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Sumida Hokusai Museum exhibition "Pullout Project"-The Hokusai exhibition of the Smithsonian Institute Fria Art Museum-a high-definition reproduction

Period

2019/6/25 (Tue) 〜2019/8/25 (Sun)

Venue

Sumida Hokusai Museum

Ticket Fee

◆ Adv. (sold until 23:59 on June 24)
High school Students: 560 Yen
65 years and over: 560 yen
Junior High School Students: 240 Yen
Disabled: 240 Yen

◇ Day (Tuesday, June 25, 2016)
General: 1000 Yen
High School and University students: 700 yen
65 years and over: 700 yen
Junior High School students: 300 yen
Disabled: 300 Yen
(All prices included)

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Performance content The Fria Art Museum (United States Washington, D.C.), known as a treasure trove of Japan art, does not have many people who know the name of the Japan because it is a non-outward policy on the collection. In this exhibition, with the cooperation of the Fria Museum of Art, the Kyoto Cultural Association and Canon's "pullout project" produced 13 high-definition reproductions from among the world's largest collection of Hokusai's brush paintings, This exhibition will be exhibited with approximately 130 related works held by the Sumida Hokusai Museum. In addition to the detailed research on the six-piece masterpiece "Tamagawa Rokukei", the "Waves map" (※ Exhibits high-definition reproduction) and the representation of the wave of the prints of the museum's "Thirty-six Kei Kanagawa off the coast of Mt. Tomigaku", etc. Through the competition of state-of-the-art digital technology and authentic works, Hokusai art essence.

National Smithsonian Institute Fria Art Museum
In 1923, the museum was established in Washington, D.C., USA. It is one of the Smithsonian museum groups. In addition to the artworks collected by the businessman Charles Lang Frier (1854-1919), the adjacent Arthur M. Sagler Gallery, the number of Japan art collections is approximately 12700 points Among them, Hokusai is one of the world's most renowned collections. Freea's will has made all the items in the collection not out of the gate, and the policy is still preserved.

Pullout Project (official name: Cultural Asset Future Succession project)
For the purpose of preserving original cultural assets and utilizing high-definition reproductions This is a social contribution activity promoted by the Kyoto Cultural Association and Canon Corporation. By integrating the advanced digital technology leading to canon input, image processing and output, and the craftsmanship of Kyoto traditional crafts, we have produced high-definition reproductions of precious cultural properties transmitted from the Japan to the long-time, such as folding screens, Fusuma painting, and picture scrolls, and donated to temples and shrines and museums.
Performances Homepage https://hokusai-museum.jp/modules/Exhibition/exhibitions/view/738
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Schedule <Period>
2019/6/25 (Tue) 〜2019/8/25 (Sun)


<Schedule>
◆ June 25 (Tue)-August 25 (Sun), 2019
Time ◆ 9:30-17:30 (admission until 17:00)
First semester: June 25 (Tue)-July 28 (Sun)
Second semester: July 30th (Tue)-August 25th (Sun)
※ There is some exhibition change in the longitudinal period.
closed ◆ 7/1 (Mon), 7/8 (Mon), 7/16 (Mon), 7/29 (Mon), 8/5 (Mon), 8/13 (Tue), 8/19 (Mon)
Ticket Fee ◆ Adv. (sold until 23:59 on June 24)
High school Students: 560 Yen
65 years and over: 560 yen
Junior High School Students: 240 Yen
Disabled: 240 Yen

◇ Day (Tuesday, June 25, 2016)
General: 1000 Yen
High School and University students: 700 yen
65 years and over: 700 yen
Junior High School students: 300 yen
Disabled: 300 Yen
(All prices included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Sumida Hokusai Museum
Remarks * Children below are free.
* Students (including technical colleges, vocational schools, and vocational school students) must present student handbooks or student IDs.
* If you are over 65 years old, please present the proof of your age.
※ You can see the person who has the personal disability Handbook, the Love Pocketbook, the Rehabilitation Handbook, the Mentally Handicapped person health and Welfare Handbook, the Radiation Victim Health Handbook Please show the person with a disability handbook.)
※ Tickets for this exhibition can be viewed on the day of the show only on the day of exhibition (except for the exhibition).
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