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Naive Moonlit Night, 1929, Ishibashi Museum of Art

Innocent Moonlit Night, 1929, Ishibashi Museum of Art

The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama

2208-1, Isshiki, Hayama, Kanagawa 240-0111
Tel. +81 46 875 2800

KOGA Harue: A Retrospective

18 September-23 Novemver 2010

KOGA Harue (1895-1933) was active as a Western-style painting artist from the late Taisho period to the early Showa period.
His career, which lasted only twenty or so years before he succumbed to an illuness, is traced chronologically in four chapters divided by turning points in the artist's career. While retracing the course he followed as an artist, it shall be also look back on the development of the poems he composed with focus on their relevance to his painting.
Together with the reference materials, altogether 230 works are on display.

[Special Lecture]
Painting and Poems of Koga Harue
Lecturer: Hideko Moriyama, Chief curator, Ishibashi Museum of Art
Sunday, 19 September

Surrealistic paintings of Koga Harue
Lecturer: Hayami Yutaka, Curator, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art Saturday, 6 November

HAYAMA, Auditorium (70 seets)
Japanese only
Admission free, booking by FAX is required
Please send FAX with date of lecture, your name, address, Tel/Fax number to:
FAX 046-875-2968

[Gallery Talk]
Exhibition curator will talk about the exhibition in the gallery (Japanese only)
Saturday, 2/9 October
No bookings needed, free with exhibition ticket
Meet in the gallery


Monday(except 20 September, 11 October 21 September, 24 September, 12 October, 4 November

Museum hours

9:30-17:00(the last admission at 16:30)


Adults 1100 yen (1000 yen)
Under 20 and Students 950 yen (850 yen)
65 and over 550 yen
High School Students 100 yen

  • 20 or more persons' group are reduction charge in brackets.
  • Students under junior high school age are no charge. Disabled visitors are also no charge.
  • "Family Communication Day" - reduced entry for all family members (except for 65 and over) accompanied by children under 18.