Click to Zoom This exhibition focuses on works that deal with the theme of “home” by eight Japanese and international contemporary artists, including Andro Wekua and Kei Takemura. Based on keywords such as history, memory, identity, place, and family conditions and roles, these works shed light on the meaning on home, nation, and family as well as the changes and universality of the regions and societies that we are a part of. The exhibition’s title refers to the special comforts of home, and in viewing the works, we are likely to reflect on our own “home sweet home” within the context of bitter social realities. List of Works (Japanese/English) Andro Wekua, Levan Portrait, 2017 ©Andro Wekua, Courtesy of the artist,Gladstone Gallery, and Take Ninagawa Andro Wekua, Yet to be titled (the house), 2012 Photo by David Regen ©Andro Wekua, Courtesy of the artist,Gladstone Gallery, and Take Ninagawa Yusuke Kamata, The House, 2018 “How Little You Know About Me”Courtesy of MMCA, Korea / Photograph by Moon June Hee (Reference Image) Maria Farrar, The room with the terrace, 2021 The National Museum of Art, Osaka Ishu Han, The Day Spinaches Dreamed in Japanese, 2020, Kobe Art Village Center Sound installation, cardboard boxes, Dimensions variable Photo by Nobutaka Omote ©︎Ishu Han Period June 24–September 10, 2023 Opening Hours 10:00–17:00 (10:00–20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays). *Last admission 30 minutes before closing. Closed Mondays (except July 17) and July 18 Organized by The National Museum of Art, Osaka Sponsored by Daikin Foundation for Contemporary Arts Assisted by ANDO TADAO CULTURE FOUNDATION Admission Adults University students 1,300 (1,100) yen 800 (500) yen （ ）admission for groups of more than 20 people and night discount (applicable after 17:00 on Friday and Saturday). Admission free for visitors under 18 (proof required). Admission free for visitors with disabilities and one attendant (proof required). Tickets for this exhibition also include admission to collection exhibition.