Exhibitions

Past Collection Exhibitions

Szymon Goldberg & Miyoko Yamane Collection 「Goldberg and Bauhaus 」

October 10, 2019 - January 7, 2020

Along with the works of art that were owned by Szymon Goldberg (1909-1993) and subsequently donated to the museum in 2006 by his wife Miyoko, we will also be sharing various works in the collection of The Center for Music Research at Tokyo University of the Arts.

Szymon Goldberg had said that he was greatly influenced by the ideas of the Bauhaus art school, which occupies a major place in the history of art and design in the 20th century. As 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of Bauhaus, visitors will have a chance to enjoy works from Goldberg’s collection by artists who were associated with the Bauhaus movement, items that belie his intimate ties with various artists, as well as materials related to the Aspen Music Festival and school.

Details

Period October 10 (Thu),2019 - January 7 (Tue), 2020
Opening Hours 9:30 - 18:00 (Last admission is 30 minutes before closing.)
Closed

Wednesdays (Except national holidays),October 29 (Tue), December 29 (Sun), and 30 (Mon), 31 (Tue), 2019. January 1 (Wed), 2 (Thu), 2020

*Open December 25 (Wed) 2019.

Admission Adults ¥300 (¥240)
  • For groups of 20 people or more, admission fees in ( ) are applied.
  • Free admission both to collection exhibitions and special exhibitions for the following visitors. 1) Children, students (elementary, junior high or high school students, etc.) 2) Persons escorting children/students for school activities or social activities. (Submission of admission free application is necessary.) 3) Disabled people with a physical disability certificate.
  • For seniors (70 and above) and university students or younger, admission to collection exhibitions is free
  • Please note that the Museum may be closed for maintenance or an exhibition change out.
  • Opening hours and days of the Museum may be changed depending on seasons or events.
Venue 3F exhibition room 6
Organized by Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design