"Great Ukiyoe Masters - Common Pleasures, Uncommon Prints - Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts" Exhibition
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The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is one of the leading comprehensive museums in the U.S. with a very fine collection of Japanese art. They hold more than 3000 ukiyoe mainly from the collection of Richard Gale. Selected 250 pieces from their large collection are introduced in this exhibition, including works that are on view for the first time.
- Lecture "Keys of Ukiyoe Portraits of Women"
October 13th (Sat) 14:00-
Lecturer: Shugo Asano (Chiba City Museum of Art)
- Gallery Talk
October 19th (Fri) & November 9th (Fri) 14:00-
[Image: Hiroshige Utagawa "Tokaido-Gojusantsugi Shono"
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ formidable collection of ukiyo-e comes to Tokyo.