Book Time in Jimbocho: An Area Guide
Once a literary haven for intellectuals and scholars, Jimbocho still honors its cultured heritage by...
After a temporary closure since February 29 as one of anti-coronavirus measures, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo is reopening in stages as a result of the lifting of the national state of emergency. Visitors are requested to take health and safety measures. Please visit the MOMAT website for details.
Scottish painter Peter Doig is known for his romantic, abstract landscapes and is considered one of the most important artists of his generation. Doig pulls inspiration from everywhere: the impactful composition and motifs of modern painters, scenes from his favorite films, advertisements and the places to which he’s traveled. This exhibition is his first solo show in Japan and covers the artist’s career from his early work to his latest offerings, inviting viewers to let their imaginations wander through his captivating paintings.
Image: Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre, 2000–02, Oil on canvas, 196 x 296 cm,The Art Institute of Chicago. Gift of Nancy Lauter McDougal and Alfred L. McDougal, 2003. 433 ©Peter Doig. All rights reserved, DACS & JASPAR 2020 C3120