Tamabi DNA - A Genealogy of Contemporary Nihonga Japanese Paintings Since 1965

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Tama Art University Museum,Tama Art University Art-Theque (Tokyo)

This distinctive style of Japanese painting is over 1,000 years-old . It offers a glimpse into Japanese history, culture and aesthetics, while continuing to evolve and adapt to the changing times. An exhibition of this style of visual art – recognised the world over – will communicate the over-arching appeal of Japanese painting.

Event Overview

Date:

3 April 2021-20 June 2021

Venue:

Tama Art University Museum,Tama Art University Art-Theque (Tokyo)

Address:

1-33-1 Ochiai, Tama-city, Tokyo, Japan

Access:

Take a bus for "Tama Art University (Tama Bijutsu Daigaku)" from bus stop No. 6 at Hashimoto Station North Exit (8 min.)

Host:

"Tamabi DNA - A Genealogy of Contemporary Nihonga, Japanese Paintings Since 1965" Executive Committee

Co-host:

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

Associate

Tama Art University Art Achieve Center:

Reservation:

No reservation required.

About COVID-19 Measures

This programme will incorporate thorough infection countermeasures. Please check the official website for details.

Accessibility

・In a case that visitors need some support to appreciate the painting works, the university provides them with support accordingly.

・Wheelchairs and strollers are permitted in the museum.

・There is a multi-purpose restroom that is also accessible to wheelchair users.  

・Several staffs patrol in the exhibition venue to ensure safety management.