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The Attack of Super Realistic Paintings from the Hoki Museum of Art

Period

2020/3/18 (Wed) 〜2020/5/11 (Mon)

Venue

Bunkamura The Museum

Ticket Fee

Same-day ticket >br />General: 1,600 yen
University/high school students: 900 yen
Junior high school and elementary school students: 60 0 yen
(tax included)
If you are requesting a student ticket, please show your student ID card. (Except elementary school students)


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Performance content 【Important】(4/27) 5/7 (Thu) < To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, we have been closed from Tuesday 4/7 to Wednesday, May 6, but all dates after Thursday, May 7 will also be closed. We are sorry to hear that you are very inconvenienced by the customers who were looking forward to the exhibition. Thank you for your understanding.

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Experience the present of Japanese real-life paintings
Br/>Currently, a real-life painting that shows the excitement of a boom. The artists take the time to draw only a few points a year, and the carefully drawn works are not only meticulously depicted, but also created a different presence from photographs and images. In this exhibition, we will present about 70 popular works of the works of the artists representing the present reality paintings of the Hoki Museum, which is called the Hall of Fame of Real-life Paintings. With a wide variety of works by talented artists with a lot of personality, you will be able to fully enjoy the thrill of realism painting.

Real-life paintings are
Paintings based on faithful lye while looking at them. However, there are only a few writers. In an age where digital photography can be taken instantly, real-life painters layer each stroke and paint on to the canvas. There is something more moving than reality. The basic principle is to draw something that is impressed by the artist, and sometimes over a year to finish a piece of work. It is also connected to find out what human existence is that only man can do. It is a different expression from photography, and it is based on drawing as it is, and it draws existence more than that. It is a work with sincere thoughts. A reality painting is a painting that can be entered without any background knowledge.

Exhibitors(planned)
Hiroshi Noda, Kusasuke Morimoto, Tadahiko Nakayama, Toshiro Aoki, Nobuyuki Shimamura, Osamu Oshio, Fumihiko Gomi, Toshihiro Ohata, Hiroshi Ikushima Takeshi Isoe, Masayuki Hara, Kenichiro Ishiguro, Ryo Shiotani& </>Highlights
Point1 Ultimate Technique
Elaborate works drawn with various techniques. The artist takes so much time to gather the works that he has spent his time in to draw only a few pieces a year.
The works that each painter wants to express are not only detailed, but also have a different presence than photographs and images.
There are many large works, so please enjoy the works that were drawn on the big screen.

Point2 A real-life painting that is showing the excitement of the boom now.
To experience the "now" of Japanese real-life paintings.
We will approach the charm by comparing the variety of works by about 30 artists with a lot of individuality.
By touching on the commentary attached to the side of the work at the venue, especially the comments of the artist himself, you can enter the unique world created by the artist, coupled with the power of the finely drawn work.

Point3 The first exhibition of works by major artists from the Hoki Museum of Art, the first exhibition in Tokyo
Hoki Museum of Art opened in Chiba prefecture in 2010 as the world's first museum of real-life painting, and has since brought surprise and excitement to many visitors. More than 10 exhibitions have been held in more than 10 locations throughout Japan, and for the first time, for the first time, the exhibition of works that show the full extent of the museum is currently active in exchange with Spain, the home of real-life paintings.
This is a valuable opportunity to see the selection of popular works of the Hoki Museum, including the work of Takeshi Isoe (1954-2007), who was close lying with Lopez, at the Bunkamura The Museum in Shibuya, where he held a solo exhibition by the charismatic Real-Life Painter Antonio Lopez (1936-) in 2013.

Hoki Museum of Art
Hoki Museum opened in Midori Ward, Chiba City on November 3, 2010 as the world's raremuseum of real-life painting. The collection consists of about 480 real-life paintings collected by Masao Hoki. Facing the green and green Showa forest, the largest park in Chiba City, the corridor gallery spans a total of 500 meters on the first and second basement floors, and you can always appreciate about 150 masterpieces of realism by about 60 contemporary artists, including Kusasuke Morimoto, Hiroshi Noda and Tadahiko Nakayama. Some steel frames float in the air, and some galleries overlook the forest from the windows. On the second basement floor, more than 100 masterpieces, mainly drawings for the Hoki Museum of Art, are exhibited.
*The Hoki Museum of Art is currently closed for a long time. The timing of the reopening is scheduled to open at Hoki Museum HP.
Performances Homepage https://www.bunkamura.co.jp/museum/exhibition/20_choshajitsu/
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Schedule <Period>
2020/3/18 (Wed) 〜2020/5/11 (Mon)


<Schedule>
Period: March 18th (Wed) - May 11th (Mon)
Closed
Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (admission until 17:30)
Ticket Fee Same-day ticket >br />General: 1,600 yen
University/high school students: 900 yen
Junior high school and elementary school students: 60 0 yen
(tax included)
If you are requesting a student ticket, please show your student ID card. (Except elementary school students)


+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Bunkamura The Museum
Remarks Contact: Hello Dial 03-5777-8600


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