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The Tradition of Reinvention in Japanese Fashion
opens Mar. 21(Fri.), 2014
The Collection Gallery exhibits selected works of nihonga (Japanese-style painting), yōga (Western-style painting), prints, sculpture, crafts (ceramics, textiles, metalworks, wood and bamboo works, lacquers and jewelry) and photography from the museum collection. Also shown are outstanding and monumental works of modern art in Japan, as well as modern and contemporary European and American art. From April 2010, we replace almost all the exhibits in the collection gallery total 6 times a year on the museum's regular closure, Monday and additional day off on Tuesday.
Collection Gallery Exhibition 2013-2014
NOTE: Japanese names are generally represented in the traditional fashion, with the family name first, followed by the given name or the “artist name.” (Exceptions are made for artists who are/were long-term residents of foreign countries, e.g., Tsuguharu Léonard Foujita, and for contemporary artists in accordance with the artist’s [perceived] preference.)