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March 14-June 7

These minimalist monochrome works by the abstract expressionist Barnett Newman have been lent to the Miho Museum by the National Gallery of Art, Washington. Though oceans apart, the two museums were both designed by the architect I.M. Pei, a connection that helped bring this exhibition to fruition.

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