Remainders of an Ideal:
    The Vision and Practices of HUNDERTWASSER


Hundertwasser

Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000), an Austrian painter whose works are full of rich colors and an ecologist who advocated cohabitation with nature, is a very familiar figure to the Japanese public.  The exhibition particularly focuses on the “architecture” that Hundertwasser pursued throughout his career in order to realize an ideal relationship between man and nature.  The exhibition introduces Hundertwasser’s achievement as a philosopher as well as a practitioner who continued his challenge to realize an ideal through art, with 100 works which include large architectural maquettes, paintings, prints and posters.



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Exhibition Dates
Tuesday, April 11 - Sunday, May 21, 2006
Closed on Mondays (exception: open on May 11, closed on May 12)

Organizer
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

Cosponsors
NHK Kyoto Station
NHK Kinki Media Plan, Inc.

Special Assistance
KunstHausWien and Hundertwasser Archive

Endorsement
Austrian Embassy

Assistance
Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Japan Airlines

Planning and Coordination
APT International

Admission
  Day of admission Advance Groups (20 or more)
Adult 830 yen 700 yen 560 yen
University students 450 yen 350 yen 250 yen
High school students 250 yen 200 yen 130 yen
Junior high and younger Free Free Free

Advance tickets: Ticket Pia, FamilyMart (P code: 686-563);
Lawson (L code: 57531); other major ticket vendors

Publicity Materials
Exhibition flyer, version 1 (A4)
PDF file (6,332KB)


Exhibition flyer, version 2 (A4)
PDF file (5,047KB)



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Other Museums
Musée d’art Mercian Karuizawa  2006/6/10 (Wed.) - 10/29 (Sun.)

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