The Impact of Mexico – Mexican Experiences Shake Japan Radically
Ends in 6 days
Closed Today (Monday)
For the 200th anniversary of Mexico’s Independence, Ichihara Lakeside Museum presents an exhibition considering Japanese artists and their relationship to Mexico and its chaotic interplay of life and death, antiquity and modernity, and reality and hyperreality. Looking back on the history of exchange between Japan and Mexico, the show spotlights eight Japanese artists impacted by the history, landscapes, people, and art of Mexico, exploring their “Mexico experiences” from a variety of angles. Tamiji Kitagawa was influenced by Mexican mural art. Kojin Toneyama and On Kawara both spent time in the country after seeing an exhibition of its art. Taro Okamoto’s “Myth of Tomorrow” was inspired by Mexican art. Manga artist Shigeru Mizuki drew from Mexican folklore and tales of the supernatural. Koji Suzuki’s paintings were influenced by Day of the Dead festivities. Finally, Kaori Oda’s film “Cenote” depicts travels through Mayan caves.
from July 10, 2021 to September 26, 2021
Adults ￥1000; University and High School Students, Seniors 65 & Over ￥800; Junior High School Students and Under, Persons with Disability Certificates + 1 Companion free.
From 10:00 To 17:00
saturdays opening at 9:30, saturdays closing at 19:00, sundays opening at 9:30, sundays closing at 18:00, holidays opening at 9:30, holidays closing at 18:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on a public holiday Monday but closed the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays.