Nezu Museum of Art Exhibition "The Adventures of Monochrome: Ink and White Painting in the Modern Japan"
In the East, ink has been the main material for writing, as well as for paintings that have developed closely with books. Paintings drawn with such ink are large and can be divided into ink paintings that make full use of shades, blurs, and inflection lines, and white drawings, mainly white-painted paintings with homogeneous thin lines.
In this exhibition, you can see the attractiveness of ink ink, white paint, and its expression, which have pursued the possibilities of ink, according to examples from the Japanese heresy. Painters compete for individuality with elaborate ink ink, or invite the audience to a clean ground with stoic white paint.
From this exhibition, we will introduce a reservation system for specifying the date and time of entry. For details, please check the homepage from the following URL.
|Hours||10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Entry closes at 4:30 p.m.)|
|Holiday||Every Monday except 9/21 (Monday and holiday), 9/23 (Wednesday)|
|Admission||Adults 1100 yen Students 800 yen (disability notebook presenter and companion is 200 yen less, junior high school students and younger free of charge)|