TitleNUDE: ART FROM THE TATE COLLECTION The Nude is central to the history of western art. Symbolizing beauty, expressing love, and reflecting on what it means to be human, artists’ representation of the naked body is also continuously challenging and controversial. Tate’s renowned collection of historic, modern, and contemporary art includes paintings ranging from late 19th century Victorian depictions of classical mythology and history, to present-day politicized representations of the artist’s own body. This exhibition tells the story of the depiction of the naked body over the span of 200 years of western art history. Through the presentation of approximately 130 artworks – paintings, sculptures, works on paper and photographs – visitors will see how the representation of the nude has evolved in the context of both artistic expression and shifts in social and political attitudes.
PeriodSaturday 24 March － Sunday 24 June, 2018.
VenueYokohama Museum of Art http://yokohama.art.museum/eng/3-4-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-0012, JAPAN
Direction3 minutes walk from Minatomirai Station Exit 3 (The Minatomirai Line links with the Tokyu Toyoko Line). 10 minutes walk via moving sidewalk from Sakuragicho Station (JR, Yokohama Municipal Subway).
ClosedThursdays and May 7, 2018 ＊except May 3, 2018
Opening Hours10:00-18:00＊Open until 20:30 on May 11(Fri.) and June 8(Fri.), 2018 ＊Admission until 30 minutes before closing.
Admission Advance Group Adults ￥1,600 ￥1,400 ￥1,500 University Students & College students ￥1,200 ￥1,000 ￥1,100 High school & Junior high school students ￥600 ￥400 ￥500
Organized byYokohama Museum of Art ［Yokohama Arts Foundation］, The Yomiuri Shimbun, Tate
With the sponsorship ofDai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
With the cooperation ofJapan Airlines, Minatomirai Line, Yokohama Cable Vision Inc., Yokohama FM Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Metropolitan Expressway Co.,Ltd.
With the support ofBritish Council Japan, J-WAVE
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