Yoshida Hiroshi: Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of His Death
January 26 (Tue) – March 28 (Sun), 2021
Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950) was among the foremost landscape painters and printmakers of the 20th century. After achieving renown as a ground-breaking landscape painter, Yoshida devoted the latter half of his artistic career to woodblock print production. This exhibition will reveal the entire scope of Yoshida’s work as a print artist through some 200 print works.
Archives Exhibition 2020
Remembering the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum’s Original Building
October 6 (Tue) – December 6 (Sun), 2020
This project, operated in conjunction with Tokyo University of the Arts, is aimed at fostering an active, open art community with the Museum as a central stage. The project is led by art communicators (“Tobira”), who are given responsibility for growing a community.
Museum Start iUeno
A program linking all 9 cultural facilities in Ueno Park to support children in their "museum debut." The program provides a "flat" learning environment where adults and children learn on an equal basis. Through experiences of seeing, listening, and speaking, children come to understand the fun and excitement of visiting an art museum.