Permanent Collection“Best of the Best”|
The Bridgestone Museum of Art will close for renovation in May 18 of 2015, to reopen several years later. This exhibition is the last before we close. The Ishibashi Foundation’s collection has grown from its start as the personal collection of our founder, Ishibashi Shojiro, to comprise nearly 2,500 works, of which 1,600 are managed by the Bridgestone Museum of Art in Tokyo. For our Best of the Best exhibition, we have chosen 160 works. The distinctive feature of our collection is its systematic focus on modern and contemporary Western art, particularly that of France, from the 19 century on. It begins with Impressionism, Post-Impressionist movement, Fauvism at the 20th century, followed by Cubism and Abstraction. The collection also includes Western-style paintings produced by Japanese artists, together with abstract art from the postwar period. In this exhibition, you will encounter the works that make people say, "This is what we mean by the Bridgestone Museum of Art." Don't miss this chance to experience them at least once more, until we meet again.
Permanent Collection“Best of the Best”
January 31 (Sat) - May 17 (Sun), 2015
Bridgestone Museum of Art
Opening Hours 10:00 - 18:00 Friday is 10:00-20:00
Closed on Mondays (Mondays that fall on holidays will be open)
( Entrance up to 30 minutes before closing / Please see our holiday calendar here. )
* The Bridgestone Museum of Art will close for renovation from May 18, 2015, to reopen several years later.
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