Nude: Art from The Tate Collection

Yokohama Museum Of Art

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Nudes are an important theme in Western art. Numerous artists from Renoir, Degas, Matisse, and Rodin to Picasso, Bacon, and Hockney took up the challenge of painting nudes. They have been expressed in historical paintings, sculptures, photographs, and prints and in settings including the stage, bathhouses, bedrooms, and temples. This exhibition will take us through the Tate Modern’s collection on a 200-year journey of the nude. The exhibition will feature for the first time in Japan Rodin’s sculpture ’The Kiss’.

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1. ‘Nakedness and the nude: A New Perspective on Nudity in Art’ special talk
Date: 3/24 (Sat) 14:00-15:30
Location: Lecture Hall
Capacity: 200 people
Fee: None

2. ‘Nude Techniques’ talk
Speaker: Shuji Takashina
Date: 5/19 (Sat) 14:00-15:30
Location: Lecture Hall
Fee: None

3. Museum at Night
Date: 4/21 (Sat) 17:30-20:30
Location: Lecture Hall
Age requirement and capacity: 18 years and older, 200 people
Fee: ¥3,500

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