Bae Young Whan
Giorgio de Chirico
John Everett Millais
RongRong & inri
Waswo X. Waswo
From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku. To mark its 10th anniversary, the museum will take the theme of 'love'. Via around 200 works ranging from celebrated contributions to art history, to ambitious new works, the exhibition explores love in its myriad forms.
Curated by: Nanjo Fumio (Director, Mori Art Museum) and Mori Art Museum Curatorial Department
For human beings, love is the most precious of things. To mark its 10th anniversary, the Mori Art Museum will take the theme of "love." Via around 200 works ranging from celebrated contributions to art history, to ambitious new works, the exhibition explores love in its myriad forms - starting romantic love, extending to love of family, and love of mankind. Possessed of a complexity that causes it to occasionally stray into the realms of hatred and jealousy, love also has the ability to transcend conflict of every sort. The exhibition will present renowned works depicting love in its many manifestations, including the new kinds of bond we forge in today's internet - connected world. What does "love" mean to you? Join us to experience love anew, through the medium of art.
Image: Hatsune Miku, Illustration by KEI © Crypton Future Media, INC.
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Mori Art Museum
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower (53f) 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo
Open Hours: 10:00 - 22:00; 10:00 - 17:00 on Tuesdays
Admissions: Adult: ¥1,500; Student (highschool, college, university): ¥1,000; Child (4 years to junior highschool): ¥500