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日本とフランス…長い歴史の中で培われてきた双方の芸術が織りなした「美の往還」
Art / photography
2020.08.05

Japan and France ... "Beauty going back and forth" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history

POLA MUSEUM OF ART Holding period: 2020.11.14 ~ 2021.04.04
16 days until the event

「Connections-A longing to cross the sea, 150 years in Japan and France」

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(TOP image) Claude Monet << Landscape of Varengeville >> 1882 Oil on canvas 64.9 × 81.0cm Pola Museum of Art

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From the latter half of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, Japanese ukiyo-e and crafts inspired Western art and represented modern times such as Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). It has become an important source of inspiration for artists. This "Japonisme", which took place around France, has a wide range of influences on Western design and the academic art world that values tradition. At the same time, in Japan, where the Europeanization policy was promoted with the opening of the country, many students including Kuroda Seiki (1866-1924) studied abroad in France, and the art they learned there was the subsequent modern Japan. It became the cornerstone of art. In addition, some of the unique painters of the Taisho era, such as Tetsugoro Yorozu (1885-1927) and Ryusei Kishida (1891-1929), expressed their admiration and passion for French art through magazines and art books, even though they could not study in Europe. There were many young people who were inflated. The longing for a foreign country, such as the deification of Goch, which was spurred by the literary magazine "Shirakaba", and the impact of the avant-garde works of the returnees, further aroused the imagination of the artists.

In the turbulent times of modernization, the two countries, Japan and France, were indispensable to each other in their search for new standards and sensibilities of beauty. This exhibition is an attempt to verify the "reciprocation of beauty" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history in an era when a large amount of goods, information, and people could come and go. In addition, we pay attention to the illusions created by longing and curiosity for different cultures and certain deviations, and we are active internationally.Through the works of Ist, we will approach the essence and charm of understanding different cultures.

Japan and France ... "Beauty going back and forth" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history
Akira Yamaguchi << New Tohto Famous Place "Turf Tower" >> (Produced by Adachi Print Research Institute) 2014 (Heisei 26) Woodblock Prints 39.2 × 26.9cm Mizuma Art Gallery
© YAMAGUCHI Akira, Courtesy of Mizuma Art Gallery

Japan and France ... "Beauty going back and forth" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history
Yasumasa Morimura << Portrait (Van Gogh) >> 1985 (Showa 60) Color Photo 120.0 × 100.0cm Takamatsu Art Museum

Japan and France ... "Beauty going back and forth" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history
Vincent van Gogh << Glaze Bridge over the Vigella Canal >> 1888 Oil on canvas 46.8 × 51.3cm Pola Museum of Art

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Japan and France ... "Beauty going back and forth" woven by both arts cultivated over a long history
Paul Cézanne << Sugar pot, pear and tablecloth >> 1893-1894 Oil on canvas 50.9 × 62.0cm Pola Museum of Art

Connections-A longing to cross the sea, 150 years in Japan and France
[Date and time] November 14th (Sat) -April 4, 2021 (Sun) 9: 00-17: 00 (Last admission is 16:30)
* Open every day during the session. However, the museum may be closed due to exhibition changes.
[Venue] Pola Museum of Art
[Fee] Adults ¥ 1,800, senior discount (65 years old and over) ¥ 1,600, university / high school students ¥ 1,300, junior high school students and younger free
[Organizer] Pola Museum of Art, Pola Museum of Art, Public Interest Incorporated Foundation
[Inquiry] 0460-84-2111
* The exhibited works may change due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
* Click here for the official website of the Pola Museum of Art.

  • POLA MUSEUM OF ART
  • POLA MUSEUM OF ART
  • POLA MUSEUM OF ART

The Pola Museum of Art was opened in 2002 in Hakone Town, Kanagawa Prefecture, with the concept of "coexistence of nature and art in Hakone." The collection of the Pola Museum of Art has been collected by Tsuneji Suzuki, the second generation of the founder of POLA, for more than 40 years. There are 10,000 points. The building, which takes into consideration the nature and scenery of Hakone, has a height of 8m above ground, and most of the building is placed underground so that it blends into the forest. In addition, the promenade was grand-opened in July 2013 so that you can enjoy the rich nature of Fuji Hakone Izu National Park. In the forest where beech and Himeshara grow in clusters, you can enjoy nature walks along with art works.

The collection of Western paintings centered on Impressionists such as Monet and Renoir is one of the largest in Japan. Although it is located in a tourist spot called Hakone, you can relax and appreciate authentic art works. As one of our commitments, the lighting in the exhibition room is set to "Twilight in Paris in July" so that Impressionist works can be beautifully appreciated. In addition, you can enjoy it without getting tired even if you visit the exhibition or each season, such as renewing the original goods and the course menu of the restaurant according to the theme of each exhibition. In an architectural space full of light, please spend a time touching the rich collection and the works of artists who are active on the front lines in modern times.

  • Address
    1285 Kozukayama, Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    0460-84-2111
  • Business Hour
    [Opening hours] 9:00 to 17:00 (admission is until 16:30), open all year round (temporary closure due to exhibition changes)
  • Credit Card
    Yes (VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners, UnionPay)
  • Parking Area
    Yes
  • Average Usage
    [Admission fee] Adults ¥ 1,800, college / high school students ¥ 1,300, junior high school students and younger: Free * Please check the official website for details such as usage fees.

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