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SOGO MUSEUM OF ART Period: 2020.02.01-2020.03.15
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「What must-haves collection Robert Doisneau Exhibition」

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The 20th-century photographer Robert Doorneau (1912-1994) has been loved over time. Everyone should have seen the "Kiss in front of the Paris City Hall", which captured lovers in the bustle of Paris.

Born in Jonti, a suburb of Paris, after studying slate painting, he began to work in photography since he was 18 years old. While working on magazines such as Vogue and Life, she walks all over Paris and projects her daily life with humor and affection. With an outstanding eye, he devoted his entire life to shooting Paris and the people of Paris.

This exhibition is not about machines (cameras), but rather works that make you feel like a human. Exhibit In addition, he will visit "Atelier Robert Doisneau" and explore the world of Doisneau with photographs and interviews with his daughter.

What must-haves collection Robert Doisneau Exhibition
[Date] February 1 (Sat)-March 15 (Sun) 10: 00-20: 00
* Admission is 30 minutes before closing. It depends on the business hours of the Sogo Yokohama store.
[Venue] SOGO Museum
[Price] Adult ¥ 1,000, University / High school student ¥ 800, Junior high school students and under Free
[Inquiry] 045-465-5515 (Sogo Museum of Art)

    The Sogo Museum on the 6th floor of the Sogo Yokohama store. This is the first museum in a department store to be registered under the Museum Law (registration number: Kanagawa No. 22) and opened on September 30, 1985. Stores about 200 oil paintings and watercolors, including Shintaro Suzuki. The exhibition features works from a wide range of domestic and foreign genres, including Western painting, Japanese painting, crafts, sculpture, prints, books, and photographs.

    • Address
      2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture

      SOGO Yokohama 6F
    • TEL
      045-465-5515 (directly to the museum)
    • Business Hour
      10: 00-20: 00 (Admission until 30 minutes before closing) (Closed) Closed during the exhibition replacement period. Closed during the exhibition is in accordance with the Sogo Yokohama store holiday.