When: 02/07/16 - 28/08/16: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where: Setagaya Art Museum , 1-2 Kinuta Park
Mexican master Manuel Álvarez Bravo left an indelible mark on the art of photography. Bravo first emerged as a prominent figure in the late ’20s after the Mexican Revolution and during a turbulent period associated with the muralist movement and avant-garde art. From that point until the late ’90s, Bravo constantly produced photographs that extolled a unique sense of quiet and poetic sentiment.
This exhibition, the first full-scale retrospective of the artist’s work to be held in Japan, conveys the allure of Álvarez Bravo’s nearly 70-year practice through approximately 192 black-and-white prints and countless documents.
Manuel Álvarez Bravo “Mexico, Light and Time in Silence”
How much: Adults ¥1,000, seniors (over 65) ¥800, university and high school students ¥800, junior high and elementary school students ¥500
More info: http://www.setagayaartmuseum.or.jp/exhibition/exhibition_e.html
Image: “The Crouched Ones,” 1934 Colette Urbajtel / Archivo Manuel Álvarez Bravo