Lectures on the Collection 2019-20

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

Artwork
Kisling “Portrait of Marcelle Chantal” 1935

May 19 (Sun.)

  • Title: What is Reflected in an Actress’ Pupil
  • Artwork: Kisling “Portrait of Marcelle Chantal” 1935
  • Lecturer: Nakamura Akiko

Second lecture

Artwork
Kitamura Bakushi “Horikawa Canal in the Twilight” 1928

September 29 (Sun.)

  • Title: Kitamura Bakushi: The Person and His Art
  • Artwork: Kitamura Bakushi “Horikawa Canal in the Twilight” 1928
  • Lecturer: Hozaki Hironori

Third lecture

Artwork
Nomizu Shin “Sign of a Japanese Letter “Ko” ” 1965

November 17 (Sun.)

  • Title: A Sculpture of Katakana
  • Artwork: Nomizu Shin “Sign of a Japanese Letter “Ko” ” 1965
  • Lecturer: Seike Misato

Fourth lecture

Artwork
Kito Kamejiro “Landscape” 1925

February 16 (Sun.)

  • Title: Painting with Gentleness
  • Artwork: Kito Kamejiro “Landscape” 1925
  • Lecturer: Tsunoda Minako