Light: Works from the Tate Collection

  • Art
  • The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT), Nogizaka
テート美術館展 光 ― ターナー、印象派から現代へ
Photo: TateJoseph Mallord William Turner, Sun Setting over a Lake, c.1840, Oil paint on canvas, 91.1 × 122.6 cm

Time Out says

This summer, The National Art Center Tokyo will be hosting an exclusive exhibition of about 120 works from the renowned Tate museum in the UK. Featured installations all relate to the theme of light and span 200 years of art history using mediums such as painting, photography, sculpture, drawing and motion picture.

Expect works from artists famous for their mastery of depicting light in natural environments, such as John Constable and Claude Monet, as well as those who work with light in a more abstract sense using modern technology. This includes contemporary visionaries like James Turrell, Olafur Eliasson and Yayoi Kusama, who will be presenting one of her iconic infinity rooms, ‘The Passing Winter’.


Event website:
The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT)
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Nogizaka Station (Chiyoda line), Roppongi Station (Oedo, Hibiya lines)

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