Miyako Ishiuchi “Grain And Image”

Yokohama Museum Of Art

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Leading Japanese photographer Miyako Ishiuchi has consistently addressed themes such as existence and absence, people’s memories, and vestiges of time through her images of abandoned buildings, scars, silk kimono, and personal articles that belonged to atomic bomb victims. This exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of her professional debut focuses on “grain” - one of Ishiuchi’s buzz words. Consisting of approximately 240 works, here you can enjoy being captivated by early monochrome works as well as never-before-shown pieces. Don’t miss must-see vintage prints from her debut series “Yokosuka Story.”

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In Conversation
Date: Dec. 9 (Sat) 14:00-15:30 (doors open: 13:30)
Venue: Lecture Hall, Yokohama Museum Of Art
Speakers: Natsuo Kirino (novelist), Miyako Ishiuchi
Capacity: 220
Admission: Free
*Event in Japanese.
*Please see the official website for further details.

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Schedule

from December 09, 2017 to March 04, 2018
Closing at 16:00 on Mar. 1 (Thu), 20:30 on Mar. 3 (Sat). Closed on Thursdays (expect Mar. 1). Closed for the winter holidays Dec. 28 (Thu) to Jan. 4 (Thu).

Artist(s)

Miyako Ishiuchi

Fee

Adults: ¥1500, University & High School Students: ¥900, Junior High School Students: ¥600, Elementary School Students & Under: Free, Seniors 56 and Over: ¥1400.

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 18:00
Closed on Thursdays

Access

Address: 3-4-1, Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken 220-0012
Phone: 045-221-0300 Fax: 045-221-0317

3 minutes walk from exit 3 at Mimatomirai station on the Minatomirai line, 10 minutes walk from Sakuragicho station on the JR line or Municipal subway.

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