The Colors of Mary Blair
Mary Blair (1911-1978) produced concept art and color styling for such Disney films as "Cinderella" and "Alice in Wonderland," as well as character designs for the Disneyland ® Resorts attraction, "it's a small world" . Her sense of art and color styling, which earned the trust of Walt Disney, has found development in wide-ranging media, including picture books and package designs, and still today commands the respect of numerous professional creators. With the cooperation of Studio Ghibli, this exhibition will examine Mary Blair's life and productions through some 500 works and related materials.
|Period:||Saturday, July 18th − Monday, October 5th, 2009|
|Closed on:||Mondays,(except July 20, August 10 and 17, September 21 and 28). July 21.|
|Opening Hours:||10:00-18:00 (tickets available until 17:30)
*Open until 20:00 on September 25th & 26th, October 2nd, 3rd & 4th (tickets available until 19:30)
|Venue:||Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT)|
|Organized by:||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture / Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo / Nippon Television Network Corporation / Nippon Television Network Cultural Foundation|
|Planning support:||STUDIO GHIBLI, INC. / GHIBLI MUSEUM, MITAKA|
|Supported by:||The Yomiuri Shimbun/ Tokyo FM|
|Sponsored by:||KDDI / Bourbon|
|In Cooperated with:||Kodansha Ltd.,/ Japan Airlines/ Rakuten Travel, Inc./ EPSON|
*Advance tickets on sale from May 10th, 2009 through July 17th, 2009.
*Free admission for children under elementary school.
*One free ticket offer for a group of 20 or more.
*Free admission for the disabled and accompanied adults (ID check at entrance).
*Tickets are valid for the permanent collection.
|General information:||03-5405-8686 (Hello Dial)|