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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/japan60-kyoto3 Thank you! The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (MoMAK), exhibits exemplary Japanese and international contemporary works, with a particular focus on the Kansai region and Kyoto, allowing visitors an unrivaled insight into modern perspectives of Japan’s old capital. Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art is one of the oldest art museums in Japan and this fine museum holds several major exhibitions a year, as well as a variety of free shows.

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JAPAN Kyoto Short but sweet touching trip 3

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Formerly the Imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years, Kyoto is known as the thousand-year capital. It has a population close to 1.5 million. The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (MoMAK), exhibits exemplary Japanese and international contemporary works, with a particular focus on the Kansai region and Kyoto, allowing visitors an unrivaled insight into modern perspectives of Japan’s old capital. In 1984, Fumihiko Maki, a professor from Tokyo University designed the new structure of the Museum. The total area of the Museum is nearly 10,000 square meters with the area of exhibition is more than 2,000 square meters

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The National Museum of Modern Art is located in Okazaki, adjacent to the giant torii gate of Heian Shrine and opposite the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

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The Heian Shrine torii is one of the largest and tallest gates in Japan. The torii is 24.2 meters tall, and the massive supporting beams are 3.63 meters in diameter

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The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (MoMAK) Holding an impressive collection, as well as fascinating temporary exhibitions, the Collection Gallery rotates the displayed works continually throughout the year, inviting re-explorations of their featured works Torii gate of Heian Shrine

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Special feature: Modern Crafts in Kyoto

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Tsuboi, Asuka (1932-) Nuts of Pleasure 1973

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Kawai, Kanjiro (1890-1966) Vase 1962

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Yamada, Hikaru (1924-2001) Tower Kitta Tsubo 1964

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Kumakura, Junkichi (1920-1985) Man of Wind ’67 1967

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Kusube, Yaichi (1897-1984) Vase with design of Pink Plum-blossoms, overglaze enamels 1937

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Shimizu, Uichi (1926-2004) Large bowl, celadon 1973

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Tomimoto, Kenkichi (1886-1963) Large ornamental jar of fern design with overglaze enamels and gold 1960

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Kawai, Kanjiro (1890-1966) Rosanjin Kitaoji, Momoyama-style Covered Lacquer Bowls with Grass Design (1944)

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Sato, Satoshi (1936-) Object “Muso” 1984

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Hattori, Shunsho (1943-) Ornamental Box, “Sea of the Moon”

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Special feature: Modern Crafts in Kyoto

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Isa, Toshihiko (1924-2010) Day of a Wedding (Pine Pattern)

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Nagaki, Toshijiro (1902-1963) Kimono, pattern of maple leaves and autumn plants 1957

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Moriguchi, Kun ihiko (1941-) Kimono with n et pattern Kitamura, Takeshi (1935-) Coat of ra fabric with double crossed pattern 1982

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Tomioka Tessai (1836-1924) Distant View of Mt. Fuji ・ Autumn View of Kankakei 1905

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Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) Maijitaku - Preparing to dance (1941)

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Uemura Shoen Merry Season of Cherry Blossoms 1907-1912 Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) Mother and Child Uemura Shoen Fairy Lady, Chu Lian Xiang

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Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) Looking up at the Rainbow, 1932

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Shoko Uemura (1902-2001) Peacock , 1983 Shoko Uemura (1902-2001)

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Fujita, Tsuguharu Nude with Tapestry , 1923 Fujita, Tsuguharu Madeleine in Mexico 1934

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Fujita, Tsuguharu Nu Allongé , 1937

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Textile design by Felice “Lizzi” Ueno-Rix, from Vienna Workshop to Kyoto

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Textile design by Felice “Lizzi” Ueno-Rix

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Textile design by Felice “Lizzi” Ueno-Rix

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The Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, located across from MOMAK, near Heian Shrine

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Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art is one of the oldest art museums in Japan (opened in 1928 as a commemoration of the Showa emperor's coronation ceremony)

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This fine museum holds several major exhibitions a year, as well as a variety of free shows. It’s always worth stopping by to see if something is on while you are in town

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Ceiling of the second floor of Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art

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The large brick building has a lot of floor space and shows a wide variety of exhibitions, from major works from the museum's collection to winning entries in local competitions.

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Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) Springtime of Life 1899

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Tsuchida Bakusen (1887-1936)

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Akino Fuku (1908-2001) Red Clothes (1938) Nakamura Daizaburo (1898-1947)

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Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) Fine weather day 1941 Keigetsu Kikuchi Walk 1934

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Takeuchi Seihō Tabby Cat (1924)

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Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art Completion of construction: 1933 Total floor space: 9,349m²

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Vermeer and Rembrandt: The Masters of the 17th Century Dutch Golden Age - Theaters of the Women of the World This exhibition introduces the Dutch Golden Age and painters of the era through around 60 artworks. The highlights include Young Woman with a Water Pitcher by Vermeer and Bellona by Rembrandt; both presented to the public for the first time in Japan

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Pieter de Hooch 'A Woman and her Maid in a Courtyard' (ca. 1660) National Gallery London

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Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch, 1606–1669) Bellona (the Roman goddess of war) Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669) Bellona (the Roman goddess of war) Metropolitan Museum of Art Detail

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Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1632–1675) Young Woman with a Water Pitcher (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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Eating “Vermeer and Rembrandt: The Masters of the 17 th Century Dutch Golden Age”

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“VERMEER AND REMBRANDT exhibition-limited tea coffee porcelain bowl plate" 7,560 yen (tax-included)

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