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The Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, Mito

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  • Is a Museum in between near Senba Lake and kenmin Bunka Center. Too crowded, so quiet-there were people waiting for admission, if I had lined up. From the restaurant looked good Senba Lake landscape.
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  • Exhibition 1/29 held in Mito, Ibaraki. There is a big gap in the impression from the title and contents of the exhibition! Q & q is innocuous words in one of the arts, Department of research of the University of Tsukuba, plastic arts and mixed media's English translation.  See the introduction of the University, under the auspices of the University also points of the exhibition. Toshio Iwai, and Maywa Denki OBOG have been introduced, but no one has direct implications for our faculty at that time felt that said, interesting. Principle not a mentor.  However, the pieces I made, already have atmosphere of the later work. The masters did not assumed to be his or her copy. The early-panels for the teachers team of the ' 90s, was written at least four nicknames. Yamakatsu, Shino Mori, mitajan, Kawa tats. Same to me. (1/26/2017, Mito-Shi, Ibaraki Prefectural Museum Tsukuba University q General art"exhibition) * did location shooting NG
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  • There's one little Courbet landscape that is worth the price of admission in itself! Otherwise the museum has mostly Japanese work in it's permanent collection. The group show of 60s to present artist...  more »