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[Interview Report] Learn about the fun of modern books here! “Modern books to read and taste” is being held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (until 2021/1/7)

[Interview Report] Learn about the fun of modern books here! “Modern books to read and taste” is being held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (until 2021/1/7)

At the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in Ueno, Tokyo , the Ueno Artist Project 2020 "Reading and Tasting Contemporary Books" is being held from Wednesday, November 18, 2020 to Thursday, January 7, 2021. In this article,"Anyone reading the work of the" book ", exhibition so people can watch while enjoying" exhibition of exhibition content and attractions based on the concept, and in co-host of the (※ ~ session change on December 28, 2008) " We will also introduce "Showa no Sho to read and taste". Even beginners can enjoy reading books! Enjoy the well-trained expressions of veteran writers I think there are surprisingly many people who like art in general,

[Tokyo National Museum] Special Exhibition “Momoyama-100 Years of the World” Preview Report [10 / 6-11 / 29]

During the period from October 6th (Tuesday) to November 29th (Sunday), 2020, a special exhibition "Momoyama-100 Years of the World" is being held at the Tokyo National Museum Heiseikan in Ueno, Tokyo. .. The other day, I participated in the press preview held earlier, so I will report on the exhibited works and the state of the venue. The special exhibition "Momoyama-100 Years of the World" is such an exhibition The Azuchi-Momoyama period lasted for 30 years from the fall of the Muromachi Shogunate in 1573 to the opening of the Edo Shogunate in 1603. It was a time of rapid change, when Japan changed from the turbulent era of

Evil incarnation, Queen of Reversals … An exhibition that unravels the “person” of the royal family. [Ueno Royal Museum] (~ 2021/1/11) “KING & QUEEN Exhibition” Press Preview Report

The "KING & GUEEN Exhibition" is being held at the Ueno Royal Museum from Saturday, October 10, 2020 to Monday, January 11, 2021. A special preview for the media was held the day before the release, so this time we will tell you about it. The story of the British royal family, traced in portraiture. Like Japan, Britain is a country that has a royal family as a nation and continues to maintain its history. Habsburg, Omanov, Ottoman Turkey … While many dynasties have collapsed after the First World War, the British dynasty has inherited its bloodline for more than 500 years while changing its name and form in the

Held until 10/25! “Tokyo University of the Arts Collection Exhibition 2020-Chronicle of the Arts” coverage report

I went to the "Gaidai Collection Exhibition 2020-Chronicle" which is being held at the University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts in Ueno, Tokyo from September 26, 2020! Have you all been there yet? In this article, we will report on the contents and highlights of this exhibition. What was particularly wonderful was the self-portraits of the former students, which were lined up all around the exhibition room, and more than 100 of them! Those who were active in the art world in later years, those who died at a young age despite their talent. It was a very spectacular exhibition where you can compare and enjoy the self-portraits

“Special Exhibition Craft 2020-Nature and Beauty-” Preview Report Held at the Tokyo National Museum until November!

From September 21, 2020, "Special Exhibition Craft 2020-The Shape of Nature and Beauty-" is being held at the Tokyo National Museum Hyokeikan in Ueno, Tokyo. (Until November 15th) A preview for the media was held on the 20th, and the Kokosil editorial department also visited us! In this article, we will report on the situation of the venue and the impressions of actually seeing the exhibited works from a beginner's perspective. I will write it first, but even the author, who is not very familiar with crafts, enjoyed it enough, so even if you are worried that "I'm a little worried, but it wouldn't be interesting without knowledge …?" Please

[Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum] “The UKIYO-E 2020-Japan’s Three Great Ukiyo-e Collection” Preview Report

Torii Kiyocho Owawabata Yomimi Important Cultural Property Hiraki Ukiyo-e Foundation Exhibition until August 10 From Thursday, July 23, 2020, "The UKIYO-E 2020-Japan's Three Great Ukiyo-e Collection" is being held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Until September 22 (Tuesday/holiday)) *Works may be replaced in the first and second semesters) There was a press preview of this exhibition the other day. In this article, I will introduce the exhibition, highlights, the composition of the exhibition, and the works featured by the editorial department. See it! What is " The UKIYO-E 2020-Japan's Three Great Ukiyo-e Collection"? The UKIYO-E 2020- Japan's Three Great Ukiyo-e Collections" held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of

The souls of the free artists approach the heart. [Tokyo University of the Arts Museum] “Art as it is-people who continue to express without knowing-” preview report

From July 23rd (Thursday/holiday) to September 6th (Sunday), 2020, a special exhibition "Art as it is- people who continue to express without knowledge" is being held at Tokyo University of the Arts Museum. The other day, a media preview was held, so I will tell you about it. "Arugama" works full of humanity It is not the so-called "professional" works that are exhibited in the special exhibition "Art as it is- people who continue to express without knowing it". Collected here are works by artists who are known as “outside art” and are not influenced by existing art, education, or disabilities, and who continue to pursue their own unique world.

[Ueno no Mori Art Museum] “Innocent Day Banzai!” Preview Report-Introducing Featured Works-

Tetsuya Noda "Diary August 10, 1979" Woodcut, silkscreen, Japanese paper 49.0×63.7cm 1979 Ueno Royal Museum From July 23, 2020 (Thursday/holiday), the exhibition “Urban Mori no Hanzai!” will be held at the Ueno no Mori Art Museum . (Until Sunday, August 30) There was a press preview of this exhibition the other day. In this article, we will introduce the exhibition, its composition and the editorial department's featured works. See it! About "A day without anything!" The Ueno no Mori Art Museum holds many winning works from the Ueno no Mori Art Museum Grand Prize Exhibition, which has been held 38 times since 1983. With the theme of "nothing, everyday life

[National Museum of Western Art] “London National Gallery Exhibition” preview report

Vincent van Gogh "Sunflower" 1888 In the middle of March, a special preview for the "London National Gallery Exhibition" media was held at the National Museum of Western Art. This time I will tell you how. * Opening has been postponed. Even after the opening, the ticket sales method and the entrance method to the exhibition room may change due to congestion measures. Please be sure to check the latest information on the exhibition official website (https://artexhibition.jp/london2020/) . The first treasure in Britain, a miracle, comes to Japan. The London National Gallery is located in Trafalgar Square in central London . Specializing in Western painting, its world-class collection continues to

[Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum] I went to the report “Hamashoi and Danish Paintings”!

Viggo Pedasson, Sunlight in the Living Room, Painter's Wife and Child, 1888 oil on canvas, National Gallery of Denmark (Until Thursday, March 26, 2020) At the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in Ueno, "Hamashui and Danish Painting" is being held. Prior to the event, there was a news preview the other day, so I will report on the situation. Related articles here! Happiness Country / Denmark Denmark is a constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe with a population of about 5.81 million. The country name is derived from Dummelk, which means Old Norse (= Dane land), and is well known as a renewable energy advanced country and a high welfare state. In

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