Lectures on the Collection 2018-19

A curator chooses one work from the museum’s collection and presents a lecture on it. The lecture begins at 2 p.m. on the days shown in the auditorium on the second floor. Maximum capacity: 180 people. (No reservation required, free admission)

First lecture

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Tina Modotti “René d’Harnoncourt, Marionette” 1929

2018.5.27(sun)

Title: The American puppet show goes on Mexico
Artwork: Tina Modotti “René d’Harnoncourt, Marionette” 1929
Lecturer: TAKEBA Joe

 

 

Second lecture

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Akasegawa Genpei “0 yen Notes and A Bottling of Exchanged Cash” 1967

2018.8.26(sun)

Title: What is the value of money?
Artwork: Akasegawa Genpei “0 yen Notes and A Bottling of Exchanged Cash” 1967
Lecturer: KASAGI Hinako

 

 

Third lecture

2018.10.28(sun)

Title: Silent human images: what do they tell us?
Artwork: Magdalena Abakanowicz “Black Standing Figure” 1988
Lecturer: INOKUCHI Satoko

Fourth lecture

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Ebihara Tomotada “Tabata Engine Shed” 1972

2019.1.27(sun)

Title: Linking connections
Artwork: Ebihara Tomotada “Tabata Engine Shed” 1972
Lecturer: TSUNODA Minako

Fifth lecture

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Amedeo Modigliani “Girl with Pigtails” c. 1918

2019.3.24(sun)

Title: Why do artists paint children?
Artwork: Amedeo Modigliani “Girl with Pigtails” c. 1918
Lecturer: FUKAYA Katsunori