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Reims is a French city famous for its Champagne and cathedral. The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims, opened in 1913, boasts a renowned, wide-ranging art collection that extends from the Renaissance to today, which includes excellent examples of modern art gifted by the Champagne house Pommery. [ read more ]
Charles-François Daubigny is one of important artist in the history of landscape but in Japan, exhibition focused on Daubigny was not held until today. This is the first time in Japan to focus on the works of Daubigny and it will be nice opportunity to see his works at the same time. [ read more ]
Picasso is considered as the father of modern art. On the same time, he had a classical background. This exhibition shows this tension between modernity and classicism in Picasso's works. [ read more ]
This is the first exhibition in Japan to focus solely on Danish design, it is curated by the Designmuseum Danmark and Michael & Mariko Whiteway. [ read more ]
William Morris(1834-96), a magnificent artist and theorist of 19th century, remains the remarkable figure more than a century after his death. His prodigious imagination created many designs which, are still fascinating us. [ read more ]
William Morris (1834-96) was one of the most prominent British artists and thinkers of the 19th century. This exhibition will display major works of Morris and other designers of the period, highlighting his life dedicated to aesthetic lives and the history of his designs. [ read more ]
The painting of Vlaminck, which has an original style, is popular in Japan and his painting of snow scene, pastoral landscape and still life like flowers fascinate us always. The exhibition will introduce the works of Vlaminck from 1907 to 1958. [ read more ]