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2018.05.16

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File.1 Yokohama Museum of Art "Nude Exhibition"

Whether it is a painting, a sculpture, or a photograph, I think the art world and nude are inseparable. Anyway, the Greek sculpture which can be said as the origin of art is a beautiful male figure of the turpon which is one of the masterpieces. On the other hand, controversy about its "degree of exposure" is not changed in any way, regardless of the east or west of the Western world.
That's why I was curious about curiosity in a direct-winning title named "Nude Exhibition" and I went to the Yokohama Museum of Art.

The exhibition follows the transition of nude along with the times and themes.

This is the only shootable work, Rodin's "Kiss".
You can see from anywhere 360 ​​degrees, how you cut it up is up to you. Each is looking for your own favorite angle and shutting the shutter many times. This scene itself is like art.
* Shooting may be canceled depending on congestion situation (Editorial note · Note)

Someone said that "I cut out a warm and soft body from cold hard marble, but that is exactly right. I want to touch smooth skin smoothly, but of course, do not touch the exhibition work!
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At the exhibition, it is easy to see that nude that was only allowed as a historical painting with classical literature, myths, and Biblical themes will be drawn with real themes along with the flow of the times.
But, as the cubism, abstract expression, surrealism and others came in the 20th century, simple questions such as "This is sexy?" I can not even know where the woman is naked for amateurs ….
Although the human body does not change so much in 100 or 200 years, the viewpoint of the artist is amazing. Before saying "I do not understand" or "I do not know", the painters knocked down to expressions too freely.

When coming back to the entrance hall through the whole venue, there is a spot where you can take a commemorative photo with Layton 's Psyche' s bathing bath. Since the veil is prepared by side, take the same pose as the model and shoot up to Instagram!

In the museum shop, after the "nude exhibition" which is a collection of UK Tate, tea and confectionery goods such as tea and confectionery which appear like British are lined up.
Recommended is "nude exhibition" original mint candy. Those who thought "Why?", Thinking with the hint that Rodin's "kiss" is included in the packageTry it. The answer is in the hall.

Speaking of Yokohama Art Museum's fun, it is a limited exhibition menu that you can get at the 1F cafe. I was also attracted to "roast beef sandwiches" using traditional British cuisine, but this time I ordered "milk tea" by taking the afternoon tea. I am happy to have a short bread of sweet sweetness
Incidentally, special blended tea and mugs that match milk can be purchased at special exhibition shops.

Nude NUDE – from the UK Tate Collection
Period: Until June 24 (Sun), 2018
Venue: Yokohama Museum of Art
Closed: Thursday
Opening hours: 10: 00 ~ 18: 00 * Friday, June 8 until 20: 30
(Admission until 30 minutes before closing)

Yokohama Museum of Art

The Yokohama Museum of Art opened in 1989 with the aim of contributing to the appreciation of modern and contemporary art and the creative activities of citizens and helping to create a rich civic culture.
As an art gallery suitable for an international port city, Yokohama, we focus on the arts since the opening of Yokohama in 1859, we strive to collect works and hold exhibitions. Among them, the photo forms an excellent collection unique to Yokohama, one of the major bases in the photo excitement period in Japan. (Shooting: Yasuyuki Kasagi)

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    10: 00 ~ 18: 00 (Admission is until 17:30) Closed on Thursday and New Year's Holiday

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