Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki 30th Anniversary - Selected Works from the Collection: From Monet, Renoir and Taikan to Ay-O
[Image: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, "Mademoiselle Francois" (1917)]
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Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, the exhibition showcases 100 carefully selected masterpieces from the museum’s 4000 piece collection collected over a 71-year period. Exhibited works include Mito native Taikan Yokoyama Nihonga masterpiece ‘Ryuto’ and impressionist masterworks by Monet and Renoir among others.
1. Gallery Talk by Museum Curator
Date and Time: 2/24 (Sun) 14:00-
Venue: Special Exhibition Room
Capacity: No limit specified (No prior reservation necessary, exhibition ticket only)
Curator: Sachi Nagamatsu (Assistant Head Curator)
2. Former Curators Share Their Experiences Building the Collection
Date and Time: (1) 3/2 (Sat) 14:00- (3) 3/10 (Sun) 14:00-
Venue: Basement Lecture Hall
Capacity: 250 (no reservations or fees)
Lecturer: (1) Yoko Fujimoto (MOMA, Ibaraki former Special Exhibition Section Head) “Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Museum with Stories of Its Collection”
Rikiei Funaki (former Tsukuba Art Museum Branch Head) “Tsune Nakamura and Western Fine Art”
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