Collection 1

April 5 (Tue.) - June 19 (Sun.), 2016

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This exhibit focuses on two themes related to Japanese contemporary art. The first is a group of contemporary prints made primarily by Kansai-based artists between the 1970s and 1990s, a transitional period in the genre. The artists' use of experimental expressions and new techniques, designed to overturn traditional printmaking concepts, expanded the potential of prints as a cutting-edge medium. The second section focuses on paintings by a younger generation of artists who were born during that transitional period. These works provide us with an intriguing look into the future of art.

  • Organized by The National Museum of Art, Osaka
  • Sponsored by Daikin Foundation for Contemporary Arts


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Tsukasa Izuhara, enough by One, 1989, The National Museum of Art, Osaka

Hideki Kimura, Pencil 2-1, 1974, The National Museum of Art, Osaka

Toshiyuki Konishi, Untitled, 2014, The National Museum of Art, Osaka


Opening Hours

10:00-17:00 (10:00-19:00 on Fridays)
*Last entry 30 minutes before closing.


Mondays except May 2, 2016.

Admission Fee

Adults: 430(220) yen
University students: 130(70) yen

  • *( ) admission for advance purchase and groups of more than 20 people.
  • *Children(up to High school students), under 18, senior citizens(over 65), disabled people with one attendant: Free.
  • *Including "The Posters of Ikko Tanaka".
  • *Free admission days: Apr. 9, May 7, 14, Jun. 4, 2016.
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