Tokyo

The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto Collection Graphics in Vienna around 1900 – New Design for a New Way of Life (in Tokyo)

In the late 19th century Vienna, artists represented by Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann created numbers of outstanding works as they searched for new forms of art and design. Their innovative challenge is best expressed in the field of graphic design. This exhibition delivers the lively energy and charm of fin-de-siècle Vienna through over 300 graphic works and precious furniture from the same era from the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.

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Summary

  • Period

    2019.04.132019.06.09
  • Venue

    The Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo
    http://mmat.jp/
    2-4-36 Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
  • Admission

    【General】
    Adults 800yen(600yen)
    College and High school students 600yen(500yen)
    Senior(65 and over) 600yen(500yen)

    *( ) reduced fees are available for groups of over 20 people/Meguro Citizens
    *Free for junior high school students and under

    For more details, visit the official site.

  • Closed days

    Mondays (except April 29 and May 6.), April 30, May 7

  • Opening hours

    10:00〜18:00 *Last entry 30 minutes before closing
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