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

松方コレクション展

国立西洋美術館 2019.6.11~9.23

国立西洋美術館 2019.6.11~9.23

国立西洋美術館 2019.6.11~9.23

オランジュリー美術館コレクション
ルノワールとパリに恋した12人の画家たち

横浜美術館 2019.9.21〜2020.1.13

横浜美術館 2019.9.21〜2020.1.13

横浜美術館 2019.9.21〜2020.1.13

御即位記念特別展 正倉院の世界
―皇室がまもり伝えた美―

東京国立博物館 2019.10.14~11.24

東京国立博物館 2019.10.14~11.24

東京国立博物館 2019.10.14~11.24

日本書紀成立1300年 特別展「出雲と大和」

東京国立博物館 2020.1.15~3.8

東京国立博物館 2020.1.15~3.8

東京国立博物館 2020.1.15~3.8

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  • Osaka

    Abstraction: Aspects of Contemporary Art

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    2019.05.252019.08.04

    In recent years, there has been a resurgence of abstraction. Abstract art, which first emerged as an avant-garde style in the early 20th century, and American abstract art, which was championed by postwar art critics, served as important precedents and key movements in art history. Today, abstraction is once again a subject of interest in the West. The so-called “death” of painting around 1970 was later followed by the birth of a new type of painting, and in the ’80s, artistic practice was liberated from a progressive view of history, leading to a more flexible relationship with artistic heritage. Since the ’80s, abstract art has not only referred to existing

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  • Tokyo

    Christian Boltanski — Lifetime (in Tokyo)

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    2019.06.122019.09.02

    This exhibition is among the largest retrospectives ever held in Japan of the work of Christian Boltanski, one of the most prominent contemporary artists, and encompasses work from throughout his career. After making short films in the late 1960s, Boltanski worked extensively with photography in the 1970s, gaining attention for works dealing with his own memories and those of others. In the 1980s, Boltanski began producing installations utilizing light and exploring religious themes, for which he earned international acclaim. Since then, he has continued producing and exhibiting works worldwide with the themes of history, memory, and the vestiges of human existence. While looking back at a variety of his efforts

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  • Tokyo

    Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of His Birth: The Art of Hayami Gyoshū

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    2019.06.082019.08.04

    This exhibition celebrates the 125th birthday of Hayami Gyoshū (1894-1935) and the first decade since the Yamatane Museum of Art moved to its present location in Hiroo, Shibuya City, Tokyo. To commemorate those significant junctures in our history, we are pleased to present an exhibition that offers an overall view of our Gyoshū collection, which is the “face” of our museum. The Yamatane’s founder, Yamazaki Taneji (1893-1983) was just a year older than Gyoshū, but Gyoshū died when merely forty years old without their being able to have direct interactions. Taneji, however, loved Gyoshū’s art with all his heart, collected his work whenever an opportunity presented itself, and enjoyed displaying

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  • Tokyo

    TOP Collection Reading Images: The Stories of Four Places

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    2019.05.142019.08.04

    The TOP Collection is an exhibition that presents works from the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum Collection. This year’s theme is “reading images.” We will be thinking about the visual images in the works and how they might be interpreted. Using individual photographs and series made up of multiple pictures, which were specially selected from the museum’s collection of over 35,000 items, we will focus on the story told by each of the works. As we shed light on the underlying meaning and relationship between the works, and turn our attention to the universal narrative that is contained in the photographic medium itself, we invite visitors to engage in the rich

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  • Tokyo

    The Tsuzuri Project: The Art of Hokusai, reproduced from the collection of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution

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    2019.06.252019.08.25

    The Freer Gallery of Art of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, renowned for its superb collection of Japanese Art, has remained unknown among many people here in Japan due to the museum policy of not lending its holdings to outside institutions. Hereupon, in cooperation with the Freer Gallery of Art, the Tsuzuri project, organized by Kyoto Culture Association and Canon, reproduced 13 paintings selected from the Freer’s collection of Hokusai paintings, which is the world’s finest and largest of its kind. This time the Sumida Hokusai Museum will hold an exhibition focusing on those high-resolution facsimiles, together with about 130 related works out of their own collection. The exhibition

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  • Tokyo

    The 50th anniversary of the Suntory Foundation for the Arts Styles of Play: The History of Merrymaking in Art

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    2019.06.262019.08.18

    “We are all born to play.” This famous line is from the Ryojin Hisho, a late twelfth-century collection of popular songs. In that spirit, this exhibition focuses on play, amusements, merrymaking as a theme in art. Games like sugoroku, a board game related to backgammon, or karuta, playing card games, dance, even fashion: men and women always become enthusiastically absorbed in enjoying all sorts of amusements. But their content changes over time. In this exhibition, famous seventeenth-century paintings and prints on the subject of recreation guide us to a deeper understanding of play in human life. Our fore-bearers made merry, sometimes artlessly, sometimes languorously. Let us imagine what merrymaking meant

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  • Tokyo

    100 years of Japanese Tableware – Okuratouen

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    2019.06.082019.07.28

    Established in 1919 by Magobei and Kazuchika Okura, Okuratouen (a.k.a Okura Art China Inc.) continues to produce world-class products as Japan’s representative Western tableware maker. This exhibition introduces Okura Art China’s exceptional designs and quality, exhibits products made for clients such as business leaders and well-established hotels, and explores the role of the company in Japan’s western-style tableware culture. The exhibit also features recently discovered materials that convey new information about the period when Okura Art China was found. *Some pieces will be replaced during the exhibition period.

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  • Tokyo

    The Works of Yuji Miyazaki, Illustrator for Films; At the Centenary of Kinema Junpo Magazine

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    2019.04.232019.08.25

    National Film Archive of Japan is proud to present the endearing illustrations of Yuji Miyazaki. Miyazaki has been an illustrator for more than 40 years, with much of his work appearing in Kinema Junpo, a film magazine that is celebrating its centenary in 2019. Miyazaki’s illustrations have appeared in all manner of things concerning the cinema. While doing his main job as a director of television commercials and programs, he has continued to illustrate for numerous film magazines as well as calendars, books, posters, and even movie theater walls. His works are familiar to many movie enthusiasts. His caricatures of personalities and depictions of movie scenes from films of the

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