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Annual Schedule

A Jewel Box from Europe Treasures from the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein

The collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein have a 500 years history and hold outstanding masterpieces of European art. The collections are one of the most important private collections in the world, containing more than 30.000 works. The exhibition introduces paintings from Northern Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, as well as porcelains which express the elaborate taste of the princely family. The works on display give a sense of luxurious life at the royal court.

Period
March 6 - April 19, 2020
Venue
Gallery B (3rd floor)

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Shigeru Ban

From Temporary Housing to Art Museums

In commemoration of OPAM’s 5th anniversary, the museum will run an exhibition featuring the works of Shigeru Ban, a Pritzker Architecture Prize recipient who is the architect of this museum. The exhibition will piece together Ban’s numerous works of architectures including public buildings, houses, as well as disaster relief projects. Let’s take the opportunity to savor the design concept ‘an art museum that acts as Engawa ( veranda ) opening to the city’ at first hand.

Period
May 11 - July 5, 2020
Venue
Gallery A(1st floor)

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110th anniversary Teppei Ujiyama: Yamato-gokoro

This year marks the 110th anniversary since the birth of the painter UJIYAMA Teppei (1910-1986) from Hita city in Oita prefecture.
This exhibition introduces the source of his art mainly by following his words about inspiration; nature of Hita, the picture scroll of Heian period, the Mandala, and so on. It is a chance to view his main works from the early print works to the post-war Painting Series composed of vivid forms, late Yamato-gokoro series, which is full of Japanese spirit.

Period
Oct.30 - Nov.29, 2020
Venue
Gallery B (3rd floor)

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