The National Art Center, Tokyo "Ludwig Museum Exhibition: Trajectories of 20th Century Art: A Collection of Gems Created by Citizens"
The Ludwig Museum, run by the city of Cologne, Germany's fourth largest city, is one of the world's leading museums, dedicated to the period from the 20th century to the present day. Its outstanding collection has been formed from donations from citizens. This exhibition focuses on collectors such as Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig, who bear the museum's name, and introduces 152 representative works including paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos, such as German Expressionism, Neo-Materialism, Picasso, the Russian avant-garde, and Pop art.
* Every Friday and Saturday until 20:00
*Admission until 30 minutes before closing
|Holiday||Closed every Tuesday|
|Admission||Doors: 2,000 yen (general), 1,200 yen (university students), 800 yen (high school students)|
* Junior high school students and younger are free of charge.
* Those who bring a disability certificate (including one attendant) are free of charge.