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福田豊四郎、片岡球子など近・現代の日本画の変革者たちによる名品が集結
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2020.09.22

Masterpieces by modern and contemporary Japanese painting transformants such as Toyoshiro Fukuda and Tamako Kataoka

The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama Holding period: 2020.10.10-2020.12.20
Ends in 21 days

「Realism of life Japanese painting of gems」

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

(TOP image) Maruki Suma "Kanzashi" 1955 Paper book coloring Atomic bomb drawings Maruki Gallery for the Hiroshima

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The world of "Japanese painting" has changed with the modernization of Japan. In this exhibition, we will focus on the ever-changing themes and techniques of modern Japanese painting, and introduce various artists and works under the theme of "realism of life" while tracing the development of expressions that connect during and after the war.

In Chapter 1, we will follow the path of the painters' quest, focusing on the collection of the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, with the keywords "people" and "nature." The focus is on expressions that reflect the times, such as realism and abstraction, and the image of a painter drawn by nature. Chapter 2 takes up Setsu Asakura, Fuku Shoji, Fumiko Hori, and Yasuko Shibata as painters who have been re-evaluated in recent years, and introduces the spread of themes from women and children during the war to postwar workers and the absorption of Western paintings. , Re-question its advancedness. Chapter 3 will feature the works of Aguri Uchida, a painter living in Hayama, as one of the representatives of contemporary Japanese painting, including new works. Please enjoy the masterpieces by the transformants of Japanese painting.

Masterpieces by modern and contemporary Japanese painting transformants such as Toyoshiro Fukuda and Tamako Kataoka
Fumiko Hori << Ruins >> 1948 Paper book coloring Akita Museum of Modern Art collection [first half exhibition]

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Seiju Omoda "Treading Barley Plant" 1919 Colored with silk book Collection of the Museum of Modern Art Saitama [Late exhibition]

<< Here is the highlight !! >>
1. A collection of masterpieces by the transformants of modern and contemporary Japanese painting
Approximately 60 works, including works carefully selected from the museum's collection, such as Yukihiko Yasuda, Toyoshiro Fukuda, Tamako Kataoka, and Yuki Ogura, and masterpieces from museums in Japan will be exhibited.

2. An exhibition with a theme that can only be seen at the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art
Under the theme of "realism of life," we will introduce the unique works of artists such as Otake Chikuha, Maruki Suma, and Aguri Uchida, regardless of the painting or age. This is an exhibition that can only be seen here.

Exhibiting artists (in alphabetical order)
Satoshi Asakura, Takashi Asada, Fukamizu Ito, Eien Iwahashi, Shoen Uemura, Matsutaka Uemura, Yukihiko Ushida, Aguri Uchida, Yuki Ogura, Takepo Otake, Aoki Komota, Tamako Kataoka, Eizo Kato, Kiyokata Kaburagi, Matazo Kayama , Ryuko Kawabata, Koto Kudo, Daitsuki Koyama, Hiroaki Kondo, Yasuko Shibata, Kiwako Soji, Fuku Soji, Hiroshi Senju, Tatsuo Takayama, Hisato Tamamura, Chinami Nakajima, Takeryo Nakamura, Masayoshi Nakamura, Gyoshu Hayami, Toyoshiro Fukuda, Hori Fumiko, Aomura Maeda, Yuki Maruki, Suma Maruki, Makoto Mikami, Toshiko Mitani, Yukihiko Yasuda, Hidemine Yamakawa, Hoharu Yamaguchi, Naoaki Yamamoto, Misao Yokoyama, Kenji Yoshioka, Soen Yomoda

Masterpieces by modern and contemporary Japanese painting transformants such as Toyoshiro Fukuda and Tamako Kataoka
Fuku Shoji "Sakura" 1981 Paper book coloring Collection of Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art

Masterpieces by modern and contemporary Japanese painting transformants such as Toyoshiro Fukuda and Tamako Kataoka
Tamako Kataoka "Illusion" 1961 Paper book coloring Collection of Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art

Realism of life
Gem of Japanese painting
[Date and time] October 10th (Sat) -December 20th (Sun) 9: 30-17: 00 (Last entry 16:30)
<First half> October 10th (Sat) -November 15th (Sun) / <Late> November 17th (Tue) -December 20th (Sun)
[Venue] Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art Hayama Exhibition Room 2-4
[Closed] Monday (Open on November 23)
[Fee] General ¥ 1,200, Under 20 years old / Student ¥ 1,050, 65 years old and over ¥ 600, High school students ¥ 100, Junior high school students and younger free, Persons with disability certificate (and one caregiver in principle) Free
[Organizer] Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art
[Inquiries] 046-875-2800 (Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art Hayama)
* Those who are viewing the "Realism of Life Japanese Paintings" exhibition can also see the collection exhibition "180th Anniversary Odilon Redon Print Exhibition" on the same day with the admission ticket of the exhibition.
* On Family Communication Day (1st Sunday of every month: November 1st, December 6th), families with children under the age of 18 can view at a discounted rate (excluding those aged 65 and over). To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, we will cancel "Open Communication Day", which is the day to enjoy conversation on the same day, but please do not hesitate to visit even if you are traveling with young children.
* Please contact us for other discounts.
* Requests and exhibitions for visitingFor the latest information such as exhibitions , please visit the museum website .

  • The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
  • The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
  • The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama

Hayamakan was completed in March 2003 as the third building of the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, and opened in October. In addition to exhibition rooms with varying ceiling heights and lighting environments, there are various facilities such as an art library that aims to collect materials and disseminate information, an auditorium with audiovisual equipment, and a storage that collects the best of preservation technology. It is a well-equipped museum. From the entrance hall to the courtyard, restaurant, museum shop, garden, and the art library on the first basement floor, you can use the museum without admission fees so that you can get familiar with the museum in your life.

(2nd photo / Hayamakan Restaurant) © Norihiro Ueno
(3rd photo / Hayamakan entrance) Kijuro Yahagi ©

  • Address
    2208-1 Isshiki, Hayama-cho, Miura-gun, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    046-875-2800 (Representative)
  • Business Hour
    9: 30-17: 00 (Last admission 16:30) [Closed] Mondays (open on public holidays and holidays), exhibition change period (restaurants and parking lots are open except Mondays), year-end and New Year holidays ( December 29th-January 3rd)
  • Parking Area
    Yes (48 cars, 2 for disabled people, 3 buses, 53 cars in total) [Paid parking lot business] 8:30 to 18:00 (last warehousing 16:30) ..

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