プラド美術館展 “ベラスケスと絵画の栄光”

[東京展]2018 2.24〜5.27
[兵庫展]2018 6.13〜10.14

[兵庫展]2018 6.13〜10.14

[兵庫展]2018 6.13〜10.14

ミケランジェロと理想の身体

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

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

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立新美術館 2018 5.30〜9.3

京都大報恩寺 快慶・定慶のみほとけ

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

東京国立博物館 2018.10.02〜12.09

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

国立西洋美術館 2018 6.19〜9.24

埼玉県立近代美術館 2018.07.07〜09.02

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  • Hokusai makes waves

    Visitors enjoy Western paintings and Japanese ukiyo-e at the “Hokusai and Japonisme” exhibition that kicked off at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo’s Ueno district on Saturday.

  • Hokusai makes waves

    Visitors enjoy Western paintings and Japanese ukiyo-e at the “Hokusai and Japonisme” exhibition that kicked off at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo’s Ueno district on Saturday.

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EXHIBITION美術展

  • Nara

    Special Exhibition Commemorating the Completion of Conservation Work Threads of Devotion

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    2018.07.142018.08.26

    Did you know of the existence of woven and embroidered images of Buddhist figures and Pure Land scenes? Buddhist imagery fashioned with threads in the form of weavings and embroideries has a long history dating back to India, while in Japan extant textiles with Buddhist imagery range from the Asuka period (7th century) to the early modern age (19th century). This exhibition features 130 superb textiles, including all three that are designated National Treasures. Japanese works form the core of the exhibition and are displayed along with pieces from China and the Korean peninsula, thus providing a panorama of important East Asian Buddhist art expressed with fibers. Please enjoy the

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    Tokyo

    落合芳幾

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    2018.08.032018.08.26

    落合芳幾(1833~1904)は、幕末から明治にかけて活躍した浮世絵師。月岡芳年と競作した「英名二十八衆句」という血みどろ絵や、明治の事件を報道した新聞錦絵など、浮世絵の歴史を語る上で欠かせない作品を数多く制作しているが、月岡芳年や小林清親、河鍋暁斎などの著名な絵師たちの影に隠れ、その名前はほとんど注目されていない。 本展は、落合芳幾の知られざる画業の全貌について、代表作を含む80点以上の作品を通して紹介する、世界で初めての展覧会。

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  • Tokyo

    Depicting Water: Hiroshige’s Rain, Gyokudō’s Brooks, and Togyū’s Maelstroms

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    2018.07.142018.09.06

    In September of 2018, water professionals from around the world will gather in Tokyo to participate in the International Water Associations’ World Water Congress & Exhibition. With that major international congress about water in the offing and with interest in the global water environment constantly rising, the Yamatane Museum of Art has focused on the theme of water in organizing this summer exhibition. It brings together depictions of water from Japanese prints and paintings. Japan is blessed with abundant water resources, and water is a constant presence in life and art, expressed in many ways. Water is constantly changing shape as rain fills ponds and lakes and rivers form, flowing

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  • Tokyo

    Chihiro Iwasaki, Painter

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    2018.07.142018.09.09

    2018 marks the centenary of Chihiro Iwasaki’s birth. (She was born in 1918 and died in 1974.) Her illustrations feature soft-focus colourful pictures of children and flowers and expanses of open space. Her art has penetrated deep into our daily lives through media such as picture books, illustrations and calendars, and she is becoming ever more popular around the world even now, 40 years after her death. However, when people think of her works they tend to simply focus solely on themes such as “children, flowers and peace” or impressions such as “cute, gentle, and mellow.” “Chihiro Iwasaki, Painter.” This exhibition takes its title from the words Chihiro used when

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  • Tokyo

    Benches of the Brazilian Indigenous Peoples: Human Imagination and Wildlife

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    2018.06.302018.09.17

    The indigenous tribes of the Amazon and Xingu River basins in northern Brazil carve benches from single pieces of wood. These unique sculptural works adopt both animal and functional forms and are covered in distinctive geometric patterns. Benches were cultural and social symbols within indigenous communities, closely connected to tribes’ ways of life, traditions, and distinct mythologies, and functioned as objects for everyday use or carrying ceremonial significance on special occasions such as shaman ceremonies or the celebration of weddings. Today, tribal artists unconstrained by function or tradition are creating even more diverse and free-ranging expressions, as indigenous people absorb influences from the outside world and seek their own identity

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  • Tokyo

    CRAY-PAS ART by the Masters: From Modern Japan to the Present Day

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    2018.07.142018.09.09

    Everyone has used “Cray-pas” (oil pastel) when they were children. Cray-pas was invented in Japan in 1925 as a painting material equipped with the merits of both wax crayons and pastels. It adheres well to painting surfaces, is unrestrained while offering good color development, and can be used for a wide range of artistic expressions in the same way as oil painting, such as color blending, layering, and scratching. As Cray-pas was widely used as a teaching material in schools, we tend to think of it as a tool developed exclusively for use by children. However, its excellent features drew the attention of many artists soon after the Second World

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  • Kagawa

    Genichiro Inokuma-Landscapes, Faces

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    2018.07.142018.09.30

    Among the diverse works created by Genichiro Inokuma (1902-1993) during a 70-year career, his abstract “Landscape” paintings produced mainly in the early 1970s and his simply depicted, late-period “Faces” are well known. His “Landscape” paintings—works that define his unique style of abstract expression—emerged from the “city” theme paintings he created during some 20 years living and working in New York in the USA, where he moved in 1955 and freed himself from figurative painting. “Faces,” on the other hand—which he began to paint after the death of his beloved wife, Fumiko, at the age of 85—are works by which he reached a territory beyond distinctions of figurative and abstract, at

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  • Tokyo

    MASUMURA Hiroshi Exhibition Featuring the Works of Hokusai ATAGOAL x HOKUSAI

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    2018.06.262018.08.26

    MASUMURA Hiroshi is Japanese Manga artist. He has long developed his own fantasy world through his comic series Atagoal. In the comics, the trouble caused by Hideyoshi leads to new discoveries being shared with the world. The joy of these illustrations came from seeing Atagoal characters like Hideyoshi integrated into the spectacular scenes drawn by Hokusai, and yet these are no mere parodies of Hokusai’s works produced by simply replacing the people in them with Atagoal characters. Rather, MASUMURA has provided commentary for each one of these illustrations, explaining the thoughts and processes involved in incorporating Atagoal elements, as well as his opinions and commentary on the original works by

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