"150 Years After: Kuniyoshi Utagawa Exhibition"

Mori Arts Center Gallery

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Kuniyoshi Utagawa was a late Edo period ukiyo-e artist who was born in Nihonbashi. His works are known for their innovative designs and bizarre, imaginative themes and settings. This exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of Kuniyoshi's passing with a showcase of some 420 works including previously unexhibited pieces – the largest ever retrospective of the artist. This is a rare opportunity for viewers to become acquainted with one of ukiyo-e's most celebrated practitioners.

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Schedule

From 2011-12-17 To 2012-02-12
Mon and Wed–Sun 10:00-20:00, Tue 10:00-17:00. Closed on january 18

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yukko_matsumoto: (2012-02-05)

特に浮世絵に興味がない・・・という人ほど見るべき!です。おすすめ。http://ameblo.jp/yukko-i4r/entry-11155230619.html

yukko_matsumoto: (2012-02-15)

http://ameblo.jp/yukko-i4r/entry-11155230619.html

特に浮世絵に興味がない・・・という人ほど見るべき!です。おすすめ。

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