When: 24/03/16 - 10/04/16: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum , 8-36 Uenokoen
Emile Galle was a leader in the “Art Nouveau” movement throughout Europe during the late 19th century. His decorative glass pieces are coveted and have been on display in international expositions over the years. Galle’s passion for gardening and botany is a common theme in his work, so the timing of the exhibition is perfect for the onset of spring.
His uniquely shaped artisan ceramics and detailed paintings have been celebrated by experts and fans alike for more than a century. The up-close opportunity to gaze and explore his blending of art and science will be a fleeting one, before the exhibition moves on to the next city. Spend a day wandering Ueno, inside and outside, for a very floral experience.
How much: ¥1,100
More info: http://www.teien-art-museum.ne.jp/en/