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Exhibitions

 2017.04-2018.03
Title & Summary periodAdmission
Art Excursion—On Nature and the Human Being

Since its opening in 2001, Gunma Museum of Art, Tatebayashi has collected works and held exhibitions with focus on “Human Involvement with Nature.” Our collection of oil paintings, sculptures, prints, and other works gathered in line with this theme amount to 940 or so and there are some unique modern and contemporary works to be seen. In this exhibition, these works of marked individuality are presented according to themes such as People, Animals, and Plants so that you can enjoy them as if traveling.
2018.04.28-06.24 general 410(320)yen,
college and high school students 2000(160)yen*
Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Japan-Denmark Diplomatic Relations: Denmark Design—Stylish Forms in Daily Life from Scandinavia

The Nordic country Denmark, famous for Royal Copenhagen porcelain, Lego bricks etc., has turned out many designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegner and Finn Juhl. Furniture, tableware, lighting, and other articles for daily use dating from the latter half of the nineteenth century to the present are gathered to present the charms of this country rich in design.
2018.07.14-08.26 general 820(650)yen,
college and high school students 410(320)yen*
The Itabashi Art Museum Collection: From the 1920s to the 1950s (tentative title)

Japan from the Taisho period to the early Showa period was amidst marked movements in history such as the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, recovery from the disaster, the Great Depression, and World War II. Ever since its opening, Itabashi Art Museum has consistently been collecting works dating from this period and has formed an unparalleled collection. The works presented here reflect the society as it changed by the moment and through them, this exhibition reads deeply into the interactive relation between art and the society and the situation in which the artists were placed.
2018.09.15-12.24general 820(650)yen,
college and high school students 410(320)yen*
EXOTIC×MODERN
French Art Deco and inspiration from afar


In France in the 1920s and the 1930s, when François Pompon was active, the “Art Deco” style spread among wide-ranging genres of art such as fine art, fashion, jewelry, and furniture design. Having become economically affluent, it was a time during which the people’s interest headed abroad to colonies in Africa and Asia. Through works on loan from domestic and foreign collections, this exhibition introduces diverse forms of Art Deco from the aspect of points of contact with foreign cultures.
2019.01.22-03.31general 820(650)yen,
college and high school students 410(320)yen*
* Group discount rates are shown in parentheses.
Sculptor's Studio(Annex)
Title period
From the François Pompon Archives :Pompon’s Tools 2018.04.28-06.24
From the François Pompon Archives :Pompon’s Clippings of Illustrations in Newspapers and Magazines 2018.07.14-08.26
From the François Pompon Archives : Pompon and the First World War
2018.09.15-12.24
From the François Pompon Archives : Photographs of Pompon’s Sculptures
2019.01.22-03.31

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