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【臨時休館】ベーコンが生前けっして世に出すことのなかった「秘密」を解き明かす
Art / photography
2020.12.07

[Temporary closure] Uncover the "secret" that bacon never released to the world

The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama Holding period: 2021.01.09 ~ 2021.04.11

「By Francis Bacon Barry Jules Collection」

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(TOP image) Francis Bacon << Drawing on Boxer's Photograph >> 1970s – 1980s
© The Barry Joule Collection

* The Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art will be temporarily closed for the time being to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. Please see " here " for details.

Francis Bacon (1909-1992) is a British-based painter who has established an unrivaled figurative painting and is named alongside Picasso, a painter representing the 20th century. Born in Dublin, Ireland, after studying painting on his own, he drew portraits with a distorted body and a roaring expression while referring to Velasquez and Van Gogh, and was contemporaneous in a unique three-width pair series. It had a great influence on the art world. Many exhibitions have been planned not only during his lifetime but also after his death, and his works are stored in museums around the world.

A "secret" that Bacon never put out in his lifetime-a sketch that was not supposed to be made, a large number of printed matter that he referred to, and the lines and iconography that were drawn on it, and most of them are said to have been destroyed. Also, young paintings devoted to Surrealism. In this exhibition, about 130 works such as early paintings, drawings, and materials that the master secretly left until just before his death will be exhibited for the first time in Japan. Unravel the source of inspiration that was not revealed in his lifetime, and approach the true appearance of a solitary painter.

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Francis Bacon "Self-portrait" 1970s – 1980s © The Barry Joule Collection


Francis Bacon "Self-portrait" circa 1930s © The Barry Joule Collection

<< Here is the highlight !! >>
1. Exhibiting valuable early works of Francis Bacon
Many of the early bacon works were thought to have been destroyed. In this exhibition, 10 oil paintings drawn by this painter in his early twenties under the influence of Cubism and Surrealism will be exhibited. ..

2. First public release in Japan of a work that reveals the production process of Francis Bacon
Bacon has been constantly interested in "people." For the first time in Japan, we will unveil valuable materials that show the development of completed oil paintings, such as works in which portraits of celebrities published in magazines and newspapers are colored and lines are drawn.

<< About the Barry Jules Collection! >>
Barry Jules interacted closely with Bacon from his encounter with Bacon in 1978 until his death, and 10 days before Bacon died in Madrid, he directly wrote about 2,000 works and materials he had left with him. I got it from my studio in London. These precious "heritage" are the National Museum of Modern Art, Ireland (Dublin, 2000), the Barbican Center (London, 2001), the Picasso Museum (Paris, 2005), and the Nanjing Academy of Fine Arts Museum in China (Nanjing, 2013-). 2014)It was exhibited at Hao Art Gallery (Shanghai, 2016) and Villa Fiorentino (Sorrento, 2018) in Italy, and in 2004, about 1,200 of them were donated to the Tate Gallery.


Francis Bacon "Drawing on a series of photographs of Edward Mybridge" 1970s-c. 1980s
© The Barry Joule Collection


Francis Bacon (right) and Barry Jules (left) at Richard Hamilton's studio 1986
© The Barry Joule Collection

Francis Bacon
By Barry Jules Collection
[Date and time] January 9th (Sat) -April 11th (Sun), 2021 9: 30-17: 00 (Last entry 16:30)
[Venue] Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art Hayama Exhibition Room 2-4
[Closed] Monday (Open on January 11th)
[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 aboveFree of charge, free of charge for those who have a disability certificate (and one caregiver in principle)
[Organizer] Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art
[Inquiries] 046-875-2800 (Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art Hayama)
* You can also see the collection exhibition "British / Irish Art-The Story Drawn" on the same day with the admission ticket for the "Francis Bacon" exhibition.
* On Family Communication Day (1st Sunday of every month: February 7, March 7, April 4), discounted rates are available for families with children under the age of 18 (excluding those aged 65 and over). You can see it at. To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, we will cancel "Open Communication Day", the day when you can enjoy conversation on the same day.
* Please contact us for other discounts.
* Please see the museum website for requests and the latest information to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection when visiting the museum.

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, a lecture hall 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 cars for disabled people, 3 buses, 53 cars in total) [Paid parking lot business] 8:30 to 18:00 (last warehousing 16:30) * Please check the museum website for prices. ..

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