The Beauty of the Imperial Household in Connection with Hiroshima: The Masterpieces of the Museum of the Imperial Cellections, Sannomaru Shozokan [Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art]

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The Beauty of the Imperial Household in Connection with Hiroshima: The Masterpieces of the Museum of the Imperial Cellections, Sannomaru Shozokan [Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art]

The Imperial Household Agency San-no-Maru Shōzōkan is a facility located in the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace that houses and manages a collection of approximately 9,800 items donated and bequeathed by the Imperial Family, including paintings, calligraphy, and crafts handed down from generation to generation.

This exhibition features a selection of masterpieces from the collection of the Imperial Household Agency's San-no-Maru Shōzōkan, including folding screens that decorated the great rites of the Showa period and lovely bonbonnieres made as souvenirs for various celebrations.
The exhibition includes works by Ito Jakuchu, a popular painter of the Edo period, works related to Taira no Kiyomori and his son Shigemori, works from the Asano family, the feudal lord of Hiroshima, and works by Kodama Kibo, Rokkaku Shisui, Shimizu Nanzan, Hirayama Ikuo, and other artists. Ikuo Hirayama, and other modern and contemporary artists. and Ikuo Hirayama, among others.

The Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art will also be presenting works of art from this exhibition.

In addition, the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art will also present approximately 80 works (including changing exhibits) from its collection related to this exhibition, to create a world of beauty that connects the Imperial Family and Hiroshima. The exhibition will also include approximately 80 works from the Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum's collection (including changing exhibits).

NOTE:There will be major exhibition changes during the exhibition period.
First Period: September 16 (Fri.) - October 10 (Mon.), 2022
Second Period: October 12 (Wed.) - October 30 (Sun.), 2022

■Instagram Live
Date and time: October 6 and 13 (Thursday), 17:00~
Official Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hiroshima_pref_art_museum/

English translation available


* Opening information may change to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus infection. Please check the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art (phone, HP, SNS) for the latest information.

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INFORMATION

Duration
2022/09/16(FRI) - 2022/10/30(SUN)
Time
9:00-17:00 (admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Closed: Mondays except holidays and Tuesday, October 11
*Extended hours until 19:00 every Friday (admission until 18:30.)

There will be major exhibition changes during the exhibition period.
First Period: September 16 (Fri.) - October 10 (Mon.), 2022
Second Period: October 12 (Wed.) - October 30 (Sun.), 2022
Location
Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art
price
General 1400 yen
High school/university student 1000 yen
Middle school students and younger are free
* Advance tickets: 200 yen discount for groups of 20 people or more

Advance ticket sales offices: Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art, Seven Ticket (Seven Code: 096-117), Lawson Ticket (L code: 61309), Ticket Pia (P code: 686-142), Hiroshima City/Kure City Sold at major play guides, galleries and art supply stores, You Me Town Hiroshima, etc.
address
2-22 Kaminobori-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
OrganizerCo-sponsored
SponsorshipCooperation

Organizer: Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art, Hiroshima Television, Izumi Techno, Imperial Household Agency
inquiry

Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art
TEL: 082-221-6246 FAX: 082-223-1444

ACCESS

730-0014
2-22 Kaminobori-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima

・By bus: Take the Hiroshima Kanko Loop Bus “Hiroshima Meipuru-pu” Orange Route from JR Hiroshima Station Shinkansen Exit → Get off at “Prefectural Museum of Art (Shukkeien Mae)”

・When using a streetcar: JR Hiroshima Station South Exit Platform A: Take Platform 1, 2, or 6 → Transfer to “Hatchobori” → Get off at Hakushima Line “Shukkeien Mae”

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