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Collection1 80/90/00/10

June 24–September 10, 2023

Collection1 80/90/00/10

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The exhibition “Collection 1: 80/90/00/10,” presents a wide range of artworks from the 1980s to the 2010s, including new acquisitions from last year.

In 2022, the Museum purchased a painting by Takashi Murakami for the first time. 727 FATMAN LITTLE BOY (2017), one of the largest Murakami works in Japan, is part of his signature series “727” begun in 1996. Other new acquisitions include a painting by Minako Nishiyama, another acquisition from last year, an early work by Osamu Kokufu utilizing vehicles, and a photographic work by the German artist Astrid Klein, the first to enter a Japanese museum collection. The present show, with more than 50 exhibits, also features a video installation by Tabaimo, acquired on the occasion of her 2010 solo exhibition “Tabaimo: DANMEN ,” and a painting installation by Kodai Nakahara, purchased following the 2018 exhibition “New Wave: Japanese Contemporary Art of the 1980s .”

Takashi MURAKAMI, Yukinori YANAGI, Andy WARHOL, Roy LICHTENSTEIN, Mike KELLEY, Yoshitomo NARA, Kodai NAKAHARA, Kenji YANOBE, Osamu KOKUFU, Minako NISHIYAMA, Makoto AIDA, Kumi MACHIDA, Chihiro MORI, Yasumasa MORIMURA, Miran FUKUDA, Cindy SHERMAN, Astrid KLEIN, Miwa YANAGI, Araya RASDJARMREARNSOOK, Sherrie LEVINE, Laurie SIMMONS, Erwin WURM, Robert GOBER, Yoshihiro SUDA, Tsuyoshi OZAWA, Thomas STRUTH, TABAIMO, Jiro TAKAMATSU, Alexander CALDER, Joan MIRÓ, Marino MARINI, Mark MANDERS

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.
Mondays (except July 17) and July 18
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The National Museum of Art, Osaka

Sponsored by

Daikin Foundation for Contemporary Arts

Adults University students
430 (220) yen 130 (70) yen
  • ( ) admission for groups of more than 20 people.
  • Admission free for visitors under 18, those 65 and over, and visitors with disabilities and one attendant (proof required).
  • Tickets for “Home Sweet Home” also entitle the holder admission to the collection exhibition.
  • Night discount (applicable after 17:00 on Friday and Saturday)
    Adults: 250 yen, University students: 70 yen.
  • Free admission days: June 24, July 1, August 5, and September 2.
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Distribution price: 320 yen (tax included).
Distribution period: June 24-September 10, 2023
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