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100 Years of Czech Design

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100 Years of Czech Design: The 100th Anniversary of Japan — Czech Republic Relations

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About the Exhibition

This is the first comprehensive exhibition to be held in Japan of Czech design of the past one hundred or so years from Alphonse Mucha, a standard-bearer for Art Nouveau, to the present. It is composed of eight chapters of furniture, tableware, book designs, posters, etc. by major Czech designers and other articles for daily use and two chapters of toys and original pictures of animations and traces the history of Czech design through more than 220 works.

Information

Venue
Galleries 2 and 3
Period
July 31 ‒ September 22, 2020
Closed
Mondays (except for August 10, September 21)
Opening hours
9:30‒17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)
Admissions
Adults: 1200 yen
Under 20 or Students: 1050 yen
65 and over: 600 yen
High School Students: 100 yen
Junior High School Students and under 16: Free
* Tickets of the exhibition "100 Years of Czech Design" also entitle to entry "Museum Collection" on the day of purchase. * A person with disabilities and one accompanying caretaker are admitted free of charge upon presenting Disabled Person's Handbook or an equivalent government-issued identification. * "Family Communication Day" offers a discount for all group (except those 65 or over) accompanying children under 18 on the first Sunday of every month. * For more infomation, see Concessions & Free Admission.
Organized by The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama and The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.
Patronized by The Embassy of the Czech Republic and Czech Centre Tokyo
Sponsored by Lufthansa Cargo AG
Planned and Coordinated by I.D.F. Inc.
ロゴ1:チェコ国立プラハ工芸美術館 ロゴ2:チェコ共和国大使館 ロゴ3:チェコセンター東京 ロゴ4:ルフトハンザカーゴ ロゴ5:チェゼータ

 

Works

  • Jaroslav Ježek
    Royal Dux
    Set of bowls, c.1958
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Alfons Mucha
    Gismonda, 1894
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Otakar Ondráček
    Bookbinding, 1925
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Pavel Janák
    Crystal-shaped box, 1911
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Lamp, 1940s
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Maxim Velčovský
    Vase, Waterproof, 2001
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Minka Podhajská
    Hořické hračkářské družstvo
    St. Nicholas, 1908
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Ladislav Sutnar
    Sklárny Kavalier
    Tea set, 1931
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Jan Šrámek, Zbyněk Hřivnáč, Jan Bočank
    Světová literatura č. 6, 1969
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Jaroslav Ježek
    Závod Lesov
    Kettle, Coffee set, DAGMAR, 1960
    Collection of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

  • Libuše Niklová, Fatra,
    (from left to right)
    Accordion Lion, 1964, Private collection
    Accordion Cat, 1963, Private collection
    Accordion Fox, 1964, Private collection

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