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Current

HAYAMA September 15, 2018 – November 25, 2018

Alvar AaltoSecond Nature

Introducing the creative world and sense of designs of Alvar Aalto (1898–1976), a leading Finnish architect of the twentieth century, this is an exhibition of Vitra Design Museum and the Alvar Aalto Museum, touring the world. More than 300 works, vintage products, and reference materials will be on display.

Image: Aalto in his atelier, 1945. © Alvar Aalto Museum, photo: Eino Mäkinen

Current

HAYAMA September 15, 2018 – November 25, 2018

From Museum CollectionBuildings in Picures

Presented here are works on the theme of architecture. We have selected seventy or so pictures, sculptures and materials in which "buildings" of all ages and countries apper, such as structures or ruines an artist came across while traveling and worlds in the artist's memories or imagination.

Image: Matsumoto Shunsuke, Building, 1935

Current

KAMAKURA ANNEX September 4, 2017 – September 30, 2019

Temporary closed for renovations

The Kamakura Annex is closed with the aim of renovating the Museum's facilities until Autumm 2019.

Coming

HAYAMA December 8, 2018 – March 24, 2019

HORIUTI MasakazuCurious Minds, Joyful Forms

A retrospective of HORIUTI Masakazu (1911-2001), a sculptor of postwar Japan. So that you can familiarize yourself more with abstract aculpture, in this exhibition, together with finished works, unpublished sketches and memos, etc. are introduced to reexamine the artist.

Image: Horiuti Masakazu, Winking MiMi-chan, 1967

Coming

HAYAMA December 8, 2018 – March 24, 2019

From Museum CollectionForms in the Modern Art

In Japanese, generally speaking, the word "modan [modern]" is used when referring to something "up-to-date" and further, "stylish." On the other hand, the word modan itself can even sound "retro," but it originally refers to "novelty." Presented here are "forms of novelty" artists of different periods in the twentieth century attempted.

Image: Kawabata Minoru, Work, 1962 (on loan)

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