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Joseph kuderuka exhibition (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo sponsorship)

Date From Wednesday, November 6, 2013 to January 13, 2014 Monday (holiday)
From 10:00 to 17:00 (on Friday from 10:00 to 20:00) ※Until 30 minutes before admission closing each
Closed days Every Monday
(opened on December 23, January 13), Tuesday, December 24, the year-end and New Year holidays (from Saturday, December 28 to January 1 Wednesday (holiday))
Place National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (Kitanomaru-koen Park 3-1)
Plan exhibition gallery

Tozai Line "Takebashi Station" 1b exit, a 3-minute walk

Viewing charges General 850(600) Japanese yen, university student 450(250) Japanese yen
(in), group rate, all more than 20 include consumption tax.
※One and person of attendant (one) who lower than high school student and have under 18 years old, disability certificate are free of charge.
※At the rate mentioned above only for the day of the admission,
Of simultaneous holding "lay modern product design - Made in Japan"; exhibition,
"Close-up industrial arts" which is held with possession exhibition "MOMAT collection" and industrial arts building,
You can see from "60 times of Japanese folkcraft exhibitions commemorative industrial arts to KOGEI".
Sponsorship National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, magnum photo Tokyo branch office
Reference National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
TEL: 03-5777-8600 (hello dial)

Event contents

Holding first in Joseph kuderuka retrospective show Asia
FRANCE.Nord-Pas-de-Calais region.Pas-de-Calais department .1986 ./GB.Wales.Cardiff.Parking entrance.1997./
GB.Wales.Cardiff Bay.1997.Inner harbour.Graving dock.
Than "chaos" Nord = Pas-de-Calais, French (1986) / Wales, British (1997) / Wales, U.K. (1997)
(c)Josef Koudelka/Magnum Photos

Joseph kuderuka (1938 Czechoslovakia birth) is one of the photographers attracting attention most in the world today. Book exhibition is exhibition to introduce the most new item to from the early days.
In kuderuka which has begun to announce photograph in the early 1960s while working as aviation engineer, the existence comes to be known to photograph world of Czechoslovakia for introduction of acquaintance through photograph in theater of Prague that began shooting. We quit work of engineer in 1967 and start activity as photographer of freelance. We photograph Prague invasion of the Warsaw Treaty Organization forces in the next year. The photograph was delivered to the west as anonymity, and kuderuka left the native land triggered by it in 1970.
We announce series such as "eguzairuzu Exiles 1968-1994" photographed after the U.K., "Gypsies Gypsies1962-1970" where we worked on later based in France from Czechoslovakia Era and the exile at first in various parts of Europe. They were appreciated as work which comprised civilization theory-like depth around the times called the 20th century by image with unique strength while being poetic while catching shadow of the small life of people of Ichii, and the name came to be known to kuderuka in at a bound European and American photograph world.
Book exhibition held as the first full-scale retrospective show of kuderuka in native land Czech Republic, National Gallery of Prague in 2002 went around afterwards in Turkey and Mexico. Vintage print which was not displayed conventionally increases by first Tokyo exhibition becoming held in Asia and does with new constitution that the most new item included series of "chaos Chaos 1986-2012" with work of panorama format wrestling from the late 1980s in and introduces the work world of kuderuka continuing up to the present day from the early days.



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