"Photographs and Paintings in Modern Japanese Art" Exhibition
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Photography, which was invented in the 19th century, has had a wide-ranging influence on visual culture. This exhibition examines aspects of its impact in Japan. The establishment and development of modern Japanese photography are reconsidered by comparing photography with various media such as oil painting, nihonga, and printmaking.
Lecture "The independence of photography -Photography as art", Shoko Okazuka (Curator, Edo Tokyo Museum), July 19th (Sun) 14:00-16:00, Events Hall Museum of Modern Art Hayama, Advanced reservation required, Free
Gallery talk by gallery curator, July 4th (Sat) and August 8th (Sat) 14:00-, Museum of Modern Art Hayama, Reservation not required, Free (ticket for the exhibition required)
[Image: Chutaro Ando "Interior of a Japanese Temple" (1893)]
From 2009-06-27 To 2009-08-23