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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    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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    Tokyo

    HERE, ANOTHER NIGHT COMES FROM TRILLIONS OF LIGHT YEARS AWAY: Eternal Infinity

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    2019.04.042019.08.31

    Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Nets is a series of paintings that has neither beginning nor end, formed of pure repetitions of nets. First exhibited in 1959, the series was well-received for its unique representation amidst the movement of Abstract Expressionism in the New York art world. In gaining high acclaim, Kusama made a grand start to her career as an avant-garde artist in the US. On this occasion, Yayoi Kusama Museum will present an exhibition consisting of early pieces from the Infinity Nets series, as well as photographs and documents related to the series’ production. By showcasing it together with her latest painting series My Eternal Soul, the exhibition will reveal

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    Toyama

    100YEARS OF CZECH DESIGN (in Toyama)

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    2019.06.012019.07.28

    As part of a project by The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, we will be exhibiting works in the museum’s collection that are emblematic of Czech design from the end of the 19th century to the present day. Starting with Alphonse Mucha, a standard-bearer for Art Nouveau, this exhibition showcases over 100 years of art from the Czech Republic, including architecture influenced by Czech Cubism, picture books of the Čapek Brothers, animation works loved by many in the world, and many other works that exemplify the unique aesthetics and exhilarating design of the country even under socialism. Traditional Czech industrial and ethnic craftwork such as Bohemian glass, as well

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    Kyoto

    2019 Turkish Culture Year The Treasures and the Tradition of “Lâle” in the Ottoman Empire

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    2019.06.142019.07.28

    The Ottoman Empire enjoyed at a period of sustained prosperity that lasted for several hundred years until the early 20th century. The tulip, known as lâle in Turkish, was venerated as a symbol of the empire. Selectively bred to create some 2,000 diverse types and actively cultivated through the region, the flower was also a popular motif in literature and art. Drawing on artifacts from the Topkapi Palace, including the sultans’ treasures, this exhibition presents works that make use of tulip patterns, providing viewers with a look at the elegant Ottoman court culture. The exhibition also traces the history of friendly relations between Turkey and Japan, which dates back to

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    Hyogo

    印象派からその先へー世界に誇る吉野石膏コレクション(兵庫展)

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    2019.06.012019.07.21

    山形県発祥の大手建材メーカーが1970年代から美術作品を収集し形成した吉野石膏コレクションは、今では国内有数の質と量を誇るまでに成長した。本展ではそのうち19-20世紀フランス近代絵画を中心に展観。モネ、ルノワールら印象派をはじめ、シャガールなどエコール・ド・パリの作家を含め約70点の珠玉の作品が紡ぎ出す魅惑的なコレクションを堪能してほしい。

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    Iwate

    Hiroshige ―Rain, Snow, Night

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    2019.06.082019.07.15

    Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) was a master artist of ukiyo-e landscapes at the end of the Edo period. His poetic landscape prints with unique composition and rich colors have long been loved by many Japanese. His varied landscapes, which allowed people to enjoy the sensation of traveling without leaving home, include landscapes as seen from important routes of the time and pictures of famous places. Not simply pictorial, the landscapes combine a variety of elements such as season, climate, and time of day. This exhibition presents Hiroshige’s 160 important works, including the whole series of The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido. By introducing the noteworthy features of each work we try

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    Yamanashi

    Keith Haring: Humanism

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    2019.04.132020.01.13

    This exhibition explores Keith Haring’s principle belief, one that rejected the existence of art as solely exclusive to the rich, and celebrates love above racial, religious, and gender differences. In the early 1980’s, Haring began to draw on empty advertising boards in the New York subway system, risking potential arrest for vandalism, all with his own motto and belief in mind—art is for everybody. Over the next five years, this project, entitled Subway Drawings, turned commuters into art viewers, making him the talk of the town. In Kutztown, Pennsylvania, young Keith Haring grew up drawing with his father, and much like everyone else in town, went to church every Sunday.

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    Japanese Bamboo Art from New York: The Abbey Collection – Gifts to The Metropolitan Museum of Art (in Oita)

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    2019.05.182019.06.30

    Adapted from “Japanese Bamboo Art: The Abbey Collection” organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, this exhibition introduces the bamboo artworks which well-known art collector the Abbeys had acquired. The collection includes Oita’s great Shounsai Shono, the first Living National Treasure in the field of bamboo craft, as well as the representative figures who made a legacy. With 75 works by 44 artists, this is the first occasion to show Abbey Collection in Japan. From traditional flower basket to contemporary dynamic sculpture, we hope you enjoy various expression and possibility of bamboo.

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