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ART

Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum

Hiroshima Museum of Art

End of year holidays: 12/27 to 1/1

End of year holidays: 12/25-1/1

End of year holidays: 12/29 to 1/2

Well-designed building in Hijiyama hilltop park. Interesting

One of the largest art museums in Western Japan with a

Works by Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso and many more great

sculptures and statues are dotted around the outside of the

large collection of Japanese nihonga painting, traditional

modern European painters in this small, but perfectly

museum that can be viewed for free. Map C p.31 [d-3] 7

Asian art crafts and 1920s and 1930s art. Map A p.30 12

formed museum near Hiroshima Castle. Map C p.31 [B-1] 10

10:00-17:00 Admission to the collection exhibition: Adult

09:00-17:00 Admission to the permanent collection Adult

09:00-17:00 Admission to the general exhibition: Adult

¥370, College students ¥270, High school students, seniors

¥510, College students ¥310, High school students and

¥1000, Seniors ¥500, College & high school students ¥500,

¥170, Junior High School and younger free.

younger free.

Junior high school and elementary school students ¥200

082-264-1121 https://www.hiroshima-moca.jp/

082-221-6246 http://www.hpam.jp/

082-223-2530 http://www.hiroshima-museum.jp/

Admission until 30 minutes before closing. Special exhibition charges vary and usually include admission to permanent collections. Closed Mondays (unless National Holiday when closed the following business day).Hiroshima Museum of Art and Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum open everyday during special exhibitions. Ukiyo-e Exhibition of Monsters and Ghosts

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS

April 24-June 11

Hiroshima Museum of Art Masterpieces from Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims Feb 11-Mar 26 / Adult: ¥1300, High school & college ¥1000, Gallery G Map A p.30 4

Elementary & Junior high school ¥600 / Includes admission to the general exhibition of modern European art.

Private art space opposite the Prefectural Art Museum which Sōma no furudairi: Princess Takiyasha and the Huge Skeleton by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

holds weekly free exhibitions by local artists, designers and artisans. 082-211-3260

Hirayama Ikuo Museum of Art Setoda-cho, Ikuchijima Island, Onomichi city 09:00-17:00

Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

Hirayama Ikuo: Prayer for peace

Tadashi Tonoshiki: The Source of a Compelling

March 18 - May 21 / Adult ¥900, High School & College ¥400,

Reversal

Junior High and younger free

March 18 - May 21 / Adult ¥1030, College ¥720, High school and

L’ Avenue de l’Opéra ou Place du Théâtre Français Camille Pissarro 1898, Reims, Musée des Beaux-Arts ©MBA Reims 2015/Christian Devleeschauwer.

Okuda Genso Sayume Art Museum

seniors ¥510, Junior High and younger free Prayer procession In the Holy Place of Lourdes, France 2008

Miyoshi city (see Page 12)

Hand, 1976 Collection of Shimonoseki City Art Museum

Fukuyama Museum of Art

April 1 - May 28 / Adult 1300 yen, High School & College

Morimura Yasumasa Exhibition Until April 2

School & College ¥500, Junior High and younger free

¥900, Junior High and Elementary School ¥500

MORIMURA, Yasumasa «MNB53 On Photographs Vol-3» 1981, Fukuyama Museum of Art

France and Britain: Art for a New Age 1817-1917

1st March - 16th April / Adult ¥1000, Pair ticket ¥1800, High

San Giorgio Maggiore by Twilight, Claude Monet 1908 © National Museum of Wales

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum

Yamashita Kioshi: The wandering genius painter

«Fireworks,NAGAOKA» paper-mosaic picture 1950.

09:30-17:00 Closed 2nd Wednesday of the month

09:30-17:00, Closed Mondays except 3/20 when closed 3/21, Adult ¥300, High school and younger free

GetHiroshima / Spring 2017

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GetHiroshima Mag Spring 2017  

The best of Hiroshima. In English.

GetHiroshima Mag Spring 2017  

The best of Hiroshima. In English.

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