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【d】  テーマ展「小さな騎士たち」
Art / photography

[D] Theme exhibition "Small Knights"

Equine Museum 
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■ Temporarily closed from January 6th (Wednesday) to February 8th (Monday) People have been drawing horses since the Paleolithic era, tens of thousands of years ago, but many horse images have been left behind. That was about 34,000 years ago. There are various theories about this period, but it coincides with the period when riding became widespread mainly in the grasslands of West Asia and Central Eurasia. In other words, as a result of the active use of horses for nomadic and military purposes, many horse-themed works have been created. However, these works are not always created for the purpose of art appreciation. Rather, it would have been more meaningful to show one's authority and achievements by drawing a scene of riding or leaving it as an image. In this exhibition, we will introduce small knights who have been represented in bronze products, pottery, burial goods, etc. from the works of thousands of years ago, which started with many horses as the subject matter. Please appreciate the appearance of the knights who are small but lively.

  • Start Day
  • End Day
  • Hour
    11: 00-16: 00 (Admission until 15:30) <br /> <br /> Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays (however, November 23 and January 11 are open), November 25 (Wednesday) ), January 13 (Wednesday), Year-end and New Year (December 25-January 5)
  • Address
    1-3 Negishidai, Naka-ku, Yokohama Negishi Horse Racing Memorial Park
  • Ticket type / Fee
    Adults 100 yen, elementary / middle / high school students 30 yen * Free for those with a disability certificate * Free for elementary / middle / high school students every Saturday * November 26th (Thursday) -29th (Sunday) National Museum Tournament Free admission with the event
  • Contact
    Equine Cultural Foundation 045-662-7581
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