Present Day and in Times Past― Multiple Perspectives
We will reopen the exhibition on Tue, 2 June.
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The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo houses approximately 5,500 artworks in its extensive collection, which spans the modern and contemporary periods with a focus on art of the postwar years. In an aim to communicate the diverse appeal of contemporary art, each installment of the “MOT Collection” exhibition serves to introduce artworks in the collection from various themes and angles in order to offer visitors with an opportunity to engage with even the same works from various perspectives. The third installment introduces approximately 180 works spanning the 1930s until recent years, centering on donated pieces from amongst the 400 or so artworks collected during the museum’s closure for renovations. The exhibition contemplates the meaning behind the collection through multiple perspectives such as past and present, museum and collector.
MOT Collection List of Works (PDF)
"o to da te" and "no zo mi" (PDF)
OKAMOTO Shinjiro, ONO Yoko, ONOSATO Toshinobu, KUSAMA Yayoi, SHINKAI Kakuo, SUEMATSU Masaki, TOYOSHIMA Yasuko, FUJITA Tsuguharu, MATSUE Taiji, mamoru, MIYAJIMA Tatsuo, MUKAI Junkichi, Brenda V. FAJARDO and more
14 March2 June– Sun. 14 June27 September, 2020
Mondays (except 4 May), 7 May
- Opening Hours
(Tickets available until 30 minutes before closing)
Adults – 500yen
University & College Students – 400yen
High School Students, Over 65 – 250yen
Free for under Junior High School Students & Temporary Exhibition tickets holders
* Children younger than elementary school age need to be accompanied by a guardian.
* Persons with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Welfare Certificate, or Atomic Bomb Survivor Welfare Certificate as well as up to two attendants are admitted free of charge.
Services that are suspended until further notice:
* Amounts in parentheses indicate the price for a group of over 20 people.
* Persons 65 or over are admitted free of charge on the third Wednesday of every month (Senior Day). Proof of age is required.
* Tokyo resident guardians accompanying children under 18 are admitted at half-price on the third Saturday of every month as well as the following day (Family Day). Identification is required.
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo,
Collection Gallery 1F / 3F
- Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government,
Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture