Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art


The Museum Collection:

Pascin: Crossing Boundaries

Jules Pascin, Tracking, 1956

1st Floor: Pascin: Crossing Boundaries
〈Held Currently〉
2nd Floor: Onomatopoeia in Contemporary Glass / The “Countenance” Series by Kataoka Tamako / Enjoy One Special Piece, Yamaguchi Hoshun, Sunflowers / New Acquisitions
2024.03.23 Sat. - 2024.06.16 Sun.

*The exhibition will be Closed for rehanging on May 14 to 17.


Jules Pascin: Crossing Boundaries

Jules Pascin (1885–1930) was born in Bulgaria, grew up in Romania, studied in Vienna, Budapest, and Munich, and emigrated to Paris. Tour the world of this École de Paris artist, who sought freedom abroad and depicted the poor and those living on the fringe of society with empathy.

Onomatopoeia in Contemporary Glass

The myriad forms of contemporary glass evoke a variety of images. This exhibition introduces the richly creative world of contemporary glass based on onomatopoeic expressions such as yura yura (swaying) kune kune (weaving), and mogu mogu (mumbling).

Shioya Naomi, <em>Presage of a Storm</em>, 2001
Shioya Naomi, Presage of a Storm, 2001

The “Countenance” Series by Kataoka Tamako

Works from the newly acquired “Countenance” series are introduced.

Kataoka Tamako, <em>"Countenance Series": Ikkyu</em>, 2000
Kataoka Tamako, "Countenance Series": Ikkyu, 2000

Enjoy One Special Piece

Yamaguchi Hoshun, Sunflowers, 1955

*On display until Sunday, May 12

New Acquisitions

An exhibition of works newly acquired by the museum.

*On display from Saturday, May 18


Adults: 510 (420) yen / Senior high school and university students: 250 (170) yen

Combined ticket for the Museum Collection at Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art and Migishi Kotaro Museum of Art (Except special Exhibitions)

Adults: 830 (670) yen / Senior high school and university students. 410 (270) yen

*Group rate in parentheses applies to groups of 10 persons or more.
*Over 65-year-olds, junior high school students and younger, holders of disability ID and a caregiver, etc. are admitted free of charge. Please show a disability certificate at the reception desk.
*Senior high school students are admitted free on Saturdays and when visiting for educational purposes.
*Free entry for all on July 17 (Hokkaido Citizens’ Day) and July 21 (Museum’s Birthday) and Nov. 1-7 (Art Week).