art of Portraiture in the Louvre Collections(in Osaka)

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    2018.09.222019.01.14

    Portraiture, designed to capture people’s likenesses, is an artistic genre with an extensive history dating to ancient times. This exhibition, made up of approximately 110 works selected from all eight departments of the Louvre, sheds light on the social role of portraits and various characteristics of the form of Art. From Venetian master Veronese’s unparalleled La Bella Nani, making its first visit to Japan in 27 years, to a mask used to decorate an ancient Egyptian coffin, pictures of monarchs such as Roman emperors and Napoleon, and paintings of gorgeous women and charming children, the exhibition assembles a wealth of highly accomplished portraiture.

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  • Tokyo

    Stories about Clay, Pattern and Decoration, from the Kikuchi Collection

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    2018.07.282018.11.04

    Focusing on ceramic patterns and decorations, in the current exhibition, we have selected approximately sixty works from the Kikuchi Collection which demonstrate characteristic patterns or decorative techniques. It is well-known that the term “jomon,” literally meaning “cord-mark,” in Jomon pottery, the oldest earthenware in Japan, derives from the cord-marking applied with a twisted string to decorate the pottery. From such examples dating back to prehistoric times to the present day, efforts to decorate a blank area on an object by covering it with a pattern could be considered an instinctive desire of the human being. Particularly in craftwork, patterns and decorations have proved a significant factor that deepens and extends

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  • Gunma

    Books and Arts Exhibition vol.2: “Word-gazing and traveling with words – Landscapes with modern and classical poetry”

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    2018.08.072018.10.21

    “Word-gazing and traveling with words – Landscapes with modern and classical poetry” is the second Books and Arts Exhibition aimed at bridging the literature and art and held by Ota City Art Museum and Library, a museum and library complex. The theme of this second event is modern and classical poetry (Tanka). Just as a painter uses paint as a material so does a poet use words to open up new horizons of expression and ideas. The original works of modern and classical poets and those of graphic designers, painters, and illustrators are exhibited side by side in our exhibition space. One of these artists is the spirited poet Tahi

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  • Akita

    Senju Hiroshi: Commemorating the Completion of Fusuma Paintings for Kongobuji Temple, Koyasan

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    2018.09.222018.11.04

    Hiroshi Senju (was born in 1958, Tokyo) is one of the few masters of the Japanese-style painting which emphasizes traditional Japanese techniques and materials. The Kongobuji Temple, Koyasan is a sacred site in Shingon esoteric Buddhist, founded by the priest Kukai (Kobo Daishi) in the early Heian era. The Cha-no-ma (tea room) and Irori-no-ma (room with open hearth) at the Daisyuden (great hall) where rebuilt in 1863, and it was decided to commission fusuma (sliding door) paintings by artist Hiroshi Senju. Ahead of the dedication at Kongobuji, this exhibition presents fusuma and wall paintings, the completion of which was an epic task the artist himself ranks as the culmination of

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  • Iwate

    BRUNO MUNARI: Quello delle Macchine Inutili(in Iwate)

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    2018.09.082018.11.04

    Bruno Munari (1907‒1998) was an Italian artist and designer who had contributed to a variety of fields of art. After starting his artistic career as the Second Futurist, he worked closely with avant-garde art of his contemporaries. On the other hand he was active not only as an art director of advertisements and magazines but also author of picture books, product designer and educator of plastic arts in order to foster free imagination of children. The exhibition introduces approximately 300 works of Munari as to unveil his whole career. Most of the works borrowed from Italy will be shown for the first time in Japan.

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  • Tokyo

    Hokusai’s Bridge Sumida Bridge – The Full Span

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    2018.09.112018.11.04

    Bridges are a part of our history: human beings have built bridges since ancient times to overcome the natural obstacles posed by rivers and gorges, to facilitate travel and communication. Over the centuries, political and technological constraints have resulted in the development of types and structures for bridges specific to particular eras. We deal with bridges as both essential urban infrastructure and cultural monument. The first section of this exhibition presents bridges depicted by Hokusai and his pupils including ”Remarkable Views of Bridges in Various Provinces”, a series regarded as one of Hokusai’s masterpieces. In the second section, our focus is on bridges in Sumida City and how bridges have

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  • Kanagawa

    Redon and His World: Beyond Imagination

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    2018.07.222018.12.02

    French artist Odilon Redon (1840-1916) was born around the same time as the Impressionist artists and active the late 19th century and early 20th century. Because his paintings depicted a fantasy world of mysterious visions and eerie monsters, he was considered an artist apart whose strange works reflected a confrontation with the lurking ‘internal world’ of his mind. Recent research has shed new light on Redon. Objective analysis of his notes and letters, as well as review of his art in the context of the contemporary trends, reveals profound influence from the culture around him, including popular culture caricatures in magazines and illustrations in natural science journals, as well as

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  • Ishikawa

    Starting Points: Japanese Art of the ‘80s

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    2018.07.072018.10.21

    Eighties Japanese art—what was it? Several important trends arose in the Eighties that bear directly on art in Japan today. They include installation art, reliance on viewer participation, new awareness of art’s relationship with society, and the debut of alternative spaces and media art. Artists moreover objectively viewed “art” as an institution, discovered an interest in “the everyday,” and took an attitude of valuing flexibility. The subculture of this decade also strongly impacted art in the Nineties and thereafter. This exhibition looks deeply into Eighties art, seeking the origins of today’s art scene not in subculture but in authentic “art.”

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