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Body/Play/Politics

In this ambitious contemporary art showcase, the Yokohama Museum of Art links our perception of the human body to history and societal expectations, while looking toward the future in anticipation of fresh artistic concepts. Covering the representation of the human body, collective actions in ...

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Salvador Dali

One of the most prominent Spanish surrealist painters of the 20th century, Salvador Dali is best known for his striking and dream-like imagery and his flamboyant mustache. More than 200 of Dali’s works have been brought together for this major show that includes “The ...

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Leiji Matsumoto and Miyako Maki

In a match made in manga heaven, two of Japan’s most popular illustrators have combined their portfolios for an upcoming exhibition that is sure to please manga, anime and art fans. Leiji Matsumoto is best known for his space operas, such as hugely popular ...

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Detroit Institute of Arts Exhibition

To mark the 55th anniversary of the sister-city affiliation between Detroit, Michigan, and Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, this exhibition brings together 52 European masterpieces from the Detroit Institute of Arts, 15 of which are being displayed in Japan for the first time. This includes post-impressionist ...

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Lithuanian-born American artist Ben Shahn is best known for his expression of radical, anti-authoritarian and individualistic ideas through works that depicted the political and social injustices of the 1930s. As a mixed-media artist, he experimented with illustration, graphic design, photography, murals and more. This ...

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Roman Wall Painting in Pompeii II

Mount Vesuvius’ most famous eruption buried the ancient Roman town of Pompeii with a thick layer of volcanic ash almost 2,000 years ago. Rediscovered in the 18th century, the murals that were preserved beneath the ash continue to capture the world’s imagination. To commemorate ...

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