Emerging Artscape: The State of Our Collection

Artizon Museum

poster for Emerging Artscape: The State of Our Collection
[Image: Wassily KANDINSKY Self-Illuminating 1924 Artizon Museum, Ishibashi Foundation]

This event has ended.

*Artizon Museum is temporarily closed from Mar. 3 to Mar. 15.

Commemorating the opening of the museum, all the exhibition spaces will be used to exhibit over 200 pieces, including 30 for the first time, from the Ishibashi Foundation’s collection of over 2,800 pieces. The exhibition will be divided into 2 periods, with the first, ”Expanding Art”, showcasing modern and contemporary art from East to West. The second period, “Exploring Art”, will look deep into the history of art centered around 7 themes.

[Related Events]
1. Saturday Class “Art in the Field”
Date: 1/18-2/8 (4 sessions)
Time: 14:00-15:30
Venue: 3rd floor Lecture Room, no fee
*Numbered tickets will be issued on the day from 12:00 at the entrance of the Lecture Room. Entry will close at full capacity.*
1/18 “Transitioning from Bridgestone Museum to Artizon Museum”
Hiroshi Ishibashi (Director, Artizon Museum)
Takashi Tabata (Museum Creative Director)
(1) 1/25 “Art and Spaces for People” Hiroshi Komeya (Designer, CEO Tonerico, Inc., Professor, Tama Art University)
(2) 2/1 “Ignition: From Design to Design” Masaaki Hiromura (Graphic Designer, CEO Hiromura Design Office)
(3) 2/8 “Homo Pictor Musicalis” Makoto Iwata (Director, Medical Clinic Kakinozaka, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Women’s Medical University)
2. Curator Gallery Talk
Date and Time: 1st Friday of each month 18:30-19:30, 3rd Friday 15:30-16:30
Meeting point: Entrance of 6th floor Exhibition Room
Fee: None
*Please visit official website for more information.



from January 18, 2020 to March 31, 2020



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