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1894visions ルドン、ロートレック展

時代を超えて、つながるもの。時代を超えて、つながるもの。

Sat. October 24, 2020 to Sun. January 17, 2021 Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo 10th Anniversary Exhibition

  • Organized by : Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, / Tokyo, Nikkei Inc.
    With the support of : Embassy of France / Institut francais du Japon
  • With the sponsorship of : Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
    With the planning cooperation of : The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu

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1894visions ルドン、ロートレック展

Spotlight on 1894,
the Year in Which
the
Mitsubishi Ichigokan Building
Was Completed

The tenth anniversary of the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo (MIMT), culminates in this exhibition focusing on the era of two artists at the core of the MIMT’s collection, Odilon Redon and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. In particular, the exhibition centers on “1894,” the year in which the Mitsubishi Ichigokan building was completed as the first office building in the Marunouchi district.
The year 1894 is when Redon released his first color works, and it also coincides with the publication of the print portfolio L’Estampe originale (1893-95), to which Toulouse-Lautrec, Redon, and Paul Gauguin contributed.
Meanwhile in Japan, this was also the period when the painter Yamamoto Hosui, who studied in France under the same teacher as Redon, produced his magnum opus Urashima. Thus, the exhibition also examines the connections between Japanese Western-style painters and European art history.
Planned in coordination with the Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, which prides itself on its world-leading collection of works by Redon and his contemporaries, the exhibition features items from that collection, mainly priceless charcoal drawings and pastels by Redon as well as multicolored woodblock prints by Gauguin, along with works by Yamamoto Hosui and other luminaries of Japanese Western-style painting from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In total, the exhibition is comprised of over 140 artworks from collections in Japan and overseas. (Some of the works on display are changed between the two phases of the exhibition.)

  • First partOdilon Redon
    Dans le rêve, VIII. Vision
    1879 lithographie, papier 
    27.4×19.8cm 
    Mitsubishi Ichigokan
    Museum, Tokyo

  • Odilon Redon
    Entretien mystique
    c. 1896 oil on canvas 
    65.0×46.0cm 
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu

  • Second partPaul Gauguin
    NOANOA NOANOA
    (Embaumé,embaumé/Fragrant Scent)
    1893-94 woodcut 35.5×20.4cm
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu

  • First part
    Second part
    Félix Vallotton 
    Le Bain
    1894 woodcut 18.1×22.4cm
    Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo

  • YAMAMOTO Hosui
    Urashima(Old Japanese Folktale)
    c. 1893-95 oil on canvas 122.0×168.0cm 
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu

  • Second partPaul Gauguin
    NOANOA NOANOA(Embaumé,
    embaumé/Fragrant Scent)
    1893-94 woodcut 35.5×20.4cm
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu

OUTLINE

tax is included in the admission fee

  • Exhibition DatesSat. October 24, 2020 to
    Sun. January 17, 2021
  • Opening hour10:00〜18:00 
    (Sat.-Thu. /-21:00 on Fridays (apart from holidays) and on the second Wednesday
    of the month.
    ※Last entry 30 minutes prior to closing time.
  • ClosedNovember 2, 9, 16, 24, 25,
    December 7, 14, 21, 31,
    January 1
  • Admission FeesAdult : JPY 1,700
    High school and
    University students : JPY 1,000
    Elementary and
    Junior High school students : FREE
    ※Disabled persons can receive half-price ticket upon presenting disability certificate.
    (Valid only on the day of purchase)
    *Free for one accompanying person.
  • Organized byMitsubishi Ichigokan
    Museum, Tokyo,
    Nikkei Inc.
  • With the
    support of
    Embassy of France /
    Institut francais du Japon/
  • With the
    sponsorship of
    Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
  • With the planning
    cooperation of
    The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu
  • Inquiries+81-3-5777-8600 (English)

Important Announcement:
Notes When Purchasing Tickets

As a preventive measure against the further spread of COVID-19, there is a cap on the number of visitors admitted to this exhibition each hour.

No advance tickets will be sold for this exhibition.

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Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum,Tokyo

2-6-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, JAPAN

  • 5 min. from the Marunouchi South Exit of JR Tokyo Station.
  • 6 min. from the Tokyo International Forum Exit of
    JR Yurakucho Station.
  • 3 min. from Exit 1 of Nijubashimae<Marunouchi> Station
    on the Chiyoda Line of the Tokyo Metro.
  • 6 min. from Exit D3 or D5 of Yurakucho Station
    on the Yurakucho Line of the Tokyo Metro.
  • 3 min. from Exit B7 of Hibiya Station
    on the Mita Line of the Toei Subway.
  • 6 min. from Exit of Tokyo Station
    on the Marunouchi Line of Tokyo Metro.