L’exposition a lieu au Musée Panasonic de Shiodome
ICI : http://panasonic.co.jp/es/museum/en/access/
10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Admittance until 5:30 p.m.)
Adults: ¥800 Visitors aged 65 or over carrying proof of age: ¥700 Students (College): ¥600 Students (High / Middle school): ¥200 Admission is free for children in primary school and younger. Groups of 20 or more are subject to a ¥100 discount per person. Admission is free for disability passbook holders and up to one accompanying adult.
In April 1874, Paris hosted the First Impressionist Exhibition—often considered the most groundbreaking group exhibit in the history of modern art. Displayed works included Monet’s Impression, Sunrise, which simply yet boldly depicts a natural setting where the day’s first rays of light are glittering on the water’s surface. However, critics initially found the work to be lacking in detail and labeled the artists featured in the exhibition as “Impressionists,” thus unwittingly giving the group its name. A similar revolution was occurring at the time in ceramics as well, where artists employed new techniques and Japonism to create works that evoked a more modernist sensibility.
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