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The Museum Collection: Collection Stories: European Prints

Collection Stories: European Prints / Collection Stories: Op Art / Collection Stories: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass / Enjoy One Special Piece
The  museum will be closed from Jan. 24 to Feb. 4 to replace some of the works on exhibit.
2021.11.17 Wed. - 2022.04.03 Sun.

Overview

Collection Stories: European Prints(1F)

Fine examples of European prints spanning approximately 500 years, from Albrecht Dürer at the beginning of the sixteenth century to Antoni Clavé, who was active in the latter half of the twentieth century, are introduced. See how printmaking evolved and diversified over the years.

Collection Stories: Op Art(1F)

Op art attracted attention in the latter half of the 1960s for its sense of movement and light brought about by the optical effects of patterns composed of geometric forms. Examples of Op art from our collection are brought together in this show.

Collection Stories: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass(2F)

Art Nouveau and Art Deco were artistic styles which flourished for several decades from the end of the nineteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century. Numerous examples of glasswork that absorbed the changes of the times and society, and were produced employing new motifs, forms, and techniques, will be presented.

Enjoy One Special Piece(2F)

Fukai Katsumi, Two Thirty-seven, 1976
(11.17 wed. - 1.23 sun.)

Kikkawa Reika, Portrait of Laotzu, 1917
(2.5 sat. - 4.3 sun.)

Admission

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, etc. are admitted free of charge.
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), July 21 (Museum’s Birthday) and Nov. 1–7 (Art Week).

Exhibition preview

Preview some of the works that will be on display at the exhibition. 
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