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Possession exhibition modern industrial arts and tea ceremony II (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo industrial arts building)

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Date From Saturday, December 17, 2016 to Sunday, February 9, 2017
From 10:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Closed days Monday (but we are opened on January 2, 9th), the year-end and New Year holidays (from Wednesday, December 28 to January 1, 2017 (Sundays and holidays), Tuesday, January 10
Place National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo industrial arts building (Kitanomaru-koen Park 1-1)
Access

Tozai Line "Takebashi Station" 1b exit, an 8-minute walk

Viewing charges General 210 yen (100 yen), university student 70 yen (40 yen)
※(in), group rate, all more than 20 include consumption tax.
※And person at attendant (one) who lower than high school student and have under 18 years old, person having "MOMAT passport" 65 years old or older, meeting, supporting member of friend, MOMAT support circle partner company (to one companion as for the silver member only as for the person), campus members, disability certificate free.
※In the case of admission, please show thing, member's card, employee ID card, disability certificate to understand of age such as student identification card, driver's license each.
[free viewing day] Monday, January 2, Sunday, February 5
Sponsorship National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Reference TEL: 03-5777-8600 (hello dial)
Homepage http://www.momat.go.jp/

Event contents

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Austere refinement, rust often.

We pick work under the theme of "container of tea ceremony", and this exhibition surveys about molding of tea ceremony from modern times to the present age from collection of close present age industrial arts which National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo possesses.

Relation with tea ceremony is in background where Japanese industrial arts greatly developed into. After modern times, superior work = "calibers of tea ceremony" who made full use of various material have been produced. Settle them, and convey thought of the hand;, "also, as "caliber of expression," "there are a lot of things which proposed originality in molding and design as "container" of choice from master.

We introduce the beauty of form and style of changing "container of tea ceremony" from the Taisho era to Showa and Heisei through work of writer in the close present age including holder of an important intangible cultural property (living national treasure). Besides, we want to have you enjoy preparation by collaboration with "tea-ceremony room" (temporary construction) and combination of container.

[allied event]
■Gallery talk
Researcher at this museum comments on the point of appreciation clearly.

Schedule: Sunday, December 18, 2016, Sunday, December 25, Sunday, February 12, 2017
Time: From 14:00 to 15:00
Place: Industrial arts building venue
※Application-free participation for free (day admission ticket required)

■Touch & talk
Appreciation program by the industrial arts building guide staff. By two copies of constitution with venue talk to introduce the highlight of work to with episode that is rich in information of background and writer in <sawattemiyo corner> and the times to appreciate while touching work or production process document which living national treasure dealt with from up-and-coming young writer, we guide exhibition from various angles.

Schedule: Every week water, Saturday during session
Time: From 14:00 to 15:00
Place: Industrial arts building venue
※Application unnecessary, participation for free (day admission ticket required)

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