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The first part is from April 1 - May 10, 2021.
The second part is from May 13 - June 28, 2021.
THE AFRICANART Ⅰ
THE AFRICANART Ⅰ
THE AFRICANART Ⅰ
The world has been facing such a difficult time since Covid-19 was widely spread out. The museum’s 10th opening anniversary introducing representative works in our African art collection was canceled and could not organize it in year 2020. As a result, The museum has decided to expand three special exhibitions throughout the year for displaying the most remarkable works of our African art collection this year. Not only Picasso or Black, Modigliani, Matisse, Klee, Leger, Brancusi, Giacometti, Henry Moore, and many other artists whom lived in Paris during early 20th century were all inspired by African art. Their visions which came from African art give us interesting configurations’, forms, expressions, and material textures that attract people’s feelings and emotions. It has the power to influence our hearts and we become captivated by its mysterious beauty. Over several hundred years, each ethnic groups selected forms and expressions uniquely derived from their roots. More and more their works of art were inspired by their spirit and we too can experience their hopes of surviving, existing, and living. These are the origins of their spiritual creation. We who live in modern times can be inspired by African art.
Open=9:30am〜5:00pm
Closed=Tuesday and Wednesday (open national holidays and G.W)
Displayed artworks will be completely changed in the first and second half of the exhibition.
Nominal support: Embassy of the Republic of Mali, Embassy of Burkina Faso, Embassy of the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon, Embassy of Democratic Republic of Congo, Hokuto City, Hokuto City Board of Education, YBS Yamanashi Broadcast, Yamanashi Nichinichi Shinbun, The Asahi Shinbun Kofu General Branch, The Mainichi Daily News Kofu Branch, The daily Yomiuri Kofu Branch, Yatsugatake Journal, and FM Yatsugatake.
The First part of its exhibition starts from July 1 - September 14, 2020.
The Second part starts from September 17 - November 30, 2020.
FINE SPIRITUAL ART
FINE SPIRITUAL ART
FINE SPIRITUAL ART
Diverse ethnic groups of the native people live in the world, so that they have developed original culture while their living. Each of them has various rituals and customs that statues, masks, textiles, or tools with unique patterns and forms were created for these. This exhibition introduces distinctive artworks of the various native people from Africa, Oceania, Indonesia, Philippines, Himalaya, and Asia. It is to celebrate 10th anniversary of the museum that the first part of the exhibition will be consisted of the artworks from African and Oceania. The second part will introduce the artworks from Africa, Indonesia, Philippines, Himalaya, and Asia selected the most extraordinary piece among our collection. In addition, we exhibit completely different objects in the first and second part of the exhibition.
Nominal support: Embassy of the Republic of Mali, Embassy of Burkina Faso, Embassy of the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Embassy of the Republic of Cameroon, Embassy of Democratic Republic of Congo, Australian Embassy, New Zealand Embassy, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, Royal Thai Embassy, Honorary Consulate-General of the Kingdom of Bhutan, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines, Embassy of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Hokuto City, Hokuto City Board of Education, YBS Yamanashi Broadcast, Yamanashi Nichinichi Shinbun, The Asahi Shinbun Kofu General Branch, The Mainichi Daily News Kofu Branch, The daily Yomiuri Kofu Branch, Yatsugatake Journal, and FM Yatsugatake.
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