Mori Arts Center Gallery "Basquiat Made in Japan"
Jean-Michel Basquiat appeared like a comet in the art scene of the 1980s. Basquiat has frequently visited Japan to hold six solo exhibitions and 10 group exhibitions, incorporating motifs and hiragana into his work that reflected the state of The 80s that were in the bubble economy like Yen. In this exhibition, Dieter Buchhart, the world's leading author of Basquiat Research, reveals the various ties between Basquiat and Japan, as well as the unknown influence swayed by Japan's rich history and culture. This is japan's first full-scale exhibition of original Japanese paintings, objects and drawings from all over the world.
|Hours||10:00 - 20:00|
*Closed at 17:00 on September 25 (Wed), September 26 (Thu) and October 21 (Mon) *Admission is 30 minutes before closing.
|Holiday||September 24 (Tue)|
|Admission||General: Advance 1,900 yen 2,100 yen on the day|
High school and college students: 1,400 yen advance 1,600 yen on the day
Elementary and junior high school students: 900 yen advance 1,100 yen on the day
*A free audio guide will be provided to all visitors. *Those who have disabilities handbooks for the disabled, medical handbooks, mental health and welfare handbooks, a love handbook, and a health handbook for survivors of the atomic bomb are half the price on the day. Please bring your disability handbook when you visit the museum.
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*Free for preschoolers
*More than 15 organizations
※Cancellation and the change after the purchase cannot be done at all.
*In case of crowding in the venue, you may have to wait until the entrance in exchange.
*Resale of tickets for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited under any circumstances.
*If it turns out that it is a ticket that has been resold at an auction, we will refuse entry.
*Large baggage is not allowed. *Baggage inspection will be carried out at the entrance to the venue to protect the work. Thank you for your understanding.