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Annual Schedule

2017 Collection Exhibition Ⅵ"Spirit of Japanese culture"

Period
February 9 - April 10, 2018
Venue
Collection Gallery (3rd floor)

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NITTEN, The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition The 4th Reorganized New NITTEN in Oita

NITTEN is the art association that has the longest history in Japan. The many well-known artists such as Asakura Fumio, Fukuda Heihachiro, Takayama Tatsuo and Iwasawa Shigeo, all from Oita, belonged to NITTEN. OPAM hosts the Forth Reorganized New NITTEN exhibition and shows the aspect of art today.

Period
April 5 - May 6, 2018
Venue
Gallery A(1st floor)/ Gallery B(3rd floor)

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Collection Exhibition Ⅰ “The Art in Comparison”

Comparing the artworks on many perspectives, such as classic and modern, West and East, color and form, it aims to enhance appreciation of artworks.

Period
April 13 - June 5, 2018
Venue
Collection Gallery(3rd floor)

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Tea Ceremony Fascination of Art and Design

Marcel Wanders, Sudo Reiko, Miyake Mai

Tea Ceremony Fascinetion of Art and Design is the exhibition that focuses on the installation-oriented display by three artists, Marcel Wanders, Sudo Reiko and Miyake Mai, who made the special artworks for OPAM's atrium. The room will change into the stimulating environment by the three worldly renowned artists.

Period
June 15 - July 22, 2018
Venue
Gallery A(1st floor)

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Takayama Tatsuo Retrospective

The retrospective shows the overall career of the artist who was born in Oita and led the artworld of post-war Japan. Through his master works and interesting materials, the exhibition gives a close look at the universe and the spirit of Takayama Tatsuo.

Period
July 7 - August 19, 2018
Venue
Gallery B(3rd floor)

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Splendor of Japanese Modern

Collection of The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

The exhibition features the masterpice of modern and contemporary Japanese art from The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. It aims to show the splendor of paintings in Kyoto.

Period
September 28-October 21
Venue
Collection Gallery(3rd floor)

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Future of Sea and Space

As the first joint collaboration between JAXA and JAMSTEC, the exhibition provides the opportunity to approach the lastest scientific technology through the models, the movies and the documentation about the development and the future of aerospace and marine science.

Period
October 2-November 25
Venue
Atrium / Collection Gallery(3rd floor)

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On Japanese Beauty, National Treasure

Masterpiece from Tokyo National Museum

With the cooperation from The Agency of Cultural Affairs and Tokyo National Museum, the exhibition represents masterpieces including National Treasure and Important Culture Property. The exhibition introduces the essence of the beauty developed through Japanese history and culture.

Period
November 2-November 25
Venue
Collection Gallery(3rd floor)

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