After first receiving attention as a champion of Anti-Art, Osaka-born Tetsumi Kudo (1935-1990) established a base in Paris in 1962 and while working throughout Europe, evolved a unique world of art by fusing a critical perspective of civilization with scientific reasoning. Known for boldly incisive and provocative works and happenings that dealt with issues such as sex, pollution, atomic power, and genetics, Kudo's practice has recently prompted renewed interest internationally. In this retrospective, we trace the artist's spiritual trajectory over a period of some 30 years through approximately 200 important works from both Japan and abroad.
10:00–17:00, Fridays until 19:00
Admission until 30 minutes before closing
Mondays and November 5, December 24, January 14 except November 4 and national holidays, December 23, January 13. The year-end through the New Year's holidays: December 28-January 4.
Adults : 850 Yen (600 Yen)
University students : 450 Yen (250 Yen)